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Woburn Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Ryan Clancy

Dr. Ryan Clancy

Ryan M. Clancy, DMD, MAGD, FPFA, LVIF has dedicated his career to helping patients achieve the best oral health and most attractive smiles possible. He returned to his hometown, after serving in the Army for eight years. His family has deep roots in the Boston and he knew he wanted to bring… Read Full Bio

Leslie Sullivan, RDH, Office Manager with the dental team of Dr. Ryan Clancy

Leslie Sullivan, RDH, Office Manager

After working many years in Human Resources and Banking, Leslie switched gears completely and returned to college to pursue a career in Health Care. Leslie received her Associate Degree in Dental Hygiene from Middlesex Community College in 2007. She has been with Divine Smiles since 2007. Originally from Cambridge, MA she now resides in Gloucester. Leslie pursued a career in Dental Hygiene because she understands why complete oral care is beneficial to patient’s overall health. She enjoys working at Divine Smiles because she can work with a dental team committed to advancing their skills and knowledge.

What are some things you like to do outside of the office? I love going to the beach, traveling, playing tennis and attending Boston sporting events, especially the Patriots.

Who most influenced your career? My Mother & Father’s work ethic was very influential to me growing up. They worked extremely hard to provide for our family no matter what challenges they may have faced, all the while making it look effortless.

Taylor, Patient Coordinator with the dental team of Dr. Ryan Clancy

Taylor, Patient Coordinator

I graduated with my Clinical and Administrative Medical Assisting degree from Southern Maine Community College. I knew that the health care field is what I felt most passionately about from a young age. I medical assisted for many years along with working full time in the hospitality industry.

What made you want to be a Patient Coordinator?

Its in the hospitality industry where I discovered how much I loved working with people and giving fantastic customer service. When I had the opportunity to work at Divine Smiles it was the best of both worlds. Dr. Clancy and the team truly cares for each patient all while giving exceptional customer service.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

When I’m not working, I spend most of my time with my very big family in the state of Maine. I have three sisters and lots of nieces and nephews that I love being an aunt to. I live in Somerville now and enjoy living so close to the city. On weekends I love to try new restaurants and recently picked up kickboxing.

Danielle, RDH on the dental team of Dr. Ryan Clancy

Danielle Harrison, RDH

After finishing my associate degree in Human Services from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. I decided to switch professions and enrolled in the dental hygiene program at Mount Ida College in 2002. In 2004 I graduated from Mount Ida College with an associate degree in dental science. I continue taking continuing education courses yearly to remain knowledgeable and up to date with the most recent dental technology and studies. I am originally from Somerville Mass and reside in Winthrop with my husband Mike and three children Samantha, Emma and Michael. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family traveling, running and watching my kids play sports. I have been working for Divine Smiles since 2006. I have enjoyed building relationships with the patients and the dental team.

What gets you out of bed? Usually my kids.

Who most influenced my career? Growing up watching my mother’s determination and outstanding work ethic motivated me to continue to move forward with my goals.

What do you like to do with your downtime? I enjoy running Deer Island with my husband and my kids. The kids love riding their bikes around the ocean path.

Debbie, RDH on the dental team with Dr. Ryan Clancy

Debbie White, RDH

I have been with Divine Smiles since 1997. Debbie started with the dental team as an assistant and with much encouragement from the practice she furthered her education at Middlesex Community College in Dental Hygiene, graduating in 2003. Debbie is now in the office part time as she is a full-time mom to her daughters. She loves seeing her patients that she has formed a relationship with over her many years here.

What do you like to do in your spare time? I love to be active. Whether it is a group exercise class or taking a walk with the kids as long as I am moving.

What are your plans for the future? As my girls get older I would like to eventually add more hours in the practice. I do want to continue to be cautious of maintaining a health work/home balance, which Dr. Clancy is extremely supportive of.

Ashlee, Dental Assistant on the dental team with Dr. Ryan Clancy

Ashlee, Dental Assistant

I attended Shawsheen Valley Technical Vocational High School and decided to pursue the Dental Assisting program because my mother worked as a Dental Hygienist for many years and inspired me to work in the Dental field. I started working as a student Dental Assistant in November of 2016 and graduated the Shawsheen Dental Assisting program in June of 2017. I have continued to work as a Dental Assistant since and I love what I do and enjoy caring for and interacting with patients. I started working at Divine Smiles in September of 2021 and I love working with such a great team.

What do you like to do in your spare time? In my spare time I like going to spin classes and going to the gym. I enjoy cooking with my boyfriend and spending time with family and friends. My favorite pass time is watching scary movies.

Karina, Dental Assistant on the dental team with Dr. Ryan Clancy

Karina, Dental Assistant

Who most influenced my career? I was born and raised in Venezuela. One of the earliest influences in my life has been my Father, a dentist himself. My Father taught me the true impact dentistry has on the lives of others. I admired the appreciation he received from his patients every day.

In 2006, I got accepted into dental school, and in 2012, I graduated as a dentist in my home country. I worked there for a few years before moving to the United States in 2015. I wanted to continue to pursue a career in dentistry in the United States, therefore I became a dental assistant. I have continued to work in Dentistry because it makes me so happy. I am able to work in a field that I love. I continue to study and take continuing education courses that allow me to be on top of dental development which is crucial in order to provide patients superior dental care.

What are some things you like to do outside of the office? I reside in the Wakefield area with my husband Alejandro and my daughter Mia. I love to travel and visit new places with my family.