We Love What We Do… And It Shows
Most dental offices are obsessed with teeth. We love teeth of course – we are a dental office after all. But we also understand what’s even more important than teeth:
The people attached to them.
The people who come to us for help.
The people who we make smile.
The people we work beside.
These are the things that really matter.
Keep scrolling down… and meet our team!
Our Dental Hygienists
As a young child, Erin always had great experiences going to the dentist and realized it was something she wanted to pursue as a career. She enjoys working with people and helping them have a positive impact on their well-being. Erin went to a private dental hygiene program, the Canadian Institute of Dental Hygiene in Hamilton, and graduated in 2004. She began at West Street Dental as a co-op student, and moved on to working at Clarence Street Dental. She is qualified as a dental hygiene peer mentor for the CDHO. Erin loves all her patients, but working with children brings her the most joy.
Erin lives on a farm with her husband and three daughters. She spends a lot of time with her family and loves that she has the flexibility to work part-time to be with her family.
Rachal choose to become a hygienist as she had an interest in the medical field and loves working directly with people. She hoped that by becoming a hygienist she could help people have a confident and healthy smile and lead a positive life because of it. Rachal graduated from Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario with Honours and started working at CSDG in 2019. She says she is “looking forward to creating lasting connections with new and existing patients”. She considers herself very patient and understanding, which will help her with young children and patients with dental anxiety. She always makes sure that her patients leave feeling better than when they walked in.
In her free time, Rachal likes to be active by running, working out, or her new passion – yoga! She also enjoys reading mystery novels and drawing/painting for her friends!
Christie chose to become a Dental Hygienist because she loved going to the dentist as a child. She took pride in looking after her teeth and even wrote a speech about teeth in the fifth grade. She knew she wanted to become a hygienist after completing her eleventh grade co-op program at West Street Dental. Christie went to Niagara College for Dental Assisting. She worked at West Street Dental as an assistant until she began her studies in the Dental Hygiene program at Algonquin College. She graduated in 1999 and has been part of the Clarence Street Dental team ever since. She believes continuing education is so important and has been able to travel throughout the Unites States to complete courses. She has now been a Registered Dental Hygienist for twenty years! Christie enjoys working with people of all ages, and especially likes working with people who are nervous about dental treatment. She says she finds it rewarding when she gets to know her patients and they get to know her, and hopes each of her patients feel comfortable coming into the office to see her.
Most of her time outside of work is spent with her husband, Ryan and her son, Luke. She enjoys being outside, travelling, and spending time with family and friends.
Brit chose to become a dental hygienist as she wanted to play a role in preventative dental health. She says that “our oral health plays a huge role in our overall health and I want to take care of my patients wholeheartedly”. She loves the variety of knowledge that having dental as a career has been able to bring her. She never wants to stop learning all the different aspects of dental and hopes that all she learns is reflected by her ability to answer patient questions, to calm their nerves, and to provide appropriate care.
After graduating from Niagara College in 2012, Brit worked as a dental assistant for 8 years prior to finishing dental hygiene school. She has worked in orthodontics, pedodontics, mobile clinics, geriatric care, oral surgery, and sedation, with a special interest in orthodontics. She began working at Clarence Street Dental in 2020 after graduating from the Southern Ontario Dental College in 2019, where she was awarded for the highest number of clients completed overall in clinic.
When not at work, Brit enjoys spending time at the gym, going fishing, travelling (even if just for a weekend getaway), and cuddling with her beautiful cat, Zoey. She currently lives with her boyfriend of 3 years and they can’t wait to start shopping for a house together!
Before getting into dental, Trina worked alongside a nurse doing social work. Looking for a change, it was suggested to her to pursue dental. She began as a dental assistant and later completed dental hygiene school in North Bay. She has now worked at Clarence Street Dental for 16 years and has never looked back! Trina enjoys coming to work every day because of the people she gets to meet every single day. She loves being around people and has found the perfect place for her to interact with people on a daily basis.
Trina enjoys spending time with her two teenagers and her dog, playing tennis, and hiking with her husband of 19 years.
Melanie, or better known to her patients as Mel, has been a dental hygienist at Clarence Street Dental for 18 years. She graduated from Niagara College where she began her studies in dental assisting and continued onto dental hygiene afterwards. Mel’s passion for dentistry began at a young age as she was excited to go to her own dental appointments. She loved getting a sticker or toy after each visit and always looked forward to going back. Now, as a dental hygienist, she loves sharing her passion with her patients and seeing them as excited to come back each time.
