Our friendly staff members make every visit enjoyable by treating patients as if they were members of our own family. We look forward to meeting you!
Carla has been with Dr. Palmer since 2000 and has been in the dental field for 30 years. She started out as a Red Cross Volunteer for the United States Air Force and worked in the Dental Clinic at Columbus AFB Mississippi for 2 years.
Carla has 2 grown sons and 2 canine children. She also has 3 perfect grandchildren~which are the best thing that ever happened to her!
She loves to read and workout. She has run 14 Half Marathons since she turned 50.
She likes bunnies. She doesn’t eat meat. She loves the Washington Redskins. She tries to smile all the time.
Some of her favorite quotes:
“The miracle isn’t that I finished, the miracle is that I had the courage to start.” John Bingham
“I am not a vegetarian because I hate meat. I am a vegetarian because I hate vegetables! LOL!”
Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused. ~Anonymous~
Renee has been Dr. Palmer’s hygienist since 2010 and has been in dentistry for 11 years. She graduated from Sheridan College in Wyoming where she got her AAS in Dental Hygiene.
Renee is married with 3 children. The family moved to Dallas from Montana so the oldest 2 could attend train in gymnastics. The family is crazy about playing hockey.
Renee is very busy with all of the kids activities and loves working out and riding her bike when time allows. She has an outdoor spirit and misses Montana…but not the cold.
Sandy has been a dental assistant for over 25 years. She is married with five grown children, five grandsons and thankful every day for her husband of 26 years and her crazy busy life! Sandy admits to having as many pictures of her two canine children on her phone as her gorgeous grandsons!
Sandy sums her life up with three words: Faith, Family and Friends. She loves to laugh and thinks kindness needs to be a vaccine.
“A good life is when you smile often, laugh a lot and realize how blessed you are for what you have.”