The Magnolia Family Dental Team

Michele Reeves, Business Administrator

Michele loves working alongside her talented and caring coworkers. She sees her patients as part of the family and enjoys that they feel so comfortable when visiting the office. Her hobbies include hiking, road trips, sporting events, and spending time with her two sons, Matt and Ryan, and her daughter-in-law Cindy. Michele graduated in 1986 from Missouri College with a dental assisting certification. She has also earned her National Board certification, expanded functions dental assistant certification, she is a registered dental assistant and has her CPR certification. She joined our team in June 2015. Michele is a member of the American Dental Assistants Association, and she also volunteers with Give Kids A Smile and the Missouri Mission of Mercy. “Do not limit your challenges, challenge your limits”

Rhiannon Palmisano, Business Assistant

Rhiannon has worked in the dental field for 5 years. She loves helping patients achieve a smile that they love by helping them to understand their treatment plans and dental insurance.  When she’s not in the office, she spends time with her two sons, Logan and Brendan, and her fiancé Josh.  Their weekends are often busy with marching band or shooting competitions.  She and her fiancé have a passion for Ford Mustangs, so they love taking long drives together and seeing where the road takes them! “Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself. Do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.

Denise Schwarzbach, Dental Hygienist

Denise enjoys biking, camping, backpacking, kayaking, friends and her 4 sons. Denise joined our team in April 2011. She graduated from Forest Park Community College with her Dental Hygiene degree. She also earned certifications in infiltration anesthesia, Block anesthesia nitrous oxide and Periodontal Therapy. She is passionate about educating our patients how to improve their oral health as well as connecting oral health to their overall general health. Her reward is partnering with them to obtain healthier conditions. “If you have the power to make someone happy, do it. The world needs more of that.”

Lisa Maness, Dental Hygienist

Lisa joined our team in April 2019. She enjoys bike riding, music and working in her yard. Lisa spoils her dogs terribly. Closest to her heart are her two daughters, Brianna and Kate and her husband Kraig. Lisa has a passion for her patients and their oral health for 34 years. She graduated with an Associate in Applied Science from Forest Park Community College with a Dental Hygiene degree. She is certified in infiltration and block anesthesia, along with nitrous oxide sedation. “If you’re having a not so great day, do something nice for someone and see how much better your day becomes”

Bridget Sirtak, Dental Assistant

Bridget enjoys working in her yard, and volunteering at parish functions. She has been married to her husband Jeff for over 33 years. Bridget enjoys spending time with her daughter Alicia, son in law John, her son Brandon, daughter in law Kayla and her granddaughter Emmy. She loves offering chairside assistance to her patients, and enjoys the opportunity to get to know them better, become friends, and forge long lasting relationships. Having graduated from Meramec Community College with a dental assisting certification in 1980, Bridget went on to earn her certification in CPR, and as an expanded functions dental assistant, before joining our team in February 2015. “Life has no remote; you gotta get up and change it yourself”

Lindsey Campbell, Dental Assistant

When Lindsey’s not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her family every chance she gets. She is busy planning her upcoming wedding to her fiancé Jon in August 2020. Lindsey loves the opportunity to give her patients great smiles. She graduated from Missouri College in 2015 with a certification in Dental Assisting. She joined our team in April 2017. Lindsey is certified in nitrous and sedation, CPR and radiation and safety. “Everything happens for a reason.”