Say "HI" to Tracey (and Jon Bon Jovi) our featured team member for April.
Tracey is a RDH (Registered Dental Hygienist) and graduate of Monroe Community College. Tracey joined our team as our treatment and marketing coordinator in 2010.
With over 13 years of dental experience in periodontal, oral surgery and dental implants, as well as countless hours of continuing education, Tracey is a comfort to anyone who sits in the dental chair. Tracey is always looking for ways to make our patients feel at ease and accomplish their dental goals.
Tracey is quite active in her charitable contributions with Home Start Hope, a local charity that helps women and children who have been homeless, as well as the local Boy Scouts of America.
She loves traveling with her husband and spending time with her family and her nephews who are the light of her life! You may also find her walking through the office and breaking out in song – especially if Jon Bon Jovi comes on the radio!
She looks forward to helping you #SmileMoreWithDrVella
Say hi to Jenny, our featured team member for September.
Jenny has been a Registered Dental Hygienist since 2000 and joined our team in early 2017.
Prior to her career in Dental Hygiene, Jenny worked in the field of Exercise Science. Her experience in both fields allows her to promote a healthy lifestyle to her patients, colleagues and family.
Originally from Colorado, Jenny now lives in Canandaigua with her husband Bill and her rescue dog Loki – who she is fast to share is not exactly “low key”!!! In her free time Jenny enjoys biking around the Finger Lakes, cooking and traveling. She looks forward to helping you #SmileMoreWithDrVella
You don't have to live with dentures. If you have suffered the loss of a permanent tooth, dental implants are a good option. In most cases, they provide a better solution than dentures and can serve you well for many years to come.
Reasons to get dental implants
Does self-consciousness about your teeth keep you from smiling the way that you should? Many people avoid smiling altogether or self-consciously smile with closed lips because of discolored, damaged or missing teeth. We recommend investigating ways to improve your smile because of the many benefits loving your smile provides:
If the dentist's chair makes you nervous, it may make sense for you to give sedation dentistry a try. This dental option can make it easier for people to get in the chair and get the dental care they need for good oral health. Not sure what's involved in sedation dentistry? Learn more below: