Meghan McGrath grew up in Conche, a small town on the Northern Peninsula. Her interest in the dental field started from a young age and she was always excited to visit the dental hygiene students doing their work terms at the health centre in her area. Meghan attended Memorial University in St. John's prior to attending George Brown College in Toronto, ON where she graduated from their dental hygiene program with honours in 2010.
Meghan then accepted a position with the Dental Department of Labrador Grenfell Health Authority, based out of St. Anthony, as a dental hygienist and oral health promoter. She spent 4 years working with dentists from many different countries/backgrounds and particularly enjoyed educating long-term care facilities, schools, daycare groups and minor hockey teams in the region on oral health topics. Meghan started working at Concept Dental in 2015 in a maternity leave position and now works with us full time. She loves getting to know her patients and helping them feel relaxed and comfortable. When not working, Meghan loves to spend time with family and friends, especially her 3 year old son, Gabe. She loves the outdoors and enjoys walks in the woods, skiing, snowmobiling and boating.
Natalie McDonald is originally from St. Anthony, and has a dental background that extends 10 years. In 2006, Natalie graduated dental assisting at Kevin College with an hounours diploma, and was employed at a periodontal office and general dentistry office in St. John's. Natalie knew once she began work that hygiene was her end goal. So, in 2008 , Natalie moved to Burlington, Ontario and was enrolled in the Canadian College of Dental Health and graduated in 2010. Natalie has been employed with Concept Dental as a hygienist since 2013.
Natalie prides herself as a mother to her toddler, Cade. She and her family love camping, hiking, and travelling.
Marsha Fry is an enthusiastic dental hygienist with almost 15 years’ experience behind her. She worked in a periodontal practice for almost 7 years where she was able to help many people achieve oral health. During this time, she became very comfortable working with nervous and anxious individuals, and has a quirky sense of humour to help people relax in clinic situations. Marsha has since worked in general dental clinics, and has found a balance to incorporate all that she has learned with her periodontal background into a typical dental appointment. She aims to educate individuals about risk factors/habits that can not only impact you dental health, but your overall health as well. Marsha enjoys when people are engaged in their dental treatment and encourages them to ask lots of questions about treatment and products. Not all individuals are the same, with so many backgrounds, health issues, dental issues, etc., she will help to customize your hygiene appointment to fit YOU, so you too can be healthier and smile bigger.
Marsha received her B.Sc at Memorial University and furthered her education at Dalhousie. Together with her husband Todd, they have two very active and funny little boys and are constantly on the go.