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The Dental Team at Complete Family & Aesthetic Dentistry

Caring. Passionate. Dedicated.

When you enter Complete Family and Aesthetic Dentistry, you’ll feel welcome, cared for, and known—like you’re visiting a friend. We care about you—not just your smile.

We promise that you’ll always be an active participant in your dental care. We’ll take the time to explain your situation and your options until you feel comfortable making decisions about your care and treatment options.

Our Promise to You: Continuing Education and Comprehensive Care

Your overall dental health is our top priority and we take our responsibility very seriously. As a team, we’re dedicated to continuing our own dental education so we always provide you the best possible care. Dr. Wehking and her team complete hundreds of hours of continuing education per year. We do this so we can offer you comprehensive care rather than incident-by-incident care. We firmly believe this is the fastest and most cost-effective way to put you on the path to your healthiest smile.

Kimberly, Financial Coordinator

A native of Colorado, Kimberly has been in the dental field for almost five years, covering everything from front desk operations to insurance, billing, and treatment plans. She enjoys interacting with patients, making them feel welcome from the moment they walk through the door. She is excited to be part of a great dynamic team here at Complete Family and Aesthetic Dentistry.

Outside the office, Kimberly enjoys trying new restaurants, traveling, and spoiling her two canine companions.

Adele, Dental Assistant

Adele, a Colorado native, has been in the dental field for four years. She loves the hands-on aspect of being in the dental field and she’s always up for a new challenge! Adele is married with four kids (2 boys and 2 girls). Her favorite things to do are family activities, swimming, sports, fishing, and traveling.

Kendra, Dental Hygienist

Kendra grew up in Arvada and graduated from CU-Boulder with a Batchelor’s degree in communication. After graduation, she realized that she didn’t want a desk job and preferred a career where she could help people. She went back to school to earn her Bachelor’s degree in Dental hygiene from the University of Colorado School of Dentistry.

Kendra has been a hygienist for 12 years. She loves being a hygienist because she loves meeting new people. She prides herself on making anxious patients feel more relaxed about their appointment. She is very thorough and loves giving her patients a healthy smile.

Kendra married her college sweetheart, Kevin. They have 3 kids: Jayden, Paxton and Harper and a goldendoodle named Casey and a Bernedoodle named Rafiki. In her spare time, she loves spending time with family and friends.

Tami, Dental Hygienist

Tami grew up in Louisville and has been a hygienist for 18 years. She went to the CU School of Dentistry for her hygiene training.

She has been married to her husband, Steve, for 15 years. They have two daughters (age 10 and 12) and a rescue dog named Goose. She loves to be outdoors and travel.

Chairel, Dental Hygienist

Chairel grew up in Ketchikan, Alaska. She graduated from Pacific University with a Bachelors of Science in Dental Hygiene in 2018, but her career didn’t start there! She was a pediatric dental assistant prior to becoming a dental hygienist, and has been in the dental field for nine years.

Chairel was actually a patient at our office before we snagged her as a hygienist! See her journey here.

She enjoys spending time outdoors, trying new restaurants/cuisine, attending concerts, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.

Daisy, Therapy Dog (In-Training)

Daisy, a Cavapoo, is our therapy dog in-training. Her strengths are snuggles, naps, and accepting belly rubs. She ruptured a disc in her back jumping into bed in 2022 and has been paralyzed since. Don’t worry, she’s not in any pain! She is still living her best life, she walks 3 miles/day in her wheelchair! Don’t be alarmed if you see her scooting around out of the wheelchair, it can be sort of creepy (she can’t lay down in the wheelchair so we have to give her some rest).

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