Dr. Nicole received her Bachelor of Science in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She graduated from Case School of Dental Medicine with the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), with honors. While in dental school, she received the Eleanor Bushee Award from the American Association of Women Dentists for high academic merit and leadership in the field of dentistry. During her four years of dental school, Dr. Nicole was appointed by faculty to serve on the Ethics and Honor Committee.
Dr. Nicole has completed advanced training at the world renowned Pankey Institute. She has over 200 hours of continuing education training on temporal mandibular pain (TMD/TMJ) and occlusion.
She is Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life support trained.
Dr Nicole is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and the Cleveland Academy of Advanced Dental Education.
Dr. Nicole’s goal is to help all her patients value their oral health and understand how it plays a pivotal role in their overall health. It is her goal to help patients understand their dental conditions and deliver quality and personalized care.
Dr. Nicole loves the community of Northeast Ohio and enjoys giving back. She has traveled to many schools during February (National Children’s Dental Health Month) to get children excited about taking care of their teeth and seeing the dentist. Because of her involvement, she has been featured in the Kirtland Gazette, the Plain Dealer, Mentor Life and the Heart of Lake County Magazine.
When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Dr. Mike, and their two boys. Dr. Nicole enjoys reading, running and photography; and she has won several photography awards, shooting pictures with her Cannon DSLR.