Meet Our Team
Our caring, dental professionals and office staff share one motto: to provide the most comfortable, stress-free, and rewarding dental experience each time you visit our office. With more than 40 years of experience, we’ve had plenty of time to hone our skills to ensure that every aspect of your dental visit is as pleasant as possible. We tailor our top-notch care to each patient’s individual needs with your comfort and desired results being our top priorities. We work tirelessly to see a beautiful, healthy smile on your face.
Our office staff is your first introduction to our practice. Because of this, they have all been trained to give you the attention you need to make every visit to our office the best it can be. They work really hard to create an incredibly friendly and inviting atmosphere. We like to say they go the extra mile to get you to smile.
Our dental hygienists are all licensed healthcare professionals skilled at providing preventative, educational, and therapeutic dental health services. Their focus is on preventing and treating dental diseases by providing thorough oral care for life-long dental health.
An appointment with your dental hygienist is so much more than just a simple ‘’teeth cleaning.’’ Your dental hygienist plays a big role in many aspects of your overall dental health and even general health. At first, a close examination of your health history is taken in order to determine what medical problems you may have. These can be medications, allergies, and past surgeries amongst others. The reason for this is that there are several links between general health and dental health that one may not be aware of. Your dental hygienist will help guide you through all steps you need to take in maintaining your dental hygiene.
Team tēm: A group of people with a strong sense of mutual commitment who function synergistically using a full set of complementary skills in order to accomplish a task, complete a job, or realize a goal.
Dentistry remains a team-based profession. Practitioners, regardless of their specialty, cannot practice alone. A skilled, multitasking dental assistant is a necessity in order to meet the needs of patients and the practice. Dental assistants, are an integral part of the dental team, sharing in the responsibility for the delivery of quality oral health-care to all. Today, dental assistants are doing more than just comforting patients, suctioning mouths, setting-up/tearing down treatment areas, and performing infection control services. Dental assistants with advanced training are performing many of the complex tasks that would otherwise prevent the dentist from seeing other patients.