In her spare time, Mel enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Prior to becoming a Dental Hygienist, Dianne graduated from college as a Dental Assistant. She enjoyed this for 3 years before returning to college to complete the Dental Hygiene program at Canadore College. Dianne has been a member of the CSDG team for 28 years.
Spending one-to-one time with her patients is one of her favourite parts of being a Dental Hygienist. She enjoys meeting a diversity of people whom she never would have met otherwise, and feels privileged to be part of their lives. She says, “I believe my life is enriched on a daily basis because of each patient I see”.
Dianne enjoys cycling on Brantford’s extensive trail systems and loves all animals! Her rescue dog Willow teaches her valuable life lessons every day including simplicity, loyalty and enthusiasm.
Naomi began her studies at McMaster University for psychology with the goal of becoming a teacher. While completing her degree, she realized her passion for public health. She found that dental hygiene had all aspects of what she wanted in her career: teaching, science, health promotion, and working with people.
Naomi went to a private dental hygiene college and has been a dental hygienist since 2010. She was awarded the Katy Damond Award, which is given to an individual for positivity and leadership qualities. She began working at Clarence Street Dental in 2011 and enjoys seeing the wide variety of patients every day. She says she has the ‘gift of gab’ and loves conversing with her patients each time she sees them.
In her spare time, Naomi spends her time with her husband, Scott, and their puppy, Kingsley. She says the way to her heart is through her stomach and that in order to work off the calories she consumes, her and her husband enjoy bike rides, hikes, and the gym.
Lesley spent many years trying to find what she wanted to do. Finally she found her love for dental hygiene as the idea of contributing to someone’s reason to smile was a pretty gratifying feeling for her. Having worked as a server/bartender for ten years she enjoys building relationships with people, which especially applies to all her patients in the dental chair. She says “getting to know my patients and being able to educate them is what I love to do”.
This is Lesley’s first year as a registered dental hygienist and she started right away at Clarence Street Dental after graduating from the Southern Ontario Dental College. She completed her Level II dental assisting to gain a base understanding of dental and the anatomy of the mouth before becoming a dental hygienist. She enjoys all aspects of dental but enjoys working with children as their sweet smiles can brighten anyone’s day.
Lesley loves to be outdoors, hiking, and going for bike rides. She has a 10 year old son (soon to be 11) who loves baseball and she is getting married this summer.
Lauren has been a Dental Hygienist with Clarence Street Dental for three and a half years, since graduating from Niagara College. She initially thought she wanted to be a nurse, but after some experience in the field she realized it wasn’t for her. Being a dental hygienist allowed her to stay in the healthcare field and help patients in a different way, and she hasn’t looked back since!
Lauren loves all her patients, but is naturally drawn to patients that are children, have special needs, and experience dental anxiety. Her ability to stay calm and be patient allows her to connect with her patients on a level that goes beyond treatment. Lauren believes that animal therapy is extremely beneficial, and brings her certified therapy dog Bella into the office to help her patients. Ask her if Bella will be “on-duty” at your next visit!
When she isn’t working, Lauren enjoys walks on the farm with her dogs Reggie and Bella, cooking for her family and friends, and traveling to warm places in the winter with her husband.
Rosy earned her dental hygiene diploma from George Brown College and her Bachelors of Science degree from McMaster University. Throughout her education she gained clinical experience in both private and community-based dental settings. She volunteered as a clinician and student mentor with non-profit dental organizations both locally and internationally, and worked in various dental specialties.
Currently at Clarence Street Dental Group, Rosy practices in both preventive dental hygiene and in orthodontics. She loves everything about the teeth and the mouth. She says she loves how they help us chew our food to feed our bodies, how they help us talk with one another, and how they express our emotions with a smile. She believes that teeth and the mouth are a very important part of health care, and finds that being a part of helping patients to achieve an optimal level of dental and overall health is very rewarding.
Rosy and her husband, Chad, have a fluffy goldendoodle together named Winston. She says they both keep her feeling loved and humbled for everything that she has in life.
Jacquie is currently on maternity leave – check back next year!
