​​Dental Hygienists

Registered dental hygienists (RDH) are licensed oral health professionals who assist the doctor, thoroughly clean your teeth, screen for decay and disease, and help educate you about how to maintain great oral health. They often work side by side with the dentist to efficiently complete your care.

Our Staff

Capeside Family Dentistry

Alongside our exceptional dentists our friendly staff is our greatest asset. Our dental assistants and hygienists are licensed professionals who pride themselves on staying on the cutting edge of dentistry and patient communication. They are excited about what they are doing, have high standards of quality and integrity, and are motivated to achieve the best results for our family of patients.

 Julie Artley, Practice Plan Administrator

Managing Partner and Pharmacist with over 20 years of Pharmacy experience with extensive Retail pharmaceutical experience and post-graduate studies. Julie is our Practice Plan Administrator working to ensure your visit and practice subsequent financials are in order.  Julie develop and maintain processes and systems for clinical excellence and business efficiency; administrative trouble shooting and strategic planning.

2 Convenient Locations

A Privately Owned Dental Practice 

Most people talk about “seeing the dentist,” but in reality it takes an entire dental team to make your appointment run smoothly.In fact, after the front office staff, the first person you usually see is a dental hygienist who spends time assessing, cleaning and preparing your teeth for the treatment to come.

We love what we do, and it shows on our faces - it seems we're always smiling around here. You'll find our staff is friendly and up-beat--and we'll do our best to make your visit comfortable, and even fun! And all the while we'll be providing you with the highest quality dental care.Don't be surprised if it's the best time you've had in a dental office.

CPR Recertification Day

Capeside staff participates in yearly CPR courses conducted in affiliation with the American Heart Association, which has updated the guidelines for performance of Basic Life Support. This is the course required by healthcare facilities in order to acquire and maintain employment. We are proud to keep our staff up-to-date on CPR. We covered all aspects of adult, child and infant resuscitation, using didactic, practical and return demonstration methods of training. The 1 to 1 manikin to student ratio increased the amount of time spent on actual skills, resulting in enhanced retention.