Monica Rindom, Registered Dental Hygienist
I have worked in dentistry for 17 years, starting out as a Certified Dental Assistant and became a Registered Dental Hygienist 14 years ago. I am a small-town girl and was raised in Huntsville. I have worked in Dr. Fuhrman’s office for the past 12 years. The one thing that has really stood out to me the most is the fun and friendly “small-town” atmosphere of the office. I have built strong relationships with my patients, which has been one of the most fulfilling aspects of my career.
Nicole Bentley, Registered Dental Hygienist
After graduating from UMKC in 2009 with bachelors degree in dental hygiene, I came back to my hometown of Moberly where I practiced in an office for eight years. I joined Dr Fuhrman’s team May of 2017. It was an easy transition to such a fun office with great coworkers! One of my favorite things about working as a dental hygienist is getting to know my patients, forming a relationship with them and making them feel comfortable at the dental office. Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with my husband and two boys traveling, boating, fishing and hanging out in our backyard.
Karen Coons, Front Office/Reception
After graduating from Parkway Central High School in St. Louis, I attended Forest Park Community College to acquire a degree in Dental Hygiene. I began working at this office as a Registered Dental Hygienist in 1992. I transitioned to the front desk in 2010. My years of practicing hygiene allow me to assist people when they call with dental issues. Over the years, I have developed a relationship with our patients. These patients and my team members make this a wonderful place to work.
Gina Raney, Dental Assistant
I began my dental career working eight years as an orthodontic assistant for Dr. William Ramlow. For the past 15 years, I have been at this office assisting Dr. Fuhrman. I enjoy my job because I like helping people and improving their smiles and making them feel good about themselves. The most important part of my job is to make patients feel comfortable during their dental visit.
Sherry Clark, Front Office/Reception
Before joining Dr. Fuhrman’s office, I had worked at other health care offices and then ten years for the University of Missouri. I love working in the front of the office, and I am usually the first face that you’ll see when you walk in the door! I strive to make patients feel “welcomed” when they call or arrive for their appointment. I get to see different faces everyday, and I enjoy the upbeat staff and our wonderful patients on a daily basis.