Much like their hair or eyes, a person’s teeth are also a significant part of their personality that provides them with the confidence they need to get through life and achieve their goals. But due to aspects like hygiene, accidents, and lifestyle, a person’s teeth can become disfigured or discolored.
Dr. Desiree Yazdan had her fair share of people who wanted to fix their smiles. As a cosmetic dentist, she spends most of her days reconstructing people’s smiles and, ultimately, transforming their lives.
Her career allows her to help more people the way she wants to. Her penchant for making people feel better about themselves also led her to start down another career path where she also empowers women to feel better about themselves and create more profitable businesses as doctors.
More Than A Smile
Although Desiree works for a few hours in her dental practice during the day for a few days a week, she spends her evenings coaching women, especially female doctors who want to learn how to make more money while working less.
“I enjoy employing others and creating jobs in the world. I have a burning desire to help people, and I have the skills and talents to be able to help them,” Desiree said, proving that she’s on a persistent mission to help people change their lives for the better.
Presently, the cosmetic dentist and women’s business coach has worked with thousands of clients.
The smiles that she gives her clients are from the boosts in confidence knowing they can approach the world with a new perspective and, sometimes, a better-looking set of teeth.
Showing What A Woman Can Do
Besides being a cosmetic dentist and women’s business coach, Desiree is also a mother of two daughters who she adores and always makes time for.
Despite taking on a lot of responsibility, she doesn’t feel that one role is taking away her time for the other. Instead, she feels encouraged to show the world what she can do while inspiring other women to follow in her footsteps.
“I think it’s incredible to be a woman in a male-dominant field, who is also a mother, working part-time, but having a multi seven-figure business that works at the level I do and provides top quality service to the patients that I see,” she said. “Women are always seen as the underdogs. I was told for years that I had to choose between being a mom and being a business owner and that’s not true. I can have both and excel at both. And I’ve proven that to be true.”