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The Right Practice

Dr. Natalie Stewart of Mason Elite Dentistry to continue the technology-driven legacy of Dr. Davis’ longtime Mason practice.

Deerfield Township resident and Mason business owner, Dr. Natalie Stewart, decided as a young adult that dentistry was the right fit for her. 

“It combined my love of art, caring for people and science,” Natalie explains. “Dentistry allows me to serve others and I’m forever grateful to be in this profession.”

Following her graduation from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in 2015, Natalie moved to the area to join her husband, AJ, a lifelong Mason resident who she met through mutual friends during college. 

While employed at Afinia Dental, Natalie felt prepared to take on dental practice ownership, but wasn't sure she would find the right practice. 

“A few months after returning to work from maternity leave I was approached about purchasing Dr. Gregory Davis' office,” Natalie tells us. “I was impressed by the amazing practice Dr. Davis built for 38 years and felt fortunate for the opportunity to step in as he transitions to retirement.”

As the new owner of Mason Elite Dentistry, her key specialities include same-day restorative dentistry and sedation dentistry. Mason Elite Dentistry also provides services with some of the most cutting edge technology available. 

“We utilize 3D radiographs as well as CAD/CAM technology to fabricate beautiful crowns the same day,” Natalie says.

Natalie stresses the importance of dental health for the overall health of the body. 

“Teeth and gums are connected to the whole mouth via blood vessels,” Natalie explains. “If you have an abscess, gum inflammation or infection, then bacteria is circulating everywhere.”  

As for any patients who are hesitant to visit the dentist during a pandemic, Natalie offers a confident assurance: “Our office has air purifiers in each operation room that fully clean the air every 30 minutes in the event of aerosolized bacteria.” 

In addition to these precautions, the staff of Mason Elite Dentistry also recommend that patients wear masks while in the office unless actively having teeth cleaned or worked on.  

“Rest assured, everyone in our office exercises all precautions possible,” Natalie affirms.

“Dentistry allows me to serve others and I’m forever grateful to be in this profession.” —Dr. Natalie Stewart