Getting to see her patients smile is Ashley’s favorite part of her job. She loves working with so many different people and getting to be around so many fun personalities. She also enjoys the challenges that orthodontics presents and learning new ways to solve problems. Ashley and her husband moved to Utah in 2010 and love it here. She has an adorable Pomeranian, loves outdoor sports, and likes trying out new crafts.
Valerie loves being able to spend time with our staff members and getting to know our new patients. She loves to talk and is especially good at creating friendships with our patients and always has a positive attitude about things. From her jokes to her compassion, Valerie is a great addition to our orthodontic team.
Abby works with all of our new patients before they begin treatment. She loves meeting and working with all of them. Abby always does her best to ensure a great first experience with us. With her bubbly personality, friendliness, and trust worthy quality, Abby is very approachable. Abby loves spending her spare time with her husband and son.
Melissa started out working in a lab where she made study models and retainers, and switched to orthodontics in 2010. She loves meeting our new patients, watching as their smiles and self-esteem progress over time, and being part of each patient’s life-changing experience. Melissa married her husband in February of 2012 and they have a puppy named Kevin.
Rachel works one-on-one with our patients to ensure the success of their treatment. Her favorite thing about orthodontics is getting to know all our younger patients and seeing them grow up into adults with beautiful smiles. She loves to see our patients so happy with their results. Rachel lives in Pleasant View with her husband and three children.
Ellee's favorite part of her job is being able to see the tansformations of our patients with their before and after photos. She loves meeting new patients and watching their progress throughout their treatment time. She is a fast learner and is always eager to learn something new.