Registered Dental Hygienist
Amy Mack (Bracken) is going into her 23rd year in the dental field. After 12 years of dental assisting, front office and lab work, Amy completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Dental Hygiene at Northern Arizona University in 2003. Working with disabled and special needs patients are challenges that she enjoys because it brings health, comfort and happiness to some who were previously not inclined to make dental visits. Amy feels as though educating patients and families about their personal health and dental needs reduces fears and helps them taking an active part in improving upon their care from childhood to elderly. Laser assisted periodontal care is among Amy’s skills along with all other aspects of dental hygiene.
Raising her two daughters , who do everything from racing anything on wheels to 4-H, keeps Amy pretty busy. Family is always number one and feels blessed she can live in Kingman 40 years and be a part of their lives and support one another in careers and raising family. She takes and active role in community including The Fight Against Violence in memory of Holly Mack which supports the Kingman High School Girls Golf, Kingman Aid to Abused People, and Grace Lutheran Church.