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New Faces at Sherwood Dental


You may have seen a few new faces at Sherwood Dental over the past couple of months. We are so happy to be expanding our business team, and welcome Deanna and Kerry to our office.

Deanna comes to us while working on her undergraduate studies; she currently has a background in Biological Sciences and Psychology; although you may see her in the courtroom in the future as she is studying to take her LSAT (Law School Admissions Test).

In addition to being a Netflix binge watcher Deanna is also bilingual and has family living in Denmark.

Kerry previously had the very rewarding job of raising her three children and taking care of her family. With her kids getting older, she now has decided to bring her bubbly and vibrant personality to our team.

She has lived in Sherwood Park all her life and enjoys going on long trail walks with friends and her dog Jasper.

Both these wonderful ladies will be working part-time on our business team. Get to know all our doctors and staff by visiting our About Us page then give us a call to book in!

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