Meet our Hygienists
Kirstin Lammes-Easton, RDH a native of Rochester New York is a graduate of Monroe Community College in Rochester, NY where she earned an associate degree in Dental Hygiene. She has been in the dental field for over 15 years and a Registered Dental Hygienist for 11 years. Kirsten recently moved to Williamsburg from Chicago. She continues to keep up to date with continuing education for the latest technology. In her personal time, she enjoys her family time with her husband of 9 years and her two kids, traveling and volunteering.
Nancy Heath, RDH, brings over 25 years experience in clinical dental hygiene including periodontal therapy. Nancy’s expertise is providing preventative and therapeutic oral hygiene services including periodontal care, salivary diagnostic testing, and patient education resulting in optimal patient oral health.
A graduate of Westbrook College School of Dental Hygiene in Portland, Maine, Nancy’s New England roots were based in Connecticut. Nancy’s passion for her work contributed to the accolades of being associated with a practice consistently named “Top Dental Practice in Connecticut” by Connecticut Magazine. While in Virginia, Nancy embraced the science of the mouth’s relationship with total body wellness which is the latest trend in dentistry today. Her experience with salivary diagnostics, treatment modalities, and patient results convinced Nancy of the connection between the mouth and total body wellness. As a result, Nancy became a founding member of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health (AAOSH) in 2010. Nancy is referenced by Oral DNA labs for her expertise in this area.
On a personal note, Nancy and her husband Bill fell in love with Williamsburg while visiting their daughter Kelly, a graduate of The College of William & Mary. They moved here in the fall of 2010. A mother of four children, Nancy was very active with youth services within her community in Connecticut and she looks forward to community outreach with New Town Dental Arts. In addition to her work, Nancy loves the outdoors, playing tennis, cooking, and walking her dog Cody.
Ellen Cook, RDH a Smithfield native, earned her Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene from Old Dominion University in 2011. That same year she moved to Jacksonville Beach, Florida where she practiced dental hygiene until deciding to move back to Virginia to be closer to family and friends. In August 2013, she moved to Surry and joined the New Town Dental Arts Team. Ellen enjoys spending time with her family fishing, exercising and playing with her boxer Spartacus and new puppy Aria.