Dr. Rachael Creisher
Dr. Rachael Creisher, DMD, is a graduate of The University of New England's College of Dental Medicine and board certified general dentist. During her time at UNE, she also earned a Certificate of Public Health. Dr. Creisher graduated summa cum laude from The University of Southern Maine with a Bachelor of Science degree in human biology.
In order to preserve oral health, Dr. Creisher aims to treat disease preventatively whenever possible. As an Associate Fellow with Biolase, Dr. Creisher
is happy to offer laser dentistry to her patients.
Laser dentistry is very conservative and known to reduce discomfort during dental procedures.
Skilled in all aspects of general dentistry, she especially enjoys cosmetic and prosthetic cases. Patients agree that she successfully creates a comfortable, pleasant atmosphere that puts even the most anxious patients at ease.
Dr. Creisher is active in public health volunteering. She educates and provides dental care to the community through various outreach programs such as Health Care for the Homeless, Bright Smiles, The Dental Wellness Center, and the Headstart programs. She was also part of Medical Teams International dental trip to Honduras in 2010 and plans to be involved in more international dental trips in the future.
Dr. Creisher lives in South Portland with her two sons and their dog.
Meet Our Team...
Ms. Casey - Registered Dental Hygienist
Casey graduated from University of New England in 2004 with her Associate degree. Casey grew up in northern Maine but has called southern Maine home since 2001. She enjoys reading, camping and spending time with her family & friends. Casey especially enjoys time with her husband, dog and nieces & nephew.
Ms. Kari - Financial Coordinator
Kari resides in Wells Maine with her husband Brett and son Evan. She served in the United States Air Force for 10 years as an Office Administrator. She is currently working to complete her A.S. is Business Management at Granite State College. She is very active is the Wells Elementary School PTSA and were she serves as its President. Kari enjoys kayaking, going to the beach and spending time with her family
Ms. Stacey, CDA, EFDA, FAADOM
Dental Practice Administrator
Stacey resides in southern Maine with her family.
She has been in the dental field since 1997. She is a Certified and
Expanded Duty Function Dental Auxiliary in Maine & New Hampshire.
She also holds her Business Administration Degree.
Stacey has been certified by the National Oral & Maxillofacial Anesthesia Board and is an active member with AADOM where she earned her fellowship. Stacey enjoys teaching dental programs at the local community college as well as volunteering within the dental and school communities. She enjoys her family & friends, camping, hunting, fishing, photography,cooking, gardening & car shows.
Ms. Staci - Patient Coordinator
Staci has been in the medical/dental field for 25 years. She lives in southern Maine with her husband and son. She enjoys long walks on the beach, riding bikes, camping, listening to music, volunteering, spending time with family, friends and her rescue pups.
Ms. Brianna - Dental Assistant
Brianna has been working as a dental assistant since 2012 making patients feel at ease with her gentle approach and caring attitude. When she's not at work spending time with her husband and their two little girls is her favorite thing to do.Being at the lake, funtown, the trampoline park, shopping or out to eat the kids happiness always come first. Born and raised in southern Maine.
Ms. Danielle - Registered Dental Hygienist
Danielle has been in the dental field since 1996. She graduated with honors in 2002 from Assumption College with her bachelors degree in Biology. She then pursued her Dental Hygiene License from Springfield Technical Community College in 2007 where she earned entrance into the National Dental Hygiene Honor Society Sigma Phi Alpha. Danielle is a new resident to southern Maine having grown up in Northern Connecticut. She enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the beaches for sea glass.
-Dr. Rachael Creisher