Meet Our Team

Dentist in Norman, OK

Jamae – Dental Hygienist & Myofunctional Therapist
The daughter of a dentist, Jamae prepared for a life in the dental field as early as the eighth grade, when she wrote a career paper declaring her plans. Since graduating from Amarillo College in 2000, she has enjoyed building relationships with patients and helping them get to a healthy state as a dental hygienist. In addition to her work, Jamae finds happiness in running, listening to audio books, attending OU sporting events, and most of all, spending time with her husband Rob, and their two beautiful daughters.

Silken – Front Office Coordinator
With five and a half years of experience, Silken has always loved the dentistry field and wanted to follow in her mother’s footsteps as a Dental Assistant. Knowing that she would be excellent at easing anxiety for patients, she went to Moore Norman Technology Center and graduated from their Dental Assistant Program to pursue her dream. She enjoys learning about new techniques and technology while helping patients understand their treatment. 

Silken loves children and animals and would like to have a big family. When she’s not in the office she can usually be found chowing down on mexican cuisine, watching her favorite movies, or going to the zoo. She also has quite the talent in baking.

Crystal – Dental Assistant

Sam – Dental Assistant
Sam is a Registered Dental Assistant with 11 years of dental experience. She goes out of her way to ensure that her patients receive the best possible care and thoroughly enjoys getting to know them on a personal level. She works hard to ensure that every patient is comfortable and has a pleasant experience. “This practice is like a family,” Sam says, “and everyone has the same goal of taking excellent care of our patients.”

Sam enjoys spending time with her husband, Brad, as well as friends and family, and she enjoys baking in her spare time.

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Rawley – Therapy Dog
Rawley joined the team in September 2017 to help patients who have anxiety during dental treatment. He brightens up the office every morning when he arrives to welcome patients with a wagging tail. At night, Rawley goes home with the doctor and plays with her daughters and two other furry pals.