Passionate About Educating Others
Dr. Christie Hogue founded Mouth Mirrors LLC, an educational platform focused on delivering compassionate, competent and comprehensive oral healthcare for our most vulnerable populations.
Dr. Christie Hogue is a dentist, author, researcher and host of the educational podcast Aging Pearls.
She founded Mouth Mirrors LLC, an educational platform focused on delivering compassionate, competent and comprehensive oral healthcare for our most vulnerable populations. Through Mouth Mirrors LLC, she and the Mouth Mirrors team of experts, provide education and consulting to bridge the gap between different knowledge bases which assist in treating the “whole” patient and not just their physical (medical), psycho-social, and oral (dental) needs.
Dr. Hogue is a sought after speaker, author and educator, best known for designing training curriculums for Medical Residents, Geriatric and Hospice/Palliative Care Fellows at some of the nations top academic medical institutions. She recently received the designation of American Geriatrics Society (AGS) Fellow.
As a Dental Geriatrician, she has developed a unique perspective of the correlation between oral and systemic health. After completing an Advanced Fellowship in Geriatrics, Dr. Hogue has become one of a few geriatric-trained hospital dentists around the country. With more than a decade of service, she has distinguished herself among her colleagues and established a national reputation as an expert in her field.
She has served as a practicing dental clinician, researcher, and educator. As a researcher, she has strived to enhance and develop innovative interactive models of care to empower patients and/or caregivers to participate in their healthcare through knowledge and behavior modifications for an improved quality of life.
As a clinician, she has provided dental care for adult persons who may be medically compromised with one or more chronic, debilitating, physical or mental illnesses with associated medications and psychosocial issues. As a dental geriatrician she is competent in treating the needs of functionally independent adults, frail elderly, and functionally dependent elderly.
Dr. Hogue also has experience in rendering services to community-dwelling homebound older adults as well as residents of long-term care facilities. The correlation between oral and systemic health is prevalent. There is a need for increased awareness as well as a collaborative approach to treatment and overall safety of patients.
Dr. Hogue has held faculty appointments at the University of Miami, University of Florida College of Dentistry and Emory University School of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology. She holds advanced degrees from Tennessee State University and Howard University College of Dentistry.