Christine Van Groesbeck, DMD
Dr. Christine Van Groesbeck attended Florida State University and Florida Gulf Coast University for her undergrad degree in Biology. Upon completing her Bachelors, she worked as a lab researcher on mineral transport systems at the University of Central Florida while pursuing a Masters in Biotechnology. She then continued her education at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ, where she earned a Doctor of Medical Dentistry degree.
Since living in St. Petersburg, Dr. Van Groesbeck built a partnership with the Free Clinic of St. Pete in 2015 as a volunteer dentist and continues her work currently one day a week, as she is committed to making a positive difference in the local community. She lives locally with her husband, Tim, and their two dogs Shadow and Mookie Betts. She also maintains a local chicken egg co-op for her friends and neighbors by raising and tending to her flock. She works hard to make time for traveling to family back in New England. Her interests include family, volunteerism, travel and anything animal related.
Dr. Van Groesbeck maintains membership or continuing education through The International Academy of Biological Dentistry & Medicine, International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, American Dental Association, Florida Dental Association and West Coast Dental Association, which further allows her to sharpen her skillset to provide high quality, comprehensive care and focus on patient education. She strives to stay informed on new techniques to provide comfortable care and the best functional, aesthetic result possible.