Dr. Katie Hadden Jackson opened Northland Dental Studio in 2012, envisioning a practice centered on top dental care in a compassionate environment.
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Living your best life: Dr. Katie Hadden Jackson strives to create this for herself and others. After a devastating cancer diagnosis changed the trajectory of her life, gratitude and perspective serve to motivate this dentist, small-business owner, wife, cancer survivor, amputee and equestrian. Jackson opened Northland Dental Studio in 2012, envisioning a practice centered on top dental care in a compassionate environment. She believes in taking time with each patient, providing the best support for long-term dental and overall health. Northland Dental Studio continues to thrive, with Drs. Angelica Holt and Mary Kate Peters serving patients with skill and gentle touch. Providing a unique job-share dynamic is one way Jackson helps her team create their best lives. Equestrian sport is Jackson’s other passion. Now living with a permanent disability, she competes in para-equestrian dressage. Seeing much success, she represented the U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Team as first alternative for the 2018 World Championships. With the goal of becoming a Paralympian, Jackson’s sights are set on the 2020 Summer Paralympics in Tokyo.