Dr. Téemar Carey is a board-certified diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Carey earned a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Louisiana State University in 2007, and then went on to serve as a high school teacher in her home country, The Bahamas, for four years before pursuing her career in dentistry. Some of her academic interests are interprofessional education and game-based learning in medical/dental education, while her clinical interests include contemporary operative caries management and expanding care to vulnerable child populations. Dr. Carey is a graduate of The Island School Semester in Spring 2002 and is currently a Pediatric Dentist in Nassau, The Bahamas. She has a diverse array of experiences that revolve around two themes, education and child welfare. She has served in both childhood and adult education, at the junior high school, senior high school, graduate, and post-doctoral medical and dental education levels, for over a decade. While her clinical specialty is pediatric dentistry, she advocates to ensure the well-being of the whole child.