Gentle Dental Hygienists
Originally from Vietnam via Dodge City, Truc has been with our office 10 years now. Spends her day both caring for and entertaining her patients. Truc is always happy to lend an ear, listening and getting to know her patients. She has 2 daughters, a dog, a cat, and an extended family that fill her house and her hours away from the office. On occasion, Truc might be heard joking that "my English not so good", but be assured her dental hygiene skills are excellent.
Brenna graduated from UMKC 26 years ago and has been with our office (save one sabbatical) ever since. Brenna would love to be your hygienist as she relishes the chance to make new great friends. She enjoys gardening, cooking, bragging about her beautiful dog, and sometimes even bragging about her husband. Brenna is a die-hard MU fan and derives much pleasure from teasing her KU friends.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Billie started her career in dentistry. She has loved her job since she started as a dental assistant at the age of 19. She then worked as a dental receptionist before continuing her education and earning her license to practice dental hygiene. She feels like she has realized her goal of having a bigger impact on people's lives and their oral health. Billie is married with two grown daughters and loves spending time with her two grandchildren.
Jennifer joined Dr. Winburn's practice in the fall of 2012. She thrives on providing the best of care to her patients and helping them achieve optimal oral health. When not in the office, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, relaxing at the Lake of the Ozarks, and training for marathons.(!) Did we mention that she's just a little bit crazy?
Veronica is another import from Dodge City, having joined our team in July, 2014. She has two furry, four-legged children at home, and enjoys spending her free time with her family and camping and traveling with her partner. Veronica takes pride in her work and loves to be able to provide great care for her patients, but she's been known to have to answer to several different names here at the office.