Amanda Jeffrey comes to our practice with 16 years of periodontal experience as a hygienist.
Amanda has seen her fair share of gum disease and inflammatory conditions affect the tissues surrounding the teeth. If bacteria and oral inflammation cause bone loss, then deep cleaning or even surgery may be required to regain a healthy mouth. Periodontal disease has been linked to heart health, stroke, diabetes, and premature births. This is why it is so important to
Amanda tries to get her patients to recognize that oral health and systemic health go hand in hand. One affects the other, so keep your diet and teeth clean!
When Amanda is not educating patients, she finds joy in snow-skiing with her family, watching her daughter cheer and her son wrestle.