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Want to feel a part of a place that is dedicated to keeping you and your oral health in top shape? Please feel free to contact Dr. Colleen Mohn DMD, FAGD at 432.218.4389 to schedule your appointment to know more about how you can get your smile shining again!
Meet Our Team
Melanie, our financial coordinator, joined our team in 2000. She is also a registered dental assistant with over 30 years of experience. She enjoys being an advocate for our patients’ oral and overall health by guiding them through our financial options. Her goal is to help patients achieve optimal oral health and wellness. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, reading, and spoiling her grandsons.
Nikki joined our dental team in 2017 with over 20 years of dental experience. She takes pride in making our patients feel completely comfortable. Nikki’s number one goal is to provide our patients with the highest quality dental care in a comfortable and friendly environment. She enjoys spending time with her kids and watching golf.
Registered Dental Hygienist
Sue joined our team in 1994 and has over 33 years in the dental field. She attended hygiene school in Amarillo. Sue wants to make a difference in the overall health of our patients by collaboratively preventing oral disease, educating, and training our patients on how to achieve the highest level of optimal oral health and wellness. She enjoys the outdoors and spending time with family, especially her two grandsons, and friends.
Registered Dental Assistant
Dee joined our team in 2014 and brought with her 8 years of experience in all phases of dentistry, including orthodontics. Dee always has a big, welcoming smile on her face. She enjoys caring for our patients and educating them toward overall health and wellness. Dee is very active in her church and enjoys working with youth. Her spare time is filled with activities with her church, family, and especially her daughter, Ke’leis.
Courtney was born in Lubbock and grew up in Odessa, Texas. She graduated from Permian High School in 2002 before going on to hygiene school at Howard College in Big Spring where she graduated in 2016. The same year she received her Associate’s degree in Applied Science. Courtney has also received additional advanced training, becoming CPR certified by the American Heart Association, nitrous oxide certified, and laser certified. Her favorite part of this job is helping people feel great about their smile. Courtney is happily married with four kids—two boys and two girls. In her free time, she loves spending time with family, enjoying outdoor activities, exercising, and watching football.
Registered Dental Hygienist
Monica is a native Midlander who grew up and attended school in Greenwood. She received her Dental Hygiene education at Howard College in Big Spring, Tx. While continuing her studies at Howard College, Monica was awarded the 2017 Golden Scaler award, the Alice B. Haynes 110% award and was the outstanding Dental Hygiene Student recipient for two years in a row. Monica is the true optimist who always see the glass half full. She is very grateful for her husband and best friend of nineteen years and their daughter who attends Greenwood High School. Monica enjoys meeting new people and is always ready to travel and immerse herself into new places. She excels in working with our patients in easing the dental phobias and educating them about their dental health.
Registered Dental Assistant
Hilda joined our team in 2020, bringing along with her 14 years of experience as a Dental Assistant. She enjoys helping patients to feel confident in their smile and to reach optimal dental health. Originally from California and Nebraska, she moved to Andrews, Texas to be closer to family. Hilda is a single mom to four wonderful children – three boys and 1 girl.
Registered Dental Assistant
Veronica was born and raised in West Odessa and attended Career Center High School. She then attended Odessa College where she became passionate about dentistry and helping people in need. This led to her being in the dental field for 10 years and taking on various roles such as general dentist assistant and clinical dental manager as well as expanding her services to include oral surgery, endodontics, general anesthesia, pediatrics, and orthodontics. Veronica has two twin boys and one daughter with her husband of 19 years and enjoys spending time with her family.
Karina started out as a patient at Health Centered Dentistry and soon joined our team. She loves to communicate with her patients to fulfill their needs in any way that she can. Karina graduated from UTPB with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication. She never imagined working in the dental field but is so grateful for the opportunity to grow alongside her amazing coworkers and doctors. Eventually, her goal is to continue learning even more about dentistry and move up with her team. In her spare time, she loves working out, spending time with her family and friends as well as with her sweet Labrador dog named Bravo.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are a few of the most frequently asked questions our Midland Dentist patients have about dentistry and oral health issues. If you have any other questions, or would like to schedule an appointment, we would love to hear from you. Please feel free to contact us!
Q: How often should I have a dental exam and cleaning?
A: You should have your teeth checked and cleaned at least twice a year, though your dentist or dental hygienist may recommend more frequent visits. Regular dental exams and cleaning visits are essential in preventing dental problems and maintaining the health of your teeth and gums. I cannot stress this enough. There are many things that are checked and monitored to help detect problems, prevent issues, and maintain your dental health. Many of these include:
- Medical history review
- Examination of diagnostic x-rays
- Oral cancer screenings
- Gum disease evaluation
- Examination for tooth decay
- Removal of calculus (tartar)
- Removal of plaque
- Teeth polishing
- Oral hygiene recommendations
- Review dietary habits
As you can see, a good dental exam and cleaning involve quit a lot more than just checking for cavities and polishing your teeth. We are committed to providing you with the best possible care, and to do so will require regular check-ups and cleanings.
Q: How often should I brush and floss?
Toothbrushing – Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Once after breakfast each morning, and again before going to bed at night. Always use an ADA approved soft bristle brush. We recommend the Sonicare electric brushes for everyone. These brushes are amazing devices and we have seen tremendous improvement in our patients’ oral health just by changing to this brush. We carry these brushes in our office at a very affordable price. Ask us about these great brushes!
Flossing – Daily flossing is the best way to clean between the teeth and under the gumline. Nothing substitutes for flossing! Floss holders or the “floss pics” are recommended if you have difficulty using conventional floss. Always floss before brushing.
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