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June 19, 2014

Dental Bliss welcomes new staff members

Dental Bliss is pleased to welcome three new staff members to their Hermitage office.

Business Associate Amy Evans brings her knowledge of clinical and business administration to the office of Michael Atchley, DDS at Dental Bliss-Hermitage. Amy has over 15 years of experience in both clinical and front office positions and will be a great asset to this team of care professionals.

Business Associate Chelsea Barker joins the front office team of Dental Bliss and brings her experience as a member of the American Association of Dental Office Managers and is also a Certified Dental Coder. She will use this knowledge to increase the patient experience and level of customer service offered by our team.

Business Associate Sharyn Nathan joins Dental Bliss with years of clinical and front office experience. She will be employed in the Front office position where she will be able to put her knowledge to use benefiting our patients.

With locations in Franklin and Hermitage, Dental Bliss offers a unique dental practice that provides a spa-like environment and custom technology that delivers pain-free care and attention to detail in caring for all of its patients.

In the Hermitage/Old Hickory location, Dr. Michael Atchley and his team have provided high-end services to patients for 30 years, specializing in aesthetic and restorative dentistry. He has been voted the #1 Dentist in Nashville for the past six years with the Toast of Music City.

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