Dr. Rashti, mother of three children, recalls how her parents paid smugglers to get the family across the border so she could live the American Dream. Achieving the American Dream means reaching your personal success in society. Rather than letting those around you define your goals, create your own. Everyone’s story is unique, so it’s okay to be different.
As the youngest of my siblings, I grew up watching my older brothers and sisters achieve the kind of education my parents sought. Each of them eventually became a doctor so I guess it was inevitable that I, too, would follow them into the field.
Think for yourself.
Achieving the American Dream means reaching your personal success in society. Rather than letting those around you define your goals, create your own. Everyone’s story is unique, so it’s okay to be different.
The US is much more tolerant and open-minded towards those of different religions, races, genders, sexualities and beliefs. If we can continue to recognize that we are all different and celebrate diversity, we will continue to remain the greatest country in the world.
For the first time in history, young children and adults and able to witness a female rise to one of the highest offices in the land. I thought this would never happen in my lifetime and it makes me even prouder to be an American.
Fast forward to today, I run a successful periodontal and full-mouth reconstruction practice in Beverly Hills, California. I take pride in helping my patients regain their health and confidence. I am blessed to make my patients smile again. They often tell me I make the impossible possible again.
Read the remarkable story of Dr. Rashti via Authority Magazine, interviewed by Vicky Colas.