Meet the Central Kansas Dentistry Team
Gentle and Compassionate – This Team Really Cares!
Kim, Dental Assistant
A graduate of Salina Area Technical College, Kim loves her work at Central Kansas Dentistry because of the people she works with and the patients she sees. Says Kim, “I love that all of the staff gets along so well both inside and outside the office. I also really enjoy meeting and getting to know our patients. But what is most satisfying is seeing the changes in people’s lives that occur when we fix their smiles. Dr. Williams goes above and beyond to give patients the best care possible and the best of treatments out there.”
Kim lives on a farm outside of Ellsworth with her husband, Jake, and in her free time, you can find her working and enjoying activities on the farm.
Mychel, Dental Hygienist
Mychel received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Kansas State University and her Associate Degree in Dental Hygiene from Wichita State University. As our dental hygienist, Mychel is in charge of keeping patients’ teeth and gums healthy and responsible for educating patients about how to take care of their mouths at home. “I love educating patients and answering any questions they have,” says Mychel. “Getting to know our patients as people rather than just a mouth is really important. We truly care about each person that comes through our door. It is amazing to see a patient gain back their full confidence and smile after the completion of their dental work. It is priceless!”
Mychel lives with her husband, Adam and two daughters, Mykena and Lakyn, in Ellsworth. In her free time, she loves to travel, cook, read, work outside in the yard, take her daughters on walk adventures and spend time with family and friends.
Carmon, Certified Dental Assistant
With advanced, postgraduate training and a certification from the National Dental Assisting Board, Carmon has worked with Dr. Williams for over 20 years! She is cross-trained for dental assisting and front office work, which makes her indispensable in every way. “Working here is not just a job for me. I truly love what I do,” says Carmon. “I think the art of being nice is almost lost in today’s world. But I feel that our office makes people feel that we care. We always strive to be nice and compassionate with every patient. Getting to know people as friends not just patients can also help people feel comfortable about seeing the dentist again. Helping people feel like smiling again is a wonderful thing!”
In her free time, Carmon loves spending time with her husband Clayton and their two sons, Roy and Dalton. She also loves to read and to help kids with youth activities at her church.