MEET OUR OPTIMA DENTAL SPA
PACIFIC NORTHWEST TEAM
Each member of our professional Optima Dental team is committed to staying on top of their field with the latest in dental innovations and technologies. We are dedicated to increasing our knowledge through continuing education and supplemental training. You can count on the highest dental safety measures to ensure the protection and well-being of our patients. We follow or exceed the standards recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA), the Center for Disease Control (CDC), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). No matter which Optima Dental Spa you visit, you will be in good hands.
MARY CORRELL, DMD
Dr. Correll earned her doctor of dental surgery degree from the University of Minnesota.
Dr. Correll believes in listening to each patient and creating a partnership to maintain and improve lifelong health. During her consultations, she explains patients’ conditions clearly and helps them choose an appropriate treatment plan.
DR. HILLARY HAWKINS
LYNN JONES, AAACD, FICOI
DR. TROY KEMAHLI
DR. BRIANNE LESLIE
DR. AUDREY MCNAMARA
DR. Dane Nelson
DR. Dain Paxton
After graduating from USC, Dr. Dain Paxton, attended OHSU for dental school graduating in 1997. Dr. Paxton has practiced in a variety of settings running the gamut from public health to “high end” boutique-type practices. Over the years he has gained experience treating patients from all walks of life, needing care from the simplest of restorative procedures to the complex full mouth and/or cosmetic rehabilitation. In 2015 Dr. Paxton completed a post-doctoral Master’s degree/residency program, again at USC, in Orofacial Pain and Oral Medicine, giving him advanced, multidisciplinary training to diagnose and treat patients with complex/compromised medical histories, and those suffering from orofacial pain conditions, orofacial sensory disturbances, oral motor disturbances, and oral mucosal diseases. He also has training in the treatment of sleep disordered breathing!
Dr. Paxton was born and raised in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California near Tahoe. Consequently, growing up he and his family skied a lot, both snow and water. Dr. Paxton’s father was a professional musician and educator, therefore grew up with music as an integral part of his life; and it still is. His mother was a speech and language pathologist who worked with deaf kids and children with speech impediments. Dr. Paxton is trying to learn American Sign Language to actually have a conversation with anyone!