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Tiffany recently moved back home to Myrtle Beach after a career in clinical diagnostics and research of human genetics in Washington, DC. She has both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Dentistry is a second career for her, but already, Tiffany is certified in chairside dental assisting, dental office administration, Invisalign, CareCredit, and CPR/BLS. The best part of her job is watching people transform when we improve their smile.
When away from the office, Tiffany goes to the water. It is her happy place. She enjoys saltwater fishing and riding the golf cart to the beach. She also enjoys spending time with her family and her German shorthaired pointer named Captain.
Ashley is Dr. Markusen’s chairside dental assistant. She is from Ohio but has been living in the Murrells Inlet area for more than 15 years. A desire to learn the steady changing dental field is how she was first attracted to DocMark General & Cosmetic Dentistry.
Ashley attended the Palmetto School of Career Development. While studying as a dental assistant, she completed her internship with us. Soon after graduating she became part of DocMark’s dedicated team, who is committed to their patients. She enjoys the relationships she makes with all our patients.
Jessica has an associate’s degree in business (2012) as well as a bachelor’s degree in marketing (2014). In addition, she is certified in chairside dental assisting, administrative assisting, OSHA, CPR, and X-ray. Jessica has also completed training in anatomy and physiology and plans to study Invisalign and iTero next! Jessica loves her work because she is able to be a part of her patients gaining their confidence back. She enjoys seeing them smile more throughout their treatment process. Outside of work, Jessica likes spending time with her family. She also enjoys doing arts and crafts.
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