Amanda is part of our patient care team. She has been working in dentistry since 2008. When Amanda grows up she hopes to be even half the parent her parents were to her.
Kristine is the other half of our patient care team. She has been working in dentistry for 21 years. If Kristine could be any superhero, she would be Wonder Woman because she does it all and has great hair.
Laura is one of our team of hygienists. She has been working in dentistry for 30 years. If Laura could be a superhero, she too would be Wonder Woman because she fights villains with impressive accessories. Spinning is a great way to change clothes and she always looks great while making the world a safer place.
Cari is another one of our hygienists. She has been working in dentistry for 12 years. Cari’s wish for humanity is that everyone realize that life is beautiful and that every day is a gift from God.
Brandon is part of our dental assisting team. He has been in dentistry since 2017. The best book he has ever read was Night. He says that learning about the Holocaust and what people went through was eye-opening.
Carrol is one of our treatment assistants. She has been working in dentistry for 10 years. Carrol has always wanted to go scuba diving. One day she will!
Melissa rounds out our team of treatment assistants. She has been working in dentistry for 19 years. Melissa’s favorite holiday is Christmas because it is the one holiday her entire family gets together. They eat, play games, and visit.
Marie Gambetta is our CEO. She has been in dentistry since Advanced Dental opened in 2001. If she could have a “re-do” on any moment in her life, she would re-do any time she’s passed a person begging for food on the street without stopping to help. Now she tries to carry granola bars for that reason. Handing a hungry person a granola bar is infinitely more satisfying to her than scurrying by them.
Miguel Gambetta is our dentist. He has been a dentist since graduating from Northwestern University Dental School in 1992 (Go Cats!). If he could have a “re-do” on any moment in his life, he would go to the 1995 Rose Bowl when Northwestern made it. He was just starting a new job and was reluctant to ask for time off. He passed it up, even though he had a chance for free tickets. Who knows when or if that will happen again? Moral of the story: Don’t pass up great opportunities when you have the chance.