7207 Engle Road Suite 2, Fort Wayne, IN 46804 (260) 632-8486
506 N Line St, Columbia City, IN 46725 (260) 248-4242
Brooke graduated from Central Noble High School in 2010 in Albion, IN. She went on to study dental hygiene at IPFW where she graduated with a 3.9/4.0 GPA. She also earned the Oral Pathology Award and the most prestigious award, The Gloria Huxxell award. She lives in Albion with her high school sweetheart Cody, two kids, and a German Shephard Oakley. Brooke loves working for a small town office and the family like atmosphere. Brooke states “I love working in the dental field. It is an extremely rewarding career to be able to educate patients on how important oral health is for the entire body.”
Heather’s dental career started in 2003 as a clinical assistant. She started with Columbia City Dentists in February 2017 as a front office manager. Her passions are helping each patient receive the care they deserve and creating a fun, friendly work environment. In her spare time she enjoys traveling and visiting Harley Davidson dealerships with her husband Randy. They are both huge Komet hockey fans who have season tickets and follow the team to most away games!
Rachel started her dental career in July of 2016 after being a patient care coordinator for five years. She really enjoys working closely with the patients to help them with their dental needs. She is also flexible to help in the back office as needed. In her spare time she loves spending time with her two kids creating long lasting memories.
Nicki graduated the dental assistant program in 1997 as an expanded functions dental assistant. She absolutely loves creating healthy beautiful smiles. Her favorite part of her job is helping anxious patient’s successfully complete treatment, and enjoys meeting new patient’s every day.
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Brittany graduated from IPFW in 2018 with her Bachelors of Science in dental hygiene with her focus on community dental health. She chose her dental hygiene career in her biomedical class while attending Snider High School. Dental hygiene gives her the opportunity to help her patients and make a difference in their smiles. In her spare time she enjoys running to stay healthy and for fun as well.