Meet the Dental Team – Chardon, OH

The Professionals That
Make Up Hilltop

We invite all patients to meet our hardworking team of hygienists, dental assistants, and administrative staff. Without them by Dr. Nick’s side, our practice wouldn’t be what it is today. Keep reading to learn more about their backgrounds and expertise within the field of dentistry!

Briana
Registered Dental Hygienist

Briana is originally from Chardon, and she studied at both Lake Erie College and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. One of her favorite parts of being a hygienist is getting to meet new people! She always works hard to help patients feel comfortable in her chair, and she wants them to leave feeling much better than when they came in.

Briana is blessed to have the most amazing family, which includes her brother, her mother, and her dad. She is also currently engaged to a wonderful, kind man and can’t wait to start on a new journey with him. In her spare time, she loves anything to do with cars, dancing, attending church at Chester Christian Center, and helping her mom with events.

Angela
Dental Assistant (EFDA)

Angela’s career in the dental field spans 30+ years! She completed her EFDA training at Case Western Reserve University. Today, she’s always ready to go the extra mile for our patients, teaching them plenty about the importance of good oral health.

Angela is the proud mom of grown boy/girl twins who are currently seniors at Kent. As for her own interests, she enjoys being outdoors, camping, hiking, taking road trips, gardening, practicing photography, cooking, working out, and reading.

Margaret
Patient Coordinator

A Chardon native, Margaret has been working in the dental field for over eight years. She really enjoys interacting with our patients and her coworkers each day. Everyone promotes a great culture of teamwork, which is vital when it comes to providing the best service possible!

At home, Margaret has a very active daughter. She also stays busy in her free time with exercising, roller blading, hiking, and walking (while listening to podcasts).