Stephanie and Heather
Stephanie and Heather are our office ambassadors. They are responsible for all lines of communication between the patients, staff and doctors. They will be happy to help you when you call to discuss appointments, financial matters, or general questions about the office. They enjoy helping the doctors and patients achieve their dental goals. Their kind attitude will make you feel right at home. We hope you will find them enjoyable to talk to whether it is about planning financial details of your treatment or just conversing about your family.
Raisa and Susie
Raisa and Susie are the doctors' chair side dental assistants. They are responsible for helping the doctors directly perform all dental procedures. Helping you feel comfortable while being treated is their strongest asset. They are also responsible for many laboratory procedures and for maintaining sterility in the operatory.
Rachel graduated from University of Maryland with a Bachelors of Arts in Art History, followed by cooking and baking degrees from Baltimore International College. She received her Associates Degree in Dental Hygiene from the New York University College of Dentistry, where she was valedictorian of her class and received the Hu Friedy Golden Scaler Award for excellence in clinical skills. Rachel believes that oral health is of the utmost importance to overall well being. She enjoys getting to know her patients and prides herself on her thorough and gentle treatment.
Jackie has been practicing dental hygiene for 17 years, 11 of those years she has spent working with Dr. Neil Kanner. Her ultimate goal is to make a difference in the way people perceive dentistry: to try and erase the fear and stigma associated with the profession. She is confident in the care she provides and has treated patients as young as 2 years old to 102 years old. Being a hygienist has taught her patience and the ability to truly listen. She has an excellent ability to communicate effectively. She enjoys the art of dental hygiene and looks forward to coming to work, not only to treat and educate patients, but to also to learn from them.