Andrea was born and raised in Connecticut. She has been with Farmington Village Dental since 2002 when she started out as Dr. Nadeau’s only employee. When Andrea joined Farmington Village Dental she was both the dental assistant and the receptionist. These days she spends the majority of her time on the business side. She schedules appointments, processes dental insurance, and makes financial arrangements. Meanwhile, she still occasionally assists Drs. Nadeau and Krause during dental procedures. Andrea does a lot to help our office run smoothly, and we are so thankful for her many talents! In her personal life Andrea is married to her high school sweetheart, Phil, and has two sons. In her free time, Andrea loves running, playing soccer, and doing art projects.
Stephanie was born and raised in New Hampshire. She is a dental assistant and has been with Farmington Village Dental since 2008. Stephanie has two daughters and enjoys country music and spending time with family and friends. When she gets the chance, she also enjoys snowboarding. An interesting fact about Stephanie is that she used to work on a cruise ship!
Ashley was born and raised in Connecticut, and currently resides in Burlington with her husband and her fur baby named Saber. She received her dental hygiene degree from Tunxis Community College and has been a part of the Farmington Village Dental team since 2013. In her free time Ashley loves to travel and do any and all outdoor activities.
Sue was born and raised in CT and has been with Farmington Village Dental since 2015. She is a Dental Assistant who assists our doctors with procedures. Sue says the best thing about being a dental assistant is the connections she gets to make with our patients, helping them feel more comfortable and confident during their dental treatment. Sue has two grown daughters and lives in Berlin with her husband, Bill. In her free time you can find Sue in her garden, doing DIY projects, or spending time at the beach. In a previous life Sue worked with a florist and she is the talent behind many floral arrangements and decorations you see in our office. Another fun fact about Sue is that she used to own a costumed balloon delivery service.
Lindsey was born and raised on Cape Cod, MA. She moved to CT in 2011 and she, her husband and their three young and extremely active boys have resided there ever since. Lindsey earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from UMass Amherst and her Dental Hygiene degree from Tunxis Community College. During her time in the dental hygiene program she received several awards and graduated at the top of her class. The most rewarding part of being a dental hygienist for Lindsey is seeing the improvements in her patient’s oral health. When she’s not caring for and educating her patients on optimal oral health, Lindsey and her family love hiking, biking, running, swimming, camping and having epic dance parties in the living room.
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A Little More About Our Practice…
Continuing Education & Training
Rest assured that we are fully trained and certified to provide you with the most up to date dentistry you are looking for. Several times a year the entire staff attends dental conferences and seminars to keep informed about new developments in patient care, new products, equipment, and advancements in dental treatment techniques.
Patient Consultation & Information
Knowledge is power. We want to empower you to make informed decisions about your oral health. The first step to evaluating dental health is to actually look at overall health by reviewing your medical history as well as reviewing your current medications. Next, we will examine all of your teeth visually. To aid us in this process, we may use an intraoral dental camera that enables us to take pictures so you get to see what we see in your mouth. If we decide they are necessary we will also take x-rays. Finally, we will discuss with you what we see, and we will discuss what your treatment options are. It will be up to you to do as much or as little as you want, in a time frame that is comfortable for you. We help you make healthy choices!
Positive Childhood Dental Visits
Early dental care ensures healthier teeth and better facial growth for your child, and it can also lower the cost of dental treatment needed in later years. More than 1 in 4 children in the U.S. have cavities by age 4, and some as early as age 2. We want to reduce your child’s risk of developing cavities so we often have conversations with parents about food choices and dietary habits that affect oral health. We believe that a very important part of childhood dental visits is learning how cavities happen. We do our best to make it easy and fun for both parents and children to learn about good oral health habits. We are here to provide positive dental experiences for your child (and you) right from the first visit!
What Patients Say about Us:
“The hygienists are among the nicest, most helpful people I have ever met. They really explained everything and that helped me understand why I need what I need.” — Marie V.
“I love Dr. Nadeau and her team. My husband and son are also patients, and we all love the personal treatment we receive at Farmington Village Dental and the cleanliness of the office.” — Laurel Y.
“Always a good experience. Staff is friendly, efficient & helpful.” — Sheila G.
“I can’t say enough about the professional care given to me at all times at Farmington Village Dental. The entire staff is just great! They are courteous, friendly, and always smiling.” — Jeanne B.
“I have always been dentist phobic, but this place has cured me of that! They treat you like a person and not just another job to complete. Highly recommend this practice!” — John F.
“Happy happy happy! I am so happy I found a place that is good for both me and my kids. Nothing ever hurts, they run reasonably on time and everyone is friendly.” — C. Anukin
“I’ve been a patient for over 8 years at Farmington Village Dental and have always had a very positive experience! A great team that is up-to-date on the latest techniques.” — Ed P.