Jenna chose to become a dental hygienist because of the positive impact it has on her patients. Being a dental hygienist allows her to work one-on-one with patients in the community and she enjoys meeting people from all walks of life who she likely never would’ve met otherwise. She feels privileged that she gets to be part of their lives, hear their stories, and form relationships with them.
After graduating high school, Jenna went to Niagara College for dental assisting and worked as a dental assistant for three years in Burlington. Wanting to further her career, she decided to pursue dental hygiene and went to the Ontario Dental Education Institute in Ancaster. She received a clinical acknowledgement award as well as the professionalism award. After graduating in July 2013, she began her career at Clarence Street Dental in September 2013.
Jenna was born and raised in Stoney Creek, but moved to Brantford in January 2015 with her husband, Matt. They were married in November 2018 and have a wiener dog named Theo which she says “is their baby”! They enjoy renovating their house, as she loves interior decorating and has a slight addiction to Pinterest! She enjoys swimming in their pool, and having friends and family over for bbqs in the summer.
Growing up, Steph thought her dental hygienist was the “coolest chick ever”. Steph’s passion to become a dental hygienist began in the fifth grade; and here she is all these years later! She says “it’s a super rewarding career, and being able to work at CSDG is the best part”. She loves the team she works with, and loves the wide variety of team members, including the dentists, orthodontist, oral surgeons, child specialist, dental hygienists, dental assistants, and front desk team. Ever since she started working here, she has grown close to her team members, and says the time has flown by!
Steph completed the Dental Hygiene program at Niagara College with Honours. She was hired here right after school and has recently had the opportunity to start working with Dr. Mark Pus, our orthodontist, and his fantastic team. Steph also loves working with children and encourages them to ask questions not only about their teeth but anything they want to know about her. She hopes to work with the youth in the community to help them build a better understanding surrounding oral health and overall health. Her greatest joy is the smile her patients have when they’re proud of and empowered by their own smile!
Growing up with her three siblings on a hobby farm brought upon her passion for caring for animals. She could talk about her dog, cats, cows, chickens, and birds all day if she had someone who would listen! Steph focuses a lot of her time and energy on fitness – and says it’s because she’s a foodie and has to make sure she’s able to try all the food she wants.
Sarah graduated as a Dental Hygienist from Niagara College in 2018 with Honours, and was awarded the Clinical Leadership Certificate. After graduating, she worked at a dental office where she began to apply the knowledge and skills she acquired from school. Sarah has joined CSDG and is excited for her future here. Not only is she a hygienist, she is part of our Orthodontic team. Sarah chose to become a dental hygienist because of the interaction with her patients. She enjoys meeting the wide variety of patients that step into our office, and hearing about their families, travels and stories, even if it is only for an hour at a time. Sarah takes pride in connecting with her patients by listening to them and by making them comfortable. She also believes that patient education is very important and is always keeping them informed about their oral health. She enjoys working with children and those who are nervous about going to the dentist.
Sarah loves camping, fishing, and being outdoors with her family and friends. And despite being allergic to animals, she loves being around them!
Heather loved going to the dentist as a child as she enjoyed seeing how the dental team interacted and educated their patients. She knew from a young age that one day that’s what she wanted to do too. Heather attended St. Clair College and studied dental assisting before following her true passion of becoming a dental hygienist, graduating in 2008. She has experience in many departments, including general dentistry, orthodontics, and periodontology.
Of all the patients she see, Heather enjoys working with patients who have been absent from preventive care for a while. She says she likes being able to uncover their health goals, develop a plan with them, and be able to share in the success of that plan when implementation is carried out effectively.
Heather is originally from Windsor and says “the worst part about moving away is not being able to watch the Detroit Tigers play on a regular basis”. She enjoys spending time with her dog, Leonard, is a regular CrossFitter, and loves running (she’s completed multiple 5ks, 10ks, 10 miles and half marathons! Wow!).
Our Dental Assistants
Nikita was always interested in medicine, and since oral health was incredibly important to her, she thought it would be a perfect career to help others and educate them about oral health. She went to Medix College and graduated with honours. She has now been a dental assistant since 2010 and with Clarence Street Dental since March 2019. Nikita enjoys all aspects of dental assisting, but she is passionate about children’s dentistry. She loves that she works alongside our in-house pediatric dentist. Nikita is married with three boys, and has two cats, a pig and four chickens.
