Jayme Austin has recently become the new owner of Fine Dental Hygiene as of June, 2018. Jayme has taken over for Marilynne Fine as she now heads into retirement.
Jayme is a registered dental hygienist who graduated from the College of New Caledonia in 2010. She began her career in private practice and has progressed into periodontics for several years. After completing her schooling at the University of Washington and acquiring her license to practice dental hygiene in residential care, she joined Fine Dental Hygiene.
Kevin Jackson is a graduate of the University of Alberta, having obtained a Diploma in Dental Hygiene in 1990. He worked full time with Dr Ian Leitch Okanagan Dentistry in Kelowna from 1990 until 2008. He subsequently provided fill-in services at various dental offices in the valley.
Kevin completed his Diploma in Dental Care for the Disabled through the University of Washington in 2011. He then joined Fine Dental Hygiene, where he has become an integral part of our Care Site team.
Wendy Jobs received a diploma in dental hygiene in 1991. She attained a Masters degree in Education from Simon Fraser University and she worked at the College of New Caledonia, Dental Hygiene Program in Prince George as an educator for over 20 years. Additionally she was the Dental Curriculum Coordinator for 8 years. Wendy is currently a board member for the Commission of Dental Accreditation of Canada as well as an investigator for the College of Dental Hygienists of British Columbia (CDHBC).
Wendy has completed many projects and has served on many committees and assisted the dental hygiene profession over the years in a variety of ways. She is also licenced to practice dental hygiene independently in residential care facilities. Wendy and her family moved to Kelowna in the winter of 2014 and she is currently working for the British Columbia Dental Hygiene Association as well as providing care for clients of Fine Dental Hygiene.
Jessica has been working as a dental hygienist since 2004. She holds a Diploma in Dental Hygiene from the College of New Caledonia, and a Bachelor's of Dental Science in Dental Hygiene from the University of British Columbia. She also completed her Certificate in Dental Assisting in 2002 at Okanagan College. She holds a Dental Hygiene license that allows her to practice outside of traditional dental practice settings.
Jessica has worked in clinical practice, dental sales, and as a clinical and classroom Dental Hygiene instructor. She believes in treating people with compassion and helping people to achieve their best health outcomes.
Our mobile dental hygiene service is a great addition to available services at any long-term care facility. We invite all care home managers from Osoyoos to Salmon Arm to contact us for more information on how to add us to their list of service providers.