Angie Stone, RDH, BS, Author
Angie authored and had her first article published in RDH Magazine in April of 2005. Admittedly, the thought of writing an article had never crossed her mind. Her mentor, Shirley Gutkowski, RDH, BSDH, encouraged her to write. Not knowing what to write or where to start, she wrote that first article about an event that changed her life. That event was RDH Under One Roof in Norfolk, VA in the summer of 2004.
Angie has gone on to have numerous articles published in a variety of venues including dental and dental hygiene, medical and health food publications. She was also the Editor in Chief of Hygiene Tribune for three years.
Her original research concerning xylitol and elders was published in the peer reviewed medical journal Integrative Medicine Clinicians Journal. This was a huge undertaking and she gained a lot of experience regarding the peer review process.
Shortly after the publishing of her research, she authored a chapter in the anthology, Dare to be a Difference Maker, where she told her story of how she came to enjoy serving the elder population and how this path has changed her life and the lives of those she serves.
In March of 2015, Angie launched her own book entitled, Dying From Dirty Teeth, which is a culmination of 13 years of work, experiences and dedication to serving the elder community and how she is saving this population from dying from dirty teeth.
Angie is still amazed at how her writing career has unfolded. She never thought she would write an article, let alone research or an entire book. Angie is proof that one never knows where a path is going to lead and is a true believer that forces greater than ourselves guide us on our path, if we allow it.
Angie’s articles can be found by googling Angie Stone RDH. Her books are available for purchase here.