As a lifetime Brewster resident, it is no surprise that her over 30 years of dental practice management experience is embedded in her hometown roots. Working with patients is what brings out the pure joy and excitement of Maryann’s welcoming smile and exceptional patient care. She believes in forming a personal connection with each of the patients, giving them a friendly face to welcome them at each of their visits. She gives her heart to everyone, including serving as an organizer and participant in Putnam Dental Missions, providing free dental care for third-world countries for over 7 years. When she’s not making patients happy, she is busy spending time with her husband, two children, son-in-law, and their two dogs, making homemade recipes, and serving the less fortunate in the community. Advanced Dentistry of Chappaqua has given Maryann the opportunity to use her dental expertise and her exquisite chairside manner to manage and organize the practice from both the clinical aspect and the full patient experience. Her ability to wear many hats, including treatment planning, benefits, scheduling, is what gets you to stay, but her warm and welcoming smiling is what ensures you’ll return. Maryann looks forward to making your experience at Chappaqua Dentistry the best it can be.
Kerrie says her days at Chappaqua Dentistry are full of different tasks – she helps with patient care, takes x-rays, works chairside with the dentist and completes laboratory duties. “I love the variety of every day, each patient, and every case,” she says.
Kerrie, who has spent 17 years in the dental industry, says she loves being able to touch patients’ lives in a positive way. “I was always interested in helping people on a personal level,” she says. “I loved the thought of helping people smile again. My co-workers here are like family and it’s the job of my dreams.” Kerrie says her extreme organizational tendencies help the doctors move smoothly from patient to patient and the schedule to stay on track.
When Kerrie isn’t helping the practice run like clockwork and sending home patients with happy smiles, she is usually with her large family, which includes mom, dad, two sisters, a brother, three nephews and three nieces. “I spend a lot of time being an aunt, showing up at basketball games or watching my niece do gymnastics. Family is everything!” Kerrie also supports United for the Troops.