Dr. Andrea completed both her Bachelor’s of Science degree and her Doctorate of Dental Surgery at The Ohio State University. While in dental school she fell in love with the idea of working with children, leading her to pursue training in Pediatric Dentistry as a specialty. She continued her advanced education at Riley Children’s Hospital, Indiana University, where she served as chief resident during her residency and earned her Master’s degree in Pediatric Dentistry.
Beyond the office, she and her husband love that they get to raise their twin girls and son in Clark County.
Dr. Betty completed her Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology at Case Western Reserve University and her advanced dental degree at NYC’s Columbia College of Dental Medicine. Her passion for treating children led her to pursue a two-year residency in pediatric dentistry at the University of Minnesota. Throughout her educational endeavors, she participated in various community service and research opportunities at both Case and Columbia.
When not serving children, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, trying new foods with her husband, running half marathons with her sister, cooking, and cheering on the Knicks and Cavs.
Dr. Haley completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Virginia Tech and her advanced dental degree at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. Prior to joining the Springfield team, she spent two years as a Pediatric resident, treating children with a wide variety of oral health issues at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan. She has also invested her time in providing free dental care to underserved children as a volunteer coordinator for Give Kids a Smile®.
She and her husband live in Columbus with two dogs and their baby girl, Sophia, born in January. Together they enjoy cooking, exploring new coffee shops and bookstores, long walks with their pups, and watching football – Go Hokies and Buckeyes!
Dr. Lauren earned her Bachelor of Arts at American University and her advanced dental degree at UNC Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. After completing her residency at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, she provided pediatric dental care for public health organizations in Cincinnati. The U.S. Air Force then sent her family to Okinawa, Japan for 3 years where she volunteered in the Kadena Air Base dental clinic treating service members and their families.
Dr. Lauren and her husband (Dr. Brad) have two girls (Elena and Caroline) and a dog named Franklin. She enjoys spending time with her family, yoga, and horseback riding.