Virtudent appointments are comprehensive exams conducted by amazing registered dental hygienists in company offices with our state-of-the-art onsite clinic. We comply with all FDA, OSHA, and HIPAA requirements, as well as the ADA requirements of each state. Learn More »
We use top of the line equipment and our clinical team are full-time employees so we along with our clinical board can ensure proper training and execution of onsite teledental appointments..
Many patients aren’t keeping up with their preventive care due to inconvenience. We come to them, during office hours, so they can complete their preventive exam in less than an hour.
In addition to serving patients at company offices, we partner with the Boys & Girls Club to bring free care to children in need. We provide free preventive dental care, fluoride, and education and work to ensure they receive any necessary follow up care.
One of my patients had a Virtudent visit, now what?
Our clinical team focuses 100% on preventive care. If one of your patients opted for a Virtudent visit and needs follow up care, we will provide X-rays, notes, and intraoral photos to get you started with the patient’s follow up care. Should you have any questions you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be a Virtudent Preferred Provider?
Because Virtudent only does preventive dental care, we rely on our strong team of preferred partners to send our patients when they need follow-up care. All our Virtudent Preferred Partners have been thoroughly vetted to ensure they align on our mission for prevention-focused treatment.
How to become a Virtudent Preferred Provider
If you’re interested in becoming a Virtudent Preferred Provider, please contact us at email@example.com. We are constantly growing and looking to work with the best dental practices in the country!
Meet Our Clinical Team
Advisory Board Bio's
Renewed interest in improving access to oral health care for those most vulnerable brought Dr. Nehring a leadership role as MCHB’s Chief Dental Officer to share public health perspective, knowledge of Federal programs and an ability to collaborate with Federal, State, and non-governmental partners. Innovative oral health grant programs were authored and expert workgroups were convened to address the need for earliest prevention interventions in keeping with the concept of dental home, integration of systems of care and the development of inter-professional, patient-centered care models to the benefit of women and children. He continues to bring broad leadership and program management experiences to national agendas as an expert consultant, participating in policy development workshops and panels considering promising interventions for earliest disease prevention practices, inter-professional collaboration and evaluation of innovative programs.
Dr. Nehring received his professional degree in dentistry from Boston University. He also possesses a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Maine, a Master of Public Health degree from Johns Hopkins, and residency training in Dental Public Health. As a Department Chair at Tufts, Dr. Nehring works with Tufts University leadership to strengthen community-based dental education and public health experiences for its diverse pre-doctoral and postdoctoral student body. Under Tufts University’s strategic planning initiative, major focus within the Department includes curriculum revisions to integrate community service learning and inter-professional education, develop a formalized approach to global outreach, and coordinate faculty and student volunteer community-based activities as part of the unified embodiment of Tufts University’s philosophy of success.
Dental Public Health Residency, Two-year (part time) accredited program, Office of the Chief Dental Officer, USPHS, 1994
Master of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 1992
Doctor of Dental Medicine, Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Boston University, 1981
Master of Education, University of Maine, Orono, 1976
Bachelor of Arts, University of Maine, Orono, 1975
Chair and Delta Dental of Massachusetts Professor, Department of Public Health and Community Service, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Acting Chief Dental Officer, HRSA, Rockville, MD
Chief Dental Officer, MCHB Oral Health Program, Rockville, MD
Associate Chief Dental Officer, MCHB Oral Health Programs and Team Member of HRSA’s Oral Health Initiative, Rockville, MD
Director, Emergency Medical Services for Children, MCHB, HRSA, Rockville, MD
Director, Traumatic Brain Injury Demonstration Grant Program, MCHB, HRSA, Rockville, MD
Associate Director, Emergency Medical Services for Children, MCHB, HRSA, Rockville, MD
Dental Public Health Resident/Advisor to the Chief Dental Officer, Office of the Chief Dental Officer, USPHS, Rockville, Maryland
Section Chief, Officer Development Branch, DCP, OSG, Rockville, Maryland
Senior Staffing Officer, Officer Development Branch, DCP, OSG, Rockville, Maryland
Selected Honors and Awards:
Distinguished Alumni Award, Boston University, 2011
Unit Commendation, PHS Commissioned Corps Award, 2010, 2006, 2004, 1992, 1988
Administrator’s Citation for Outstanding Group Performance, 2010, 2004, 2001
Crisis Response Service Ribbon, PHS Commissioned Corps Award, 2009, 2006
Outstanding Unit Commendation, PHS Commissioned Corps Award, 2007, 2001
Hershel S. Horowitz Oral Health Research and Policy Award, 2006
PHS Citation, PHS Commissioned Corps Award, 2002
Chief Dental Officer's Exemplary Service Award, 2001, 1994
EMSC Special Recognition Award, 1999
Ernest Eugene Buell Award recognizing junior dental officer achievement, 1990
American Dental Association, Member
American Association of Public Health Dentistry, Member
House of Delegates, Alternate Delegate, San Francisco, CA
Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies, Representative, Oral Health Subcommittee
Her career in public health began over 35 years ago establishing community-based dental programs for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
She is course director for Oral Health Promotion, Epidemiology, School-Based Pediatric Clinic Rotation and co-teaches the elective Health Literacy Intensive course at TUSDM.
Professor Dolan mentors students who are interested in special care dentistry, community-based dental programs and health literacy.
Tisch Faculty Fellow, Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Tufts University, 2012-2013
CELT Faculty Fellow, Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, Tufts University, 2011-2012
Masters in Education, University of Massachusetts, Boston, 1987-1990
Bachelor of Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1977-1979
Certificate in Dental Hygiene, Forsyth School for Dental Hygiene, Boston, 1975-1977
Course Director, Epidemiology, Departments of Public Health and Community Service and Pediatric Dentistry, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Co-Teacher, Health Literacy Intensive Elective Course, Department of Public Health and Community Service, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Course Director, Pediatric Dentistry-Josiah Quincy School Rotation, Departments of Public Health and Community Service and Pediatric Dentistry, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Faculty, Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Tufts University
Adjunct Faculty, Clinical Instructor, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Forsyth School for Dental Hygiene
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Public Health and Community Service, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Director, Tufts Community Dental Program, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Statewide Program Coordinator Office of Oral Health, Special Needs Dental Program Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Dept. of Public Health
Program Manager/Dental Hygienist, Preventive Dental Program for Individuals with Developmentally Disabilities City of Boston, Bureau of Community Dental Programs
Community Dental Hygienist, Campaign of Concern–Boston Area, National Foundation for the Handicapped
Selected Honors and Awards:
Excellence in Community Oral Health Award, The Better Oral Health for Massachusetts Coalition, 2011
Book Award Recipient for Academic Excellence, University of Massachusetts, Boston, 1990
Sigma Phi Honor Society for Dental Hygienists, Forsyth School for Dental Hygiene, Boston, 1977
2008-Present: Better Oral Health in Massachusetts Coalition
2006-Present: American Association of Public Health Dentistry
2005-Present: Massachusetts Coalition of Oral Health
2001-Present: Health Care For All, Massachusetts
1998-Present: Delta Kappa Gamma Honor Society for Woman Educators
1977-Present: Sigma Phi Alpha Honor Society
1977-Present: American Dental Association