Dr. Grace completed her undergraduate studies at Boston University Sargent College of Health Sciences with a degree in human physiology. She graduated cum laude from the Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. Growing up around dentistry piqued Dr. Grace’s interest in the field, but she didn’t discover her true passion until she began dental school: working with pediatric patients. She went on to pursue a specialty training at Boston University making her a triple Terrier student. While a resident, she was actively involved in community outreach, mission trips, and research. Her research involved developing methods of teaching dental students about culture, language barriers, and oral health literacy. Dr. Grace is the proud recipient of the American Association of Women Dentists: Women in Dentistry Award. She is also a patient advocate, advocating on behalf of patients with lawmakers for improved patient rights and experiences in the dental clinic. She is a member of the American Association of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, the Massachusetts Dental Society, and American Association of Women Dentists.
The best part of her job is seeing patients on a regular basis and seeing their improved oral health from dental cleaning to dental cleaning. When Dr. Grace has free time, she loves to go hiking, kickboxing, and attempting DIY crafts.