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Denise has been with our office for 20 years, and is our treatment coordinator. She is familiar with all aspects of the dental industry. She loves working with patients to give them smile they want- from implants, veneers, Invisalign orthodontics, and everything in between. Denise has a son at St. Ignatius and volunteers at St. Mel parish.
Molly’s expertise at dental insurance will ensure you maximize your dental benefits. She is thorough and efficient and enjoys multi tasking. Molly grew up in the West Park area and keeps us up to date on the West Park Irish news!. She has 3 children and enjoys volleyball, basketball and running.
Lori has been in the dental field since when she started here at West Park Dental in 2000. She has gone on to further her education by becoming a certified dental assistant. She also completed her EFDA training at Case Western Reserve Dental School in 2015. She can assist the Drs. with fillings and is meticulous in her work. She is very busy outside of work with her 4 children. Lori is also a dental assistant instructor at Polaris.
Shayla has an outgoing, engaging personality. She handles all our implant implementation. She loves the implant advancements that allows our patients to close spaces or have great fitting partials or dentures with implant placement.
Molly is our newest assistant. She comes to us with years of dental experience. Molly likes to vacation with her large family of 27 cousins! She attended SJA, likes to run and cook. Be sure to ask for her homemade Chicken Parmigiana recipe! Molly loves to work with patients who have some dental fear. She definitely puts you at ease. She also enjoys all aspects of oral surgery. Be sure to welcome Molly at your next visit!
Sarah is our most recent addition to our hygiene team. She has a very professional and friendly attitude. Her personal goal is to hear you say “I love how my teeth feel” after your cleaning. Sarah played volleyball in college and is the star of our West Park Dental volleyball team.
She has a caring, gentle demeanor and loves keeping our patients on a continuing care program! Jessica is an advocate for a healthy mouth, healthy body and switching your sweet drinks to water! She keeps busy running around after her son. She is expecting another child in October.
Bobbi has been a dental hygienist for over 20 years and with our office since 2009. She truly wants the best for you and your teeth! She is an advocate of home health care including spin brushes and water piks. She has 2 daughters and loves animals of all shapes and sizes!
If you are looking for a gentle, courteous, and friendly dentist, then you've come to the right place. Our practice offers dental services for the entire family. Your oral health has a significant impact on your overall well being and our team is dedicated to providing you and your family with the best dental care possible.
The first thing most people notice about you is your smile. Advances in cosmetic dental care have made it possible for a dentist with the right training, qualifications and expertise to completely redesign your smile.
If you are missing one or more teeth, and wish to eat your favorite foods, increase your chewing ability, and improve your appearance, speech, and self-esteem, then you are a candidate for dental implants. The doctors at West Park Dental use the latest implant technology so you can smile again with confidence. Call our office today to schedule your appointment.
Do you find yourself waking at night gasping for breath? Are you exhausted all day long because you just can't get a good night's sleep?
'Apnea' is a Greek word meaning "without breath"; people who have apnea literally stop breathing in their sleep. A cessation of breath lasting for 10 seconds in adults, or 2 and 1/2 breath cycles in a child, is the clinical definition of sleep apnea.
At West Park Dental we have several systems in place in terms of protocols for ensuring proper levels of sterilization. We take patient safety very seriously here. As part of our protocol, we have a sterilization area that has a clean side and a dirty side.
The future of dentistry will focus very much on information being at our fingertips and patients maintaining dental awareness into later years of life.