Sam’s interest in dental started at a young age as she loved going to her own dental visits. She attended Westervelt College and completed both Level I and II dental assisting. She has been an assistant since 2018 and with Clarence Street Dental since then. Sam enjoys all aspects of dentistry but finds herself intrigued with dental crowns. She says the design and art of creating crowns amazes her. When she’s not working, Sam enjoys reading, painting, and disc golfing. She spends her time with her six-year-old son and daughter.
As a child, Jess loved going to the dentist as she thought it was so exciting when they’d put your picture on the wall for being cavity-free! She thought dentistry would be an awesome career to pursue and graduated from Medix College for dental assisting. She has been an assistant for over 13 years now, and has been at Clarence Street Dental for over 4 years. Despite the fact the dentist she works with loves root canals, she says she doesn’t have a favourite procedure. She says each patient is so different that every appointment is interesting! Jess is absolutely in love with her new son, Bodhi, and says her life is all about baby! But when she does get free time she loves to eat out and try new foods. And she says she can’t forget about her love for all things Harry Potter!!!
Lauren started working at Clarence Street Dental in 2015. She initially worked with the front desk team, but has now become an assistant. She loves that because of this she was able to make connections with all the members of the CSDG team. Lauren loves assisting on all the different types of procedures as they’re all unique and interesting in their own way.When she’s not at work, Lauren enjoys spending time with her boyfriend and her family & friends, cuddling with her corgi puppy, Bob Barker, and eating cheeseburgers.
Taylor decided to pursue a career in the dental field after getting braces when she was younger. She loved the way her teeth looked and how her orthodontist was able to transform her smile, and decided right then that dentistry would be the perfect job for her. She went to Medix College in Brantford and graduated with Honours. She was hired as an assistant on the last day of her co-op placement at CSDG and has now been a full-time assistant here since September 2015. In addition to assisting our doctors every day, Taylor works with the oral surgery team and says it is her favourite part of assisting. She says that although it may seem a little gross to most people, she finds it exciting and loves all of the different procedures and surgeries. In her spare time, Taylor loves riding horses, riding dirt-bikes with her husband, Brandon, and snuggling with her doggo, Hemi.
As a child, Emily chipped her front teeth in an accident and her dentist was able to see her right away. The compassion shown to her shaped her experience for the better and she knew that she wanted to create the same type of experience for others. As a recent graduate from Niagara College, she worked very hard to graduate with Honours and became a certified dental assistant. After moving from Nova Scotia, Emily knew she wanted to work at Clarence Street Dental one day. From becoming a new patient at our office, to being a long time patient, she knew she wanted to become part of this team. As a dental assistant, Emily loves to help patients by providing them with helpful information about their dental procedures. She says this helps anxious patients understand what the procedure is and know they are in good hands. She also loves teaching kids about dentistry and the “sugar bugs” (or cavities) that affect their teeth and how they can have great oral health. Emily enjoys a range of activities, including outdoor activities like kayaking, hiking, and skiing, and learning how to play the piano. She believes it’s always important to get out there and try new things!
Ever since Brittany was young, she was infatuated with brushing her teeth and looked forward to going to the dentist on a regular basis. Upon high school graduation, she already knew she wanted to be a dental assistant, working with people to keep their smiles healthy and beautiful. She graduated with Honours from Medix College 2012 and has since fallen in love with every aspect of working at a dental office. She has worked in many areas of dental, including as a dental assistant, receptionist, treatment coordinator, and even an office manager. Outside of work, Brittany enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and exploring the outdoors.
Penny chose to become a dental assistant because of her childhood experiences with her dentist. When she was younger, she had braces and frequently visited her dental office. Each time she was there she would ask the assistants and hygienists lots of questions about their jobs and what they did. Funny enough, Penny worked at that dental office right after graduating in 1985. Being awarded the “Assistant of the Month” multiple times has brought joy to Penny’s life. She has received her 25 and 30 year pins from the Ontario Dental Assistants Association for her years of service. She enjoys all aspects of assisting and believes that having variety is great. Penny enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and being outdoors.
Samantha chose to become a dental assistant as she has always been fascinated with teeth. She attended Conestoga College and in her third year took a dental class which led her to the decision to become a dental assistant. Samantha graduated from Westervelt College in 2019 and received the Presidential Honours Diploma. Samantha is a mother of three beautiful girls, and enjoys going to the gym and spending time with her family, whether being outdoors or cuddling up watching movies.
