Courtney Gentry – Office Manager
A native of Arizona, Courtney Gentry brought the warmth of her native state with her in the form of her smile and the extra helping of understanding you experience with each interaction. Bubbly, outgoing, lively, and caring is how our patients describe this go-getter. Courtney graduated from Arizona State University in 2014 with a Bachelor Degree and has worked in the dental field ever since. Her busy days at Station Dental include managing the office, answering phones, scheduling patients and helping them with insurance and billing. Courtney loves to try new things, spend time with her boyfriend, shop, go to the movies, take spin classes, and travel.
“Helping people makes me happy. I love the people in this office from the patients to the incredible team I’m a part of. Being able to help and make things comfortable and easy for patients is the best part of my day. I really do believe in going the extra mile. Dr. Strauss is incredible at what he does, and the work he’s completed for his patients is nothing short of spectacular. Add Pat – our wonderful hygienist– and myself, and all our experience and expertise, and I think you are getting the best experience and care all around, everytime.”
Patricia – Registered Dental Hygienist
Patricia is our full-time dental hygienist who has been working in periodontics for almost 30 years. She has been with Dr. Strauss since 1997, and has a loyal following of patients. She graduated from Forsyth School of Dental Hygiene in 1987 with an Associate of Science degree from Northeastern University, and she continues to learn and grow by attending yearly lectures at conferences and taking continuing education credit courses. In fact, she is licensed to administer local anesthesia! Patricia is very thorough, knowledgeable, and takes excellent care of her patients. She lives in Roslindale with her beautiful daughter and wonderful husband, and when not elbow deep in plaque, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and staying actively involved in her church.
“Aside from knowing my patients’ oral health, I like to know my patients on a personal level. It makes me a better person, better hygienist, and makes for a better experience for my patients.”