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Meet the Team Reading, MA Dentist | First Dental Associates
Carol Office Manager

Carol is our office manager. She comes with almost 40 years of dental experience. Carol started off as a certified dental assistant for the dean and other professors at Tufts University. after that she worked at a major dental insurance company as a Claims Specialist, where she received the “Service Excellence award”. She has been with Dr. Sadeghi since 2007.

But her biggest accomplishments were raising her four happy healthy children who are now happy healthy adults!
“I feel that First Dental associates is my second family and we treat our patients how we want our family to be treated. I think that is what makes our office special.”

Meet the Team Reading, MA Dentist | First Dental Associates
Laura Insurance Coodinator

Laura has been teaching Dental Office Management and Radiology for 20 years at Massasoit Community College. For over 30 years, she has a passion for teaching.

She is also a Dexis Trainer at Henry Schein. During her spare time, she enjoys cooking and baking — her award-winning Biscotti!

Meet the Team Reading, MA Dentist | First Dental Associates
Sue Dental Hygienist

Susan is a registered dental hygienist with over 20 years of experience in the dental field. She is a graduate of Middlesex Community College with an associate degree in dental hygiene as well as her license to administer local anesthesia.
Sue strongly believes in educating her patients on their oral health while delivering exceptional treatment. Many patients remark on her thorough yet gentle touch.

In her free time, Sue enjoys DIY home renovation projects and spending time with her husband and two girls.

Meet the Team Reading, MA Dentist | First Dental Associates
Melissa Dental Assistant

After graduating in 1987 she started her avocation in the dental field. She continued her education and attended the Boston University Dental Assisting Program graduating in 1988.

Since then she has been working in private practices in Maine, Ma, & NH.

In her spare time she enjoys being at the beach, watching sunsets, sunrises, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping and scrap-booking but most of all she enjoys spending time with her 3 beautiful children.

Meet the Team Reading, MA Dentist | First Dental Associates
Michelle Dental Hygienist

Michelle started her dental career working as a dental assistant for 11 years before attending Middlesex Community College and receiving an Associates in Science and Dental Hygiene Member of the American Dental Hygiene Association . Certified in CPR.

She is married with two children and resides in North Shore area . Outside of work, Michelle enjoys traveling.

Meet the Team Reading, MA Dentist | First Dental Associates
Julie Dental Hygienist

Julie grew up in the suburbs right outside of Boston and got her start in dentistry at the age of 16 as a receptionist. She then was on- the -job trained as a dental assistant and later went on to attend Forsyth School for Dental Hygienists.

She graduated in 1997 and has been working in private practice and in Research for years. In her free time, Julie enjoys hiking, stand-up paddle boarding and yoga. She lives near the beach with her 2 dogs, Jack and Daisy.

Call Today to Make an Appointment
With Saturday and evening hours available at First Dental Associates, finding the time for the dental care you and your family need couldn’t be easier. Call our reading, MA dental office at 781-435-7290 today to schedule an appointment with our Reading, MA dentist Dr. Sadeghi, or simply fill out our online form and one of our associates will contact you.
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