Jaime chose to become a dental assistant as she says she’s always had a love for teeth! Growing up, she enjoyed going to the dentist and having her teeth cleaned. She knew as soon as she started high school that she wanted to do something that involved being at the dentist. She completed dental assisting school at Westervelt College with honours and eight perfect attendance certificates, and did her placement here at Clarence Street Dental. She said she was honoured to be hired during her last week of placement and is proud that she is now a full time team member. Jaime has discovered a passion for dental surgery as her love for extractions and periodontal surgeries increases daily. She loves going to work every single day and is excited to start her journey to become a dental hygienist. Life outside work for Jaime is all about horses, and she spends her down time with her horses and her cows too! She has a huge heart for her family, and loves spending time with them at the beach and taking their dog, Tyler, for walks together.
Amy’s passion for dentistry began when she was just a child. She always enjoyed going to the dentist and knew one day it was what she wanted to do. She attended the Toronto School of Business and CDI College and has been a dental assistant for over 14 years now. Amy joined Clarence Street Dental in 2019. She enjoys the surgical side of assisting, as well as working with patients with special needs. Amy was born in Cambridge but moved to Brantford in 2011. She has two stepchildren and six nephews, and enjoys walking her dog, camping, and hanging out with her friends.
Britney chose to become a dental assistant because she loves going to the dentist and has always cared about maintaining a healthy mouth and smile. She has now worked in the dental field for just over four years. She previously worked at an orthodontic office but then moved to a general dental office, and is now in school working to get her Level II status as an assistant. She is currently working at CDSG in the mornings and completing her schooling in the afternoon. Even though she enjoys all aspects of dentistry, Britney loves working with children and patients with anxiety as she is able to help relax those who are nervous about their visits.
In her spare time, Britney loves spending time with her friends and family, walking her dog Cali, travelling when she can, having wine nights, spending time at cottages, and being outdoors! She’s also passionate about natural beauty products.
Our Business Assistants
Jo joined the family of CSDG in July 1998 when it was just Dr. Sumner Ling and Dr. Lee Ferrao, and about 15 other employees. Since then, our wonderful work family has expanded to about 60 people. In that time she’s met a number of lovely people, enjoyed a lot of memories, and formed amazing friendships. She says coming to work is still a genuine pleasure. When she’s not working, she enjoys golfing, bike riding with her husband, spending time with her 12 grandkids, puttering in her gardens, crafts, and baking.
Sandy has worked at Clarence Street Dental since 1996. She loves the people she works with and the patients she has grown to know so well. Her hobbies include hiking, travelling, watching movies, and just being with her family and friends.
Aurora started working at Clarence Street Dental in 2015 and loves the way we all treat each other like family. In her spare time she enjoys being adventurous and spontaneous, like going rock climbing, hiking, and cliff jumping (wow!).
Chris has worked at Clarence Street Dental since April 1990. She has enjoyed meeting patients and team members along the way and loves all the fun the team has together. She loves making memories with her family, especially with her three beautiful grandchildren.
Andrea started here in 2013. She loves being surrounded by people who make work enjoyable as she believes laughter truly is the best medicine. When she’s not in the office you can find her creating a greener, cleaner, less toxic environment. She says “It starts with YOU! Be the change, get involved and make a difference in your community.”
Cindy started working at Clarence Street Dental Group in March 2014. As a patient coordinator, she helps patients with their recommended treatment and is their personal concierge every step of the way. Cindy not only works with the general dentists, but works directly with the oral surgeons and orthodontist. When she is not in the office, she is home with her husband and her two children. Cindy loves being able to have a work-life balance that allows her to put her family first. She enjoys drinking wine, warm weather, and having dance parties with her son and daughter!
Heidi started working here in August 2009. On a day to day basis she helps patients review and decide on their treatment options, helps them work with their dental coverage, and make the appropriate financial arrangements that suit their needs. She is also involved in the marketing and advertising for the office. She loves working at CSDG for the family atmosphere as she comes from a large family and loves that she has an extended family here. She loves spending time with her husband and two daughters, as well as her family and friends. She enjoys playing soccer, going on vacations, and shopping.
Steph started at Clarence Street Dental in October 2013, working as a dental assistant for several years before becoming a patient coordinator. She also works directly with our orthodontist and pediatric dentist. Steph understands there is life outside coming to the dentist and enjoys helping our patients find the balance while still being able to improve their oral health. Steph enjoys spending time with her husband and son, cycling, sewing, and gardening.
