A few things Heather loves...her family (husband Al, 3 kids, & grandchildren), making mints (they are SO delicious), and taco Tuesday (who doesn't?!). She has been in the dental industry since 2014 but has been managing people since 1993. She can do it all, whether managing life guards, servers, retailers, or bankers! She is pretty much the best!
Karen is a Nebraska native! She has been spreading her infectious smile and kindness to the dental industry for 38 years! She spends her time with her husband Kent & their two fur babies, Rosie & Frankie. She has recently found a love of horseback riding with her daughter Kelsey. A few of her hobbies include yoga, cooking, baking, & reading. If she doesn’t have her nose in a cookbook you will find her reading a murder mystery!
Have you ever seen a dental assistant Flamenco dance? If not, you should watch Lily gracefully dance in local shows! Her other joys include being with her husband, Yoan and 3 kids and travelling as much as possible. She has such a kind heart and is always thinking of others. She has been spreading her contagious happiness to the dental industry since 2012!
Corttany was born and raised in Alpena, South Dakota. Corttany has been a dental assistant since 2006. She has found the perfect place and the perfect “job”. She brings a smile to all she meets. Her love of Marvel movies, zoo trips, family outings and fighting gum disease keep this “Supermom” busy with her husband, Josh and two beautiful children.
When she isn't saving neighborhood bunnies (true story), Kathy is playing with her dogs. She and her husband have 2 dogs they love endlessly. In fact Kathy loves all animals endlessly! She also enjoys boating and being outside. Kathy has been a hygienist since 2000.
Run, Susan, Run! Marathons, half-marathons, 10k...you name it, she has probably run it! When she is at home with her husband and 2 kids she runs to the kitchen because she loves baking cookies and cheesecakes (yum!) She has been a hygienist since 2003 and teaching at Creighton since 2010.
One thing we share in common is our passion for our patients. We strive to to make the patient experience calm and relaxing. We feel grateful and blessed to work in our profession and hope our patients feel our dedication to their care.