The Hygienist

About the Staff

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Debbie – Hygienist

Our hygienist Debbie is skilled in providing preventative dental cleanings and treatment of gum disease. She is a mother to an English Bulldog, Duchess Teabag, one amazing son, and three wonderful step children. Debbie came up with the name “Duchess Teabag” from growing up in England, she also drinks a cup of tea a day. We can assure you that at every dental cleaning Debbie will take the time to address any questions or concerns. Debbie became a hygienist because she visited a friend in Klamath Falls at OIT who was already in the program, Debbie met her friend’s professors and loved the way they taught, also the dental hygiene program itself. She says it was the best choice she ever made to join.  Our patients love seeing Debbie because she is so gentle and yet thorough.

 

IMG_0522Molly – Hygienist

Our hygienist Molly is a proud mother of two German Shepards; Heff and Vetta. She always knew that she wanted to be in the medical field somehow; and, with her love of teeth decided to become a hygienist. She attended Pacific University and even has her restorative license, meaning that she can place and fill teeth with filling material. Molly is skilled in providing preventative dental cleanings and treatment of gum disease.  She strives to make every visit a comfortable, pleasant experience. Our patients love seeing Molly because she gets the job done thoroughly yet quickly.

 

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Catherine- Hygienist

Our Friday Hygienist Catherine is a mother to the most beautiful, bright blue eyed child. Catherine attended school at Lane Community College and before that she bought and managed jewelry for a boutique in Cannon Beach. She now considers each tooth to be a beautiful white pearl in the mouth. Since a young age Catherine knew she wanted to be involved in the medical field and found teeth very fascinating. Catherine now strives to teach each patient the importance of taking care of their teeth as well as giving them the most enjoyable experience while in the dental chair.