Tracy has been working at Clarence Street Dental since November 2019. She has worked in the dental field for over 30 years and brought tons of experience with her. Her favourite thing about what she does is her ability to help people keep their healthy smile, and she loves seeing the joy children have when leaving with zero cavities. Tracy loves that everyone at Clarence Street Dental is so welcoming and happy, and works so well together as a team. When she’s not working, Tracy spends her time with her two grandchildren, golfing with her husband, and gardening at the Oaks of St. George Golf Club.
Rachel started working at CSDG in 2016. She loves the amazing team she works with as everyone shares many laughs together every day. When she’s not working, she loves to travel with her husband, play with her daughter, and read crime thriller novels.
Lynne started at Clarence Street Dental in 1976 (wow!). She is married with two children and three adorable grandchildren. She loves all our patients and team members, and says she is truly lucky to be around such wonderful people every day. She enjoys working with numbers, playing the piano, and spending time with her enormous family.
Lisa started at Clarence Street Dental in January 2019. She loves that every day she is presented with new challenges and situations which help her stay focused and engaged. She says working here gives her independence, flexibility, motivation, and satisfaction. When she’s not at the hockey rink cheering on her kids, she’s going on all sorts of adventures with her family.
Christina started working at Clarence Street Dental in August 2016. She loves that each member is valued for the unique qualities they bring to the table and that everyone is given the opportunity to use them every day. When she’s not working, she loves cozying up on the couch with a good movie, a bag of chips, and her golden retriever, Boomer.
Rebecca started working at Clarence Street Dental in March 2019. She loves being part of the team because of the value the team sees in working well with each other, which allows us to provide excellent care for our patients. Her favourite hobbies are playing soccer and any outdoor activities she can do with her doggos.
Kim started working at Clarence Street Dental in 1994. What she enjoys most about working here are the amazing people she gets to work with every day. In her spare time Kim enjoys crafting and planning parties.
Lisa told her family that she would become a dental assistant ever since she was three years old when she would play with her Play-Doh dentist kit. Lisa pursued her dental dream, and graduated in 1993 from assisting school. In 1994 she moved to the United States and worked in many areas of the dental field, including Prosthodontics, Endodontics, and Orthodontics. She moved back home in 2015 and has worked at Clarence Street Dental ever since. One of Lisa’s favorite dental accomplishments is volunteering at Clarence Street Dental’s annual Community Dentistry Day. In all her years as a dental assistant, she says she has never been part of such an amazing day that helps so many people. Coming in second, her most memorable accomplishment is volunteering with her dental office in Nashville by doing two root canals on a snow leopard so he could eat properly again! Lisa spends her free time with her teenage boys and enjoys going to see concerts with them.
Crystal began at CSDG in June 2019 as a Westervelt College student, and was hired in October of that year. She loves when patients leave happy, whether it’s when we’ve helped them with their “emergency” or helped them get out of pain, or when patients have the confidence to smile. In her spare time, Crystal enjoys spending time with her family, especially her five year old daughter, doing arts and crafts, and learning how to read. She enjoys hiking, canoeing, and rock climbing, and enjoying a glass of wine while listening to audiobooks. She loves playing with her two cats, Meeka and China, while her daughter plays with her two rats, Hearty and Luna.
Mikala started working at Clarence Street Dental in February 2020. She loves the way everyone makes new team members feel so welcome and part of the team right when they walk in the door for their first day. Being a mom of two, most of her time is spent with her children where she and her husband enjoy taking them on day trips. When she has free time of her own she enjoys sketching, painting, hunting, and fishing.
Cassy started at Clarence Street Dental in March 2020. She loves how everyone is treated fairly and like family, and that everyone loves their job and it shows why they do. She enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and especially her kids. She loves doing activities with her family such as quadding, and going to hockey and football games. She says that health and fitness is very important to her and spends her spare time in the gym and lifting weights.
Joanna began working at Clarence Street Dental in April 2020. She has been practicing in the dental field for over 10 years now, since completing the Dental Assisting program at Fanshawe College. At her previous places of employment, she has worked as a dental assistant, a front desk associate, and a treatment coordinator. In her free time Joanne enjoys spending time with her husband, young son, and her fur babies.