Dr. Olson is a past President of the Capital Area Dental Society, and was the first woman elected to this position. She represented Texas as Trustee to the American Association of Women Dentists, and was the first President of the Texas Association of Women Dentists.
She was awarded the “Young Dentist of the Year” award by the Capital Area Dental Society, demonstrating her early commitment to the profession of Dentistry, and was named “Volunteer of the Quarter” by the Capital Area Dental Foundation. Dr. Olson received a Fellowship from the International College of Dentists, awarded to dental professionals who have shown outstanding commitment to their profession.
Dr. Olson has been a leader and member of various professional organizations including the The American Dental Association, American Association of Women Dentists, Texas Dental Association, Texas Association of Women Dentists, Capital Area Dental Society, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation, the International College of Dentists, the Capital Area Dental Foundation, and the Impact Austin Seattle Study Club. She served the Texas Dental Association in many positions, including Chair of the Peer Review Council.
Dr. Olson is regularly featured in Texas Monthly Magazine as a “Super Doc” and was recently recognized as a “Woman to Watch” by the Austin Woman’s Magazine.
Dr. Olson is an enthusiastic Austinite and is involved with the YMCA of Austin - Camp Moody, and the Storybook Project of Texas. She serves as an Ambassador for Catholic Charities of Central Texas. Dr. Olson is a certified Master Gardener in Travis County, a soloist and cantor with St. Theresa Catholic Church, and a member of the St. Edward’s University Masterwork’s Choir. She is a passionate traveler and enjoys gardening, cycling, yoga, and pilates when at home in Austin.
|Date||Category||Faculty Member||Webinar Title|
|09.30.20||Cosmetic Dentistry||AnnMarie Olson||The Heart of Cosmetic Dentistry|
The Heart of Cosmetic Dentistry
In this post Covid-19 world, as we move out of our PJs and back into our office, what important lessons did you learn about time, family, and what really matters? Are the reasons you came back to work consistent with the purpose and mission of your practice?
Patients are ready to pursue the things that bring them the biggest joy – and they might be in your office. When you think about Cosmetic Dentistry in your practice, what stands out in your mind as the biggest “Joy?” Is it the financial compensation for the practice, the excitement of delivering beautiful restorations or the deep satisfaction that you changed someone’s entire life – doing something you love?
Join us as Dr. AnnMarie Olson looks at “The Heart of Cosmetic Dentistry” including:
Renew your purpose and mission to improve your patient’s smile – and their total health.