Meet Your Mansfield Dentist
Meet Dr. Nicole Grant
Dr. Nicole Grant is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. She has received over 150 hours of clinical training in the realm of sleep dentistry. It is estimated that up to 90% of sleep apnea cases are undiagnosed, which is why Dr. Grant is so passionate about screening, diagnosing and treating patients with sleep breathing disorders.
Education & Background
After completing her undergraduate degree at Chapman University, Dr. Grant pursued her dental doctorate at the UNLV School of Dental Medicine. She graduated Cum Laude and was awarded membership in the national honor dental society, Omicron Kappa Upsilon. Today, ongoing education continues to be a big priority in her life. She has undergone 400+ hours of continuing education in various aspects of clinical dentistry. Her certifications include Invisalign, Bioclear, and oral sedation.
Why Did You Decide to Become a Dentist?
Dr. Grant always knew she wanted to be a “doctor.” At a young age, the word “doctor” just meant helping people. As she got older she realized there are many different types of doctors and started to explore different fields. Dr. Grant’s parents helped guide her in the right direction and had her speak with family members who were physicians and dentists. She realized that dentists could form long-lasting relationships with their patients and own their own practices. She decided right then and there that she was interested in becoming a dentist – and from that day on, she never wavered from that path!
Life at Home
Dr. Grant and her husband, Eddie, were married in February of 2021. They have two corgis, named Fitz and Jax. In her spare time, she really enjoys cooking and hosting dinner parties for friends and family. Dr. Grant and Eddie cook a variety of things from traditional Filipino food to sous vide steaks and more! Dr. Grant travels and loves to try new restaurants. She is an avid Yelp! Reviewer and has been a member of the Yelp Elite group since 2019. Dr. Grant is a Captain in the US Army Reserves, she joined as a dental officer in 2016, and is proudly serving our country.