At the core of our dental practice is a friendly team of professionals that are dedicated to your utmost comfort and optimal oral health. We view each patient as a unique individual, and tailor each treatment to your specific needs. As part of our commitment to providing close, personalized attention to every patient, we want to encourage patient communication. Please know that we are here to provide outstanding patient care, and that we value the trust you have placed in us.
Hi, my name is Beth Brown. I have worked at Franklin Dental for 31 years. I am married to Dean and we have 3 children; Clay, Ryan, and Hope. Ryan is married and lives in Blue Ash, Clay is graduating from UNOH soon in High Performance Automotive, and Hope is a busy senior at PHS. Along with my Dental Hygiene career I also have a degree in Professional Counseling, which I believe helps me in the dental profession, especially with patients who have phobias or experience anxiety during treatment. I am a licensed substitute teacher and you will see me volunteering at school sporting events cheering on the Peebles Indians!
Hi, my name is Sheila Hoop. I have been in the dental field for 34 years. In 1997, I went to the Ohio State University to further my education as an Expanded Functions Dental Assistant. Once I became a Certified EFDA, I can place restorations. I joined Franklin Dental in February 2015 as a part-time employee and recently accepted a full-time position with this office. I love the outdoors and I enjoy boating, skiing, biking, and jogging. My husband and I live in Peebles and we have 2 adult children and a 2 grandsonS.
•Hi, my name is Kim. I’ve been in dentistry for 29 years. I’m a DANB certified dental assistant with my coronal polishing certification. I truly enjoy getting to know my patients and help with their needs. I’ve lived in the Peebles area all my life. I have 3 grown children and 7 beautiful grandchildren. So far.
•Hi, my name is Lauren Painter. I have been a dental hygienist for 6 years, and joined the team at Franklin Dental last year. I graduated in 2013 from the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College. I enjoy meeting new patients and helping them meet their individual dental needs and goals. I enjoy spending time with my husband Ryan and our two dogs Clint and Dove. In my free time, I like to craft, read, and spend time outdoors.
Hi, I’m Kirsten Williams and I’m a dental assistant here at Franklin Dental Care. I’ve been in the dental field for over 5 years, and one of Dr. Franklin’s assistants since October 2017. You’ll usually find me doing lab work or helping Sheila with fillings. When I’m not at work I enjoy spending time with my family, my husband Trevor, and our dogs Ozzy and Pete. I enjoy being outside, sports, and checking out antique stores in my free time
•Hi, my name is Danielle Hopkins. I have been in the Dental field for four years. I am the treatment coordinator here at the office. Before coming to Franklin Dental I worked as the assistant office manager/treatment coordinator at another office. I look forward to being able to help patients start and finish the treatment they deserve. Dentistry truly is my passion. I am married to Alex Hopkins and have two beautiful children Daniel and Abigail. In my free time I love spending time with my family and exploring new places to visit.
Hello, my name is Peggy Staggs. I am a dental hygienist and have worked in the dental field for 40 years. I have been married to Tony for 39 years and have two children and three grandsons.
I love to spend time with my grandsons. I also love to travel, swim, boat and make jigsaw puzzles.
Hi, my name is Ashton Inskeep. I attended Southern State Community College where I initially studied Science and Art, but switched to the Dental Assistant program. I have two years of experience in the dental field and I look forward to many more! I love helping people with their dental needs. My favorite part of my job is meeting new people and interacting with them. In my spare time I love to travel. I also enjoy spending time with my friends and catching up on much needed sleep.