I grew up in western Nebraska and bleed Cornhusker red. If you would have asked me when I was young what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would have told you an architect, an attorney, or a teacher. I never would have said dentist. In college, while working on a degree in secondary education, I worked in a hospital as a radiology aide and learned to love the medical professions. After a year of student teaching in Ohio, I realized teaching was not for me. I spent six years in undergrad trying to determine just what it was I wanted to do for a career. During this time I met my wife and we got married in July of 2001. I went to night school in order to work days and put her through Dental Hygiene school. I was introduced to dentistry through her family. After many hours of research and shadowing, I decided on dentistry as my major. I was accepted and spent four years at theUniversity of Nebraska’s College of Dentistry and graduated in May 2008. I love all sports, except for soccer, and enjoy spending time with my family and my two dogs.
I grew up in the dental office. My father is Dr. Harvey Weber. I started out as a child licking stamps and folding letters and then began doing more advanced clerical work. By the time I was a teenager I was working in the lab pouring up models. I received a Bachelor’s of Dental Hygiene from the University of Nebraska in 2002 and worked for six years in that profession while putting my husband through dental school. At the same time, I went to night school for my Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling. We moved to Farmington in 2008. My husband, Dr. Travis Watson, and I purchased the practice from my dad in 2011. All the years I’ve spent in the office and my experience as a hygienist working in different offices and even the University setting has really helped me to understand the ins and outs of a dental practice and I enjoy being able to do a variety of jobs here.
Growing up, I always loved going to the dentist to get my teeth cleaned. As I got older, I began thinking I would like to help other people gain a beautiful smile and confidence. I graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2004 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Dental Hygiene. I started at Pinon Hills Dental in 2006. In August 2009, I was married to my best friend, Andy. Together, we have two kids, labrador retrievers named Montana and Hazel. We recently lost Montana who was 13.5 years old. I am very active outside of the office in my professional association, the American Dental Hygienists’ Association. I have been elected to various positions at the local, state, and national levels including local society president, state secretary, and delegate to the national conference. I am passionate about working with the state and national legislatures through the ADHA to gain access to quality dental care for everyone.
Yvette began working with PHD part-time and now works three days a week. She has two daughters with her husband Reagan.
Assistant to Dr. Watson
Brenda is our flamingo loving lady. Flamingoes always bring a smile to her face with their color and grace.
Rena has been with us since July 2017. She is an avid mountain biker and hiker.
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