Missy Hamm has been Baker Family Dental Clinic’s Business Manager for over 20 years. She is family to us! Born and raised in Newberry, Missy enjoys getting to know each patient on a personal level. In her own words: “I have the pleasure of greeting each of you when you arrive and am here to answer any questions you may have about our practice.” She will help you with insurance, scheduling and financial arrangements.
Missy is married to Jody Hamm and they have a son, Dylan. While away from work, Missy enjoys camping and boating. “I’m so looking forward to meeting you!”
Heather Wild is a vital part of the Baker Family Dental Clinic team. Heather received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Ball State University in Indiana where she grew up. After moving to South Carolina, she went on to receive her Associates in Health Science from Midlands Technical College and was licensed as a Registered Dental Hygienist. She has practiced Dental Hygiene for 4 years.
Heather and her husband, live in Blair where they enjoy raising their two dogs, goats and chickens. She loves spending time outside, cooking, and crafting.
“I strive to get to know each of my patients and to make their experience as comfortable as possible.”
Knowing she always wanted to work in the dental field, Ashely graduated from Greenville Technical College in 2010 as a Certified Expanded Duty Dental Assistant. Ashley enjoys making patients comfortable and assisting Dr. Baker in providing them the best possible care.
Ashely just moved to Prosperity after living in the upstate most of her life. At home, she loves being with her husband and two precious children. When they are not taking care of their farm, they enjoy entertaining friends and family. And just for fun, Ashley enjoys sneaking away to a quiet spot to get lost in a good book as well.
Cheerful dental coordinator committed to ensuring each patient feels welcomed and comfortable upon walking through the door. Gifted at keeping patient files organized and updated. Compassionate about treating patients and then being able to help them understand their treatment.