When you think of a dental office, what do you imagine? A sterile waiting room with tattered magazines from 2003? A bin of grimy children’s toys in the corner? Awkward elevator music? Get ready to 100% change your vision of what it means to go to the dentist. As soon as you walk into our warm and inviting waiting room, you’ll be met with a complimentary beverage bar. You’ll check in with our guest coordinator and take a seat in a luxurious massage chair. While you relax for a few minutes, we’ll gather some information on how you like to be treated–what you loved about your past dental treatment, and what you didn’t– so we can customize your experience with us. If you’re on a tight schedule, we’ll skip the chitchat.
One of our core beliefs is the 70-30 rule: we’ll spend 70% of our time listening to what you want and 30% sharing our opinions. If you usually dread dental care, Inertia Dental aims to be the place that changes your feelings. Our compassionate, skilled team of dental professionals is standing by!
Brittany grew up right here in Reading and is happy to be back in this close knit community. She graduated from Middlesex Community College in 2013 with an Associates in the Liberal Arts of the Sciences, and furthered her education by completing her Associates in the Science of Dental Hygiene in 2015. As a hygienist, Brittany takes her continuing education courses yearly to keep her knowledge up to date such as CPR, Invisalign, Itero scanner, Trios scanners and local anesthesia delivery.
Brittany favors several aspects of her job from changing the perspective of anxious patients, to creating a bright, healthy smile to patients who were embarrassed of their teeth, and making a child’s first few appointments fun and exciting to keep them smiling for years to come. Brittany’s goal is to take the appointment at her patients’ pace, resulting in that patient returning, because they feel more comfortable in her chair than anywhere else.
When Brittany isn’t working she spends her spare time with family and loves their weekly Sunday lunch get-togethers. She enjoys being outside gardening, painting, doing yoga, playing with her dog and trying anything new. Brittany is big in giving back to the community and loves supporting causes such as Special Olympics and Epilepsy foundations.
Vy Le grew up in Vietnam and came to the United States at age 18. She earned her Dental Hygiene degree in 2013 from Middlesex Community College. Vy Le is trained in CPR/BLS and is certified in local anesthesia. She is eager to continuously further her knowledge yearly by attending continuing education courses in order to provide patients with the utmost care.
Vy Le’s favorite part of her job is to educate and encourage patients to completely understand their oral health. She loves connecting with her patients on an individual basis to learn what is most important to them. Vy Le’s goal is to provide her patient’s with a standard of care in a comfortable and safe environment.
In Vy Le’s spare time, she enjoys exploring Boston and traveling with her husband and lovely dog, Neve. Some of her hobbies include dancing, listening to music and hiking with her friends.
Kiley was born and raised in the small suburbs of Tewksbury, MA. She started her college career at Westfield State University studying psychology and later transferred to Umass Lowell. She enjoyed learning about psychology, but realized this wasn’t her calling. After learning about dental hygiene from a co-worker, Kiley decided to shadow her for a day and fell in love! She immediately enrolled at Middlesex Community College and graduated from the Dental Hygiene program in 2020.
Kiley’s favorite part of her job is working with patients who have dental fears or anxiety, and helping them overcome those fears with a gentle touch and a deeper understanding of dental anxiety. She also admits that she genuinely feels a tremendous amount of satisfaction upon completing a dental cleaning. Kiley keeps up to date with her expertise by taking continuing education courses and is trained in CPR, HIPAA, Osha and Itero scanning.
When Kiley isn’t working, she loves to spend time with her boyfriend, friends and family. Some of her hobbies include reading, going on walks at the beach and watching movies. Kiley loves animals and is hoping to get a samoyed puppy in the near future. In the meantime, she is enjoying being a new aunt to her adorable nephew.
Claudia was born in Lima, Peru, and moved to the United States at age 10. She grew up in East Boston and is a graduate of East Boston High School. Claudia attended the Dental Assisting program at LARE Institute. She is also certified as a makeup artist, but finds herself drawn more to the field of dentistry.
Claudia’s favorite part of her job is assisting Dr. Marcovici. She has a passion for helping patients and loves to be a part of the dental treatment process, making people more comfortable at the dentist and watching them become healthier and more confident in their smiles.
Claudia has four children, three girls and a boy, and was a single mom until she met and married her husband, Johnny, two years ago and became a blended family. Claudia loves doing crafts and collecting cups and mugs.
Giovanny grew up in Lawrence, MA and is currently enrolled as an engineering student at Umass Lowell. He was trained in CPR and AED, while training to become an EMT – and also completed his Nursing Assistant certification while attending Whittier Tech High School. Through his healthcare career path, he realized his passion is in dental.
Giovanny’s favorite part of his job is seeing patients transform during and after their dental appointments. He thoroughly enjoys being a part of a patient’s journey and feels complete when a nervous patient becomes a happy, confident patient with a smile they feel good about.
Spending every weekend with his family is very important to Giovanny. Playing board games together is one of their favorite activities. On his own time, he likes to run and play sports with his friends.
Bethany grew up in Billerica, MA and landed her first dental job at a dental practice right out of high school in 2014. Although this was supposed to be just a temporary job, here she is still enjoying her fulfilling dental career.
Bethany’s favorite thing about this job is being part of a team whose focus and goal is to make people feel better! She loves going home at the end of a long day knowing they helped someone, whether it be by taking them out of pain or just easing some dental anxiety they may have had before coming in. Bethany also loves working in a dental office that is equipped with cutting edge technology, where you really do get the best care there is to offer!
Bethany has a little dachshund named Pretzel, who takes up most of her time. They like to garden, bake, sew, crochet, watch the birds and snuggle. Bethany and Pretzel also love sports and all things Disney!
Bethany is from a very close-knit Portuguese family. She spends a lot of time together, mostly while eating! Her best friend in the whole world is her 84-year-old grandmother who Bethany loves baking with! Her mother is a dental hygienist, which is how she got into this field. Bethany gets her problem fixer attitude from her father, who can just about fix anything! Bethany’s sister is super adventurous and occasionally gets her to do some crazy things, like climbing a volcano!
Sage is a lazy girl–but in all the best ways. She is fast, graceful, and a bit of an escape artist, but she is a gentle couch potato at heart.She’s a bit of a princess and refuses to lie down on hard surfaces–only blankets, pillows, and soft dog beds for this girl. Sage loves to snuggle and will rest her face on your leg and give full-force puppy-dog eyes until you let her join you on the bed or sofa. Sage loves to make people feel welcome and relaxed.
Echo is a good boy (most of the time) but has a rascally streak and is the troublemaker of the two furry team members. He is two years younger and over 15 pounds heavier than Sage, but he has no idea how big he is and thinks he is a lap dog. Echo is funny and silly–he loves making people laugh. One of his quirks is that he sleeps on his back with his legs sticking straight up in the air. He is loyal, calm, and makes our patients feel at ease.