I joined Dr. Gross’ team in 2006 as a full-time hygienist after receiving my bachelor’s degree from Baylor College of Dentistry. My professional goal as a hygienist has always been to make my patients feel comfortable and at ease in the dental chair. I take pride in providing comprehensive dental care with a gentle touch and a compassionate demeanor. I look forward to meeting new patients in our office soon!
Outside of my career, I just married the love of my life—Tim. We enjoy spending time together and have recently built our first house.
I have been with Dr. Gross and team since June 2005. I completed my dental hygiene training at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls. It is important for my patients to feel comfortable with me on a personal and clinical level.
I grew up in Gainesville and currently live in Corinth. I have been married to my wonderful husband, Mike, since July 2000. We have two beautiful children—Aidan and Ayla. I enjoy traveling and spending time with my family and friends.
I joined Dr. Gross’ team in 2007 as his chairside assistant. I graduated from ATI Career Training in 2000. My goal is to provide the utmost quality of care to all of our patients so they leave with a pleasant dental experience.
I began working with Dr. Gross in 1992 as the office manager. I oversee and arrange proper scheduling and financial arrangements. I take pride in ensuring that every patient is treated with respect and compassion so that they leave our office happy and with a great experience to share with others.
I live in Flower Mound with my husband, Randy, and have two beautiful daughters. I enjoy traveling and spending time with my family and friends.
I have been with Dr. Gross’ team for four years as a sterilization assistant. My duties include sterilizing all instruments and sterilizing each room after our patients have been treated. My role is extremely important to the safety of our patients, and I enjoy being a part of the high-quality service we provide.
I have two daughters and two grandchildren that I love spending time with.
I have been working for Dr. Gross for two years, and I have been in the dental field for 25 years. It has been a great experience, and I love getting to know all of the patients.
I live in Corinth, and in my spare time, I enjoy gardening and spending time with my friends by the pool.
Some of the most important dental care you receive takes place in your own home, not the dental office. Good oral care at home can reduce the likelihood that you will need extensive dental work. That’s why we spend so much time with each patient on oral hygiene education.