Suzanne is from Pennsylvania and moved to New York in 2002. She started out as an orthodontic assistant in 2004 and progressed into management by 2006. Even as a manager, Suzanne found great fun in assisting. Don’t be surprised if you find her helping out in the operatory. Suzanne loves the relationship building that orthodontics allows and the organization that management requires.
Alfonsina “Fonsi” Santana
Fonsi is originally from the Dominican Republic and is a dedicated, CPR trained orthodontic assistant. Fonsi’s sincere dedication and experience brings a lot to our practice. She believes the greatest part of her job is seeing the satisfaction of patients when their treatment is complete. Aside from making patient’s always smiling, Fonsi works hard to maintain an even bigger smile on her daughter.”
Angela is originally from Colombia. What she loves most about her role on the team is the ability to build relationships with patients and help them view orthodontic treatment in a positive way. A great smile at the end of an appointment is her goal. On her free time, Angie is an active member with her church and outreach volunteer.
Although NYC born, Michelle spent the first few years of her life in Beijing, China. In the last 3 years, she has worked her way from orthodontic assistant to patient solutions. Michelle still enjoys hands on patient care but she loves being the person to help solve any inquires that may arise about orthodontic treatment. This one has the travel bug. Her favorite destination so far: Hawaii.
Brittany is from Allentown, Pennsylvania and is new to NYC. She brings with her 12+ years of experience in the orthodontic industry. What she loves most about her job is seeing patients increased confidence and seeing them fall in love with their new smile. Outside of work she enjoys traveling, exploring the city & planning her upcoming wedding in Greece! OPA!
Born and raised in Lower Manhattan, Jenny is an experienced orthodontic assistant and dental hygienist in training. She enjoys working with kids and helping them progress (while having fun) through out their treatment. The kid that makes her smile most, is her son Jay. Jenny is a big time “foodie” and loves making people try unheard of snacks.