Meet Dr. Buehler

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Christin R. Buehler, DDS

Dr. Christin Raimondo Buehler has found her calling as a leading dentist in New Holland.  She’s been a treasured member of the White Family Dental team for six years.

Like many of us, her career began on a path that led in an unexpected direction; but looking back now, it makes perfect sense. Dr. Christin grew up in Latrobe, PA as the daughter of a nurse, with an uncle who’s a dentist and so, she’s been raised with an inherent desire to care for others.

Her education began at Davidson College, where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelors in Biology and a concentration in medical ethics. After graduation, her work in cancer research at Charlotte’s Carolinas Medical Center led to a move to Chapel Hill, NC. Over the next four years, she worked on a clinical trials team focused on treating breast cancer patients at Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina.Emblem for Davidson College, from which Dr. Buehler graduated cum laude with a bachelors in Biology and concentration in medical ethics

While five years as a cancer researcher was highly rewarding, Dr. Christin felt that so much work in the lab was lonely. She longed for the personal connection to patients in a way that challenged her scientific mind. Dr. Buehler saw that dentistry is a science that’s finding exciting revelations in its connection to our overall health and quality of life. She could employ those advanced scientific discoveries every day to help others. Today’s dentistry was the perfect way for her to combine her love of biology with a desire to care directly for people. And so, she enrolled in the West Virginia University School of Dentistry. She was an active member of the American Student Dental Association and the Delta Sigma Delta Dental Fraternity.

Christin received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from WVU in 2011 and received honors from the American Academy of Laser Dentistry. She was also the recipient of the prestigious 2011 Eleanor J. Bushee Senior Student Award for academic excellence and outstanding leadership.

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A Dentist with a Personal Touch

Image of Dr Kristin Buehler of White Family Dental in New Holland enjoying both the scientific aspect and the patient interaction of her workDr. Buehler loves the daily connections that she makes with her patients while solving the problems that her patients experience. Whether it’s relieving the fears of a child or helping an elderly patient with trouble falling and staying asleep; there’s a lot of satisfaction in seeing the smiles of her patients everyday.

 

“I put my patients first.”

 

 

She’s a member of the American Dental Association, the American Association of Women Dentists, the Academy of General Dentistry and the Pennsylvania Dental Association.

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New Holland’s Caring Family Dentist

Dr. Buehler is a proud mom of two boys and a loving wife to David, a Professor of Economics at Penn State Harrisburg. Although she grew up in Latrobe and lived in North Carolina; Lancaster County is where she calls home. When she’s not brightening smiles for patients, she’s inspiring them with her love of cooking and time with her family and three dogs.

Image of Dr Kristin Buehler of White Family Dental in New Holland carefully treating a patientBiology, Cancer Research, Medical Ethics, honors in Dentistry and Leadership; and an inherent desire to care for others. What more could you want in a dentist at home in New Holland?

When you come to Dr. Buehler for care, you’ll leave with a new friend who’s dedicated to knowing your concerns and treating you with the very best care available.

Dr. Buehler is the dentist of choice for patients of all ages from Ephrata, Leacock, Leola and Bareville including the townships of  Earl, East Earl, West Earl,  and Salisbury.

 

Dr. Christin Buehler will sit down with you and provide a thoughtful analysis of your dental needs then recommend options focused on your overall health, well being and concerns. Personally appropriate care means giving you all of the options available to you and then letting you make an informed choice that’s best for you.

If  you’d like the very best dental care in the New Holland area, call today.

 


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S K

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 days ago

I had a great experience until I told my dentist that I have a chronic pain condition and that I take pain pills. I'd had several serious issues with my teeth and read research showing a link between my condition and tooth decay.
I went there one more time for, I think, the third root canal I'd had in just a month or two. It took two hours and typically they try not to do more than an hour at a time. At the end, he told me he wouldn't be giving me pain meds. Every other time, they had. When he stepped out of the room, the dental assistant looked at me horrified and told me that I needed to tell him to give me some and she was completely shocked that he wasn't going to give me any after a two hour root canal. But he refused and said call if I really need them.
I was talking Tramadol for my Endometriosis, but it is not strong enough to deal with tooth pain. At that time, it had been nearly two years since I'd actually gone out to have fun as I'd been bedridden from my pain. It just so happened the day after my procedure, my husband and I had bought comedy show tickets and I desperately wanted to go. So I called and asked for a few pain pills because my tooth really started hurting the next morning. They agreed.
However, when I picked them up, the receptionist informed me that, "this is not a pharmacy" and they will no longer give me pain meds regardless of what procedure they perform. I was mortified as the whole waiting room listened... I just walked out and cried in my car. I'd never experienced that level of discrimination before.
A few days later I got a phone call from them. Suddenly, my pre-arranged monthly payments were no longer sufficient and I had to pay my balance in full before I could return. I'd just had Step 1 of the 2 Step crown procedure and asked if I could please just come in for that last appointment since I had just paid to do the first part. Nope, the second step wasn't immediately necessary so I could wait until my balance was paid.
I know this is a long review, but I'm hoping others who struggle with chronic pain will read this and know to go elsewhere. Hopefully others will feel the same way too. Discrimination of any type is not acceptable, especially in the medical /dental community. I was taking Tramadol, which is a step or two above Aleve- not near strong enough to help with tooth pain. I wish they would have gotten to know me first. They would likely be surprised to know I have my Masters in psychology, refused pain meds for the first three years of my chronic pain, and only wanted 5 pills max, just enough for a day or two and so I could go on a date with my husband for the first time in two years. Also, I really don't think anyone would pay for and go through a root canal for five vicodin or percocet. I've actually worked with addicts before I got ill and to be honest, feigning a need for a root canal would be counterproductive to the addict's need for the "no feeling" high. I'm so disappointed in them, as a person, patient, and therapist.
*I'm pretty sure Dr. White told the billing lady to call me and tell me that my payments were no longer acceptable. I believe he has been fully aware of what happened.
I am not contacting "you". This review was provided to help other people with illnesses or disabilities make an informed decision. No one with an incurable disease should have to face such immature and unethical behavior when seeking care.

No record? Wow... I didn't think you guys would stoop so low as to blatantly lie. And I'm pretty sure I'm not going to confuse the only dentist I've been to since I've lived in the state of PA.

Dyanne Wagner
Dyanne Wagner

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Nice, people, Dr White very nice dr. I received
A call, saying after he n another dr discussed,
I was not a GOOD fit! To get a tooth pulled?
No explanation, except, my health history.
I was not encouraged, to say the least.
People, it is your decision, whether or not to
Pull ur tooth. Sometimes it does come down to money, $3,000 may glibly fly from some folk's repertoire, but for us not able to get able dental insurance, with our health plans,
Its a tossup. D.W.

Smiles n happy, peppy people, yes by all means , DO contribute to a positive dental
experience! I couldn't agree more. :)
Honestly, folks, I so wish those lovely qualities
could translate into cash. But reality, being
What it is, prevented my first plan , to save my tooth, then crown it. I just could not bear to
see my retired husband have to work so hard,
to pay for it. With a broken knee, I also have Post Concussive Syndrome, he takes care of me so well.The rest I still have no knowledge
of . Things are not always what they seem. :)

As matters turned out, he had been fed the
Wrong conclusion, by the first dentist's
Assistant. I straightened it out with the correct facts. We are ,^^^"friends" again. D.W.

Lindsey Wostmann
Lindsey Wostmann

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

They have the most amazing and patient people working at the office. The work with any fear or worry you have. I will never go any where else... they are wonderful! Thank ya'll SO much!!!!

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