Stacey Rogers

  • North Kingstown, Rhode Island



Name of Practice:

Seacoast Family Dental; North Providence Dental Associates


DMD, University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine

Why She Was Nominated:

Dr. Rogers is the clinical director of a dentist-owned group practice, Plum Dental. She set up all its clinical protocols, is responsible for chart audits, handles recruiting, organizes its continuing-education program and serves as the primary mentor of many of the group’s younger dentists. She also recently completed an advanced course in sleep dentistry.

Tool She Can’t Live Without:

“I appreciate the simpler things in life: The flame-shaped finishing bur and composite polishing discs make me happy.”

Exciting New Trend:

“Sleep dentistry is coming into its own. It affords dentists the opportunity to change and save lives in a way in which we’re not typically accustomed. It also allows us the opportunity to work with our medical colleagues in a more meaningful manner.”

Sage Advice:

“Walk before you run. You don’t have to be a master of all facets of dentistry right out of the gate—or ever, for that matter. Do what you do well, and don’t be scared to show patients your confidence and pride in your work.”

Impact of the Pandemic:

“We’ve felt the effects in every facet of the business. What stand out most are the immense challenges our team members have endured—personal medical problems, children who are home and require care and supervision, elderly and compromised family members, financial burdens. In light of those challenges, it’s remarkable to see the strength of so many folks in the face of a challenge. The efforts of our team and the gratitude our patients have shown upon our return have been truly heartwarming.”


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