Parkersburg Endodontics

Uncompromising Care & Comfort

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Meet the Staff

Karen

Karen

Karen has been the Office Manager since 1999.  Prior to that, she worked as a dental assistant at WVU School of Dentistry and a school teacher in Florida and Nebraska. When not at work, she loves to read, quilt and work on old sewing machines.  She and her husband help transport all types of hounds to foster homes and rescues for medical care.  

 
Monica

Monica

Monica joined Parkersburg Endodontics as Patient Care Coordinator in 2012 and is happy to have the opportunity to serve our patients in a way which improves their overall health, comfort and self-esteem. Born and raised in West Virginia, Monica graduated from Parkersburg South High School, Mountain State College and later, Park University.  Outside of the office, she enjoys traveling, gardening, hiking and spending time with friends and family.

 
Peggy

Peggy

Peggy has been a Clinical Dental Assistant for over 40 years and with Parkersburg Endodontics since 2008. She enjoys meeting new people, making sure they are comfortable, and educating them about what we do and how we can help them. Peggy works with our team to exceed the expectations of our patients on a regular basis. Each patient is different, with unique needs to be met. She feels the best part of working here is the awesome continuing education courses we all take. Peggy loves keeping up with the newest technology to give our patients the best treatment available.

Peggy and her husband Gary and have 5 grandsons and a chihuahua named M&M.  Peggy talks about her four-footed, furry, spoiled little boy. (He thinks he is human) She is excited about extreme couponing.  Peggy enjoys time with family and friends.

 

 
Kala

Kala

Kala completed the dental assisting program at West Virginia University at Parkersburg in 2011. She joined our team at Parkersburg Endodontics in 2013.  Kala enjoys meeting new people on a daily basis. She understands people may have concerns having treatment done and takes great pride in helping them feel more at ease when they have a seat in the chair. It brings a smile to her face to see a patient who was once afraid to have work done, leave the office smiling and graciously thanking us for our work. She and her husband, Samuel, have two girls, Julena and Hailey and are expecting their third baby girl, Scarlett in March of 2018. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

 

 

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