Keri is one of the first one to greet the patients and welcome them to our office and help assist in making their visit as relaxing and stress free as possible. She has been in the dental field now since 1997. Starting out as a dental assistant, she soon realized she wanted to further her education which lead her to going to STLCC where she studied in the dental hygiene program. From there, she finished a degree in Business Management and continued her career in managing private and corporate dental practices. After several years of maintaining these practices and traveling, she decided it was time to pursue something that was closer to home.
In her spare time she loves spending time with her daughter camping, hiking and going antique shopping.
Candis – Patient Care Coordinator
Candis has been in the dental field since 2013. She has been an assistant for 3 years, but now welcomes and greets each patient at the front desk. She enjoys making sure each patient who comes in feels comfortable and has a wonderful experience in our office.
In her spare time she enjoys camping, kayaking, and spending time with her twin boys.
Ciara – Endodontic Dental Assistant
Ciara is an outgoing, fun loving individual born and raised in North St. Louis county.. Ciara attended Missouri College, interning at SLU to become and hold certification as a dental assistant. Ciara has been in the Dental field since 2013 focusing her experience in endodontic specialty, she is passionate about saving teeth and takes pride in the care she gives to her patients.
Ciara enjoys going to concerts, The St.Louis Blues, spending time with her family, fishing, and traveling.
Mary has been dental assisting for over 30 years. She enjoys caring for patients and helping them get out of pain. She has been married to her high school sweetheart for 34 years. They have two sons; one resides in St. Louis and the other near Festus. She is grandmother to five grandchildren and loves the role.
In her spare time, Mary likes to take her Harley Davidson on country road rides and stopping at flea markets or gift shops and eating at old cafes.