Now Playing: Dr. Kingston: How I used my own money to start a foundation in my home state Now Playing, “I didn’t want to live on a farm or in a monastery, and I knew that if I lived in California, I could do that,” Kingston says of his early days.
“I wanted to start an organization that could help kids in California.”
So he sold his company to his brother, who in turn sold his stock to the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
And then, Kingston and his brother moved to California, opening the Kingston Family Dental Care Clinic, in a neighborhood that has been named one of America’s best places to live by The Economist.
Now, Kingstone’s organization has seen significant growth.
He’s built clinics in every state and the District of Columbia, and has expanded to five additional states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Washington.
And Kingstone is currently working on a $10 million project to expand his clinic into New York City, with the aim of opening an even larger clinic there.
His organization’s goal is to have at least 5,000 pediatricians in the U.S. by 2025, which would be a significant achievement for a relatively new organization, and one that’s helped him become a celebrity in the pediatric dental community.
In the meantime, Kingstones vision is to grow and expand the Kingstone Family Dont Care foundation, which he founded in 2015 with his brother and sister-in-law, Dr. Robert and Dr. Joanne Kingston.
As the new director of the KingSTON Foundation, Kings goal is for the foundation to become a multidisciplinary, non-profit organization that has a global reach and will serve as an incubator for other similar pediatric dentists to start in their own states.
For Kingston, the goal is a model for other pediatric dentistry to expand their reach as well.
Kings vision is a vision of a more compassionate, connected, and engaged world that would see the dentists of tomorrow not only help children but also the adults that they serve.
And he hopes that his foundation can do that by building relationships with local governments, local schools, and other local health care providers, as well as by providing resources for people in underserved communities.
In addition to providing resources to underserved areas, King’s foundation will help local governments invest in pediatric dentist training and research.
This, King said, will also create more opportunities for children and their families to get involved in their community.
“A lot of the dentistry that’s been done in the past is being done at a very local level,” King said.
“And so what I want to do is to bring the dental community up to date on the latest advances in pediatric dental research.
I want the community to be involved in how we do it, how we can make this more sustainable, and how we are going to make sure that this remains a sustainable model for our pediatric dentistries to provide dental care.”
Kingston’s vision is for a world where the dental profession can grow with a greater focus on care, not just financial gains, and where dentists can become more engaged in their communities and help children grow and prosper.
“We have a lot of dental problems in our community,” Kingstein said.
We need dentists who are involved with community.
We have a huge population in our county, but we’re not doing a good job of reaching out and reaching out to the community.
And we have to have more people who are invested in this community.
So I want a dental industry that is more involved, a dentistry industry that has more resources.
We can’t just get money from a dentist or from a company.
We’ve got to be able to do it on a volunteer basis, through community service, and that’s a lot more sustainable.
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