At our periodontal practice, we recognize that all our patients are unique, and deserve to receive periodontal care that reflects their individual needs. Our team is committed to working with you and your family to create a positive, comfortable, and customized periodontal experience every time you visit our practice.
Diane graduated from Bernards High School and was studying fashion design before being lured into the dental arena. Diane has managed the front office for more than 30 years and is an expert on insurance reimbursement and financial matters. She lives locally with her husband and daughter. When she is not in the office, Diane is involved in the care of her grandson, gardening, and cooking.
Debbi has more than 35 years of dental office experience. She can help patients with most scheduling, insurance, and financial concerns. Debbi lives in Hunterdon County, and her three children are slowly leaving the nest. She and her husband look forward to roaming the country in an RV in retirement along with their Labradoodle Roxy (who they can’t persuade to find gainful employment and support herself).
Megan has been a resident of North Plainfield her entire life. She has worked in our office for more than 15 years and continues to show interest in learning new skills. Aside from working in the office, she also works full time as an elementary school teacher. When she isn’t busy working both jobs, she is a frequent flyer at the local gym, taking both HIIT and CrossFit classes, and enjoys spending as much quality time with her two nephews and three nieces as possible.
Diane Henne Schenck
Diane is a graduate of the Middlesex County Dental Hygiene program and has more than 30 years of experience in the field of dentistry. She has taken many continuing education courses, including certification in local anesthesia and nitrous oxide administration, and is now certified to do both. Diane resides in Hunterdon County with her three adult children. When she’s not in the office, she keeps busy by being an active member of the Flemington Moose.
Marie De Gaetano
Marie graduated from Middlesex County College’s dental hygiene program and then became clinical instructor at Union County College for five years before devoting herself to full-time private practice. Marie couldn’t stay away from education for long and returned to Rutgers University where she received her Bachelor of Science. A Long Hill resident for years, Marie and her husband still live in the area, but maintain a very active social schedule.
Aside from being an experienced and accomplished hygienist with more than 15 years of experience, Dottie teaches full time at the Timothy Christian School, works as an audiologist, and in her spare time is a full-time mother of two children. Dottie has done missionary work in New Guinea but much prefers working here to doing dentistry on shrunken heads.
Jacqueline is a graduate of Raritan Valley Community College. She started her journey in general dentistry in 2005. Jacqueline now continues her career in periodontics by studying and assisting in many procedures, including implant surgery. She resides in Middlesex County with her daughter. In her spare time, Jacqueline enjoys frequent outings with her daughter, reading, writing, and line dancing.