Madina pursued her degree and graduated from Texas A&M University with Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene. During her time in school Madina developed an interest in natural ways to heal oral health. Madina studied the ancient herbal stick Salvadora perisca also known as Miswak and found therapeutic properties that promote a healthier mouth. Madina had published her research article through Dental Dimensions and won awards in her field for her work. She graduated as an Undergraduate Research scholar and continues to educate herself in the variety of holistic ways that support total health through the promotion of optimal oral health. Madina helps patients connect the oral-systemic relationship between their mouth and body, which can lessen their chances of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, and etc. Madina educates patients on natural ways to eliminate oral cavity bacteria and manage the oral health, enabling patients to enjoy better overall wellness at the same time.
Madina is fluent in English and Spanish and is on her journey to learning the Russian and Uzbek language. Madina is an active member of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA), continues to participate in continuing education courses and is pursuing her master’s degree.
When Madina is not in the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband and her loved ones. Madina enjoys preparing ethnic dishes from around the globe- from Asia to the Middle East to Northern Europe to South America experiencing the diversity of flavors and cooking techniques.