We recognize that all our patients are unique and deserve to receive craniofacial care that reflects their individual needs. Our experienced and talented team is committed to working with you and your family to create a comfortable, productive, and rewarding experience every time you visit our practice.
We are pleased to welcome you and your family, and we look forward to working with you.
Certified TMJ Assistant
I am glad to help my patients understand their dysfunction and get them out of pain so they can return to a happier and healthier life. Seeing a person transform from always being in pain to living pain-free is so rewarding ... for the patient and for our team! I educate and care for patients that have craniofacial pain and sleep breathing disorders. My goal is to improve each person’s quality of life and see them smiling.
My husband Rick and I have three grown children and eight wonderful grandchildren. I love spending time with my family. Rick and I do our best to attend as many of the grandchildren’s sporting and school events as we can.
Certified TMJ Clinical Assistant
I love watching our clients change as they begin to take charge of their health. It’s rewarding to get to know clients so well that they become part of our office family, and help them move out of pain. My job involves helping clients achieve the highest level of health. It might be educating them or helping them find the right exercises or nutritional supplement. I also connect patients to other professionals who can help them feel better.
I’m the mother of three amazing kids, one daughter-in-law, and two grandkids, though I’m hoping for more! We have lived in rural Rose Hill for almost 20 years. I love to be outdoors, working with our chickens, in the garden, or out on our gun range. I have a passion for animals. I currently have two rescue dogs, MoJo and Bear, and if I ever have the opportunity, I will start an animal rescue.
I love meeting and building relationships while helping others. My favorite moments are when a patient finishes treatment and they’re out of pain and have a big smile on their face. Living with craniofacial pain and sleep-disturbed breathing is really hard. Dr. Baba is so good at helping people heal and take control of their health! I educate patients about their health and encourage them to make positive changes in their lives. I also handle all incoming and outgoing lab cases.
I was born and raised in Wichita. In my spare time I enjoy reading, bike riding, wedding planning, and cooking with my fiancé and soon-to-be step-daughter, Madilyn. We all like taking our dog Bentley for walks.
I find it rewarding to help patients understand how Dr. Baba’s treatment approach is different from other doctors and what he and our team offer to help them feel their best. I schedule new patients and discuss financial arrangements and insurance with them. I also oversee the daily activities at our practice and handle marketing for growth and development. Watching patients get their lives back, and seeing them function pain-free, confirms for me that I’m lucky to be part of this amazing team!
My husband Randy and I have lived in Augusta for over 30 years. We have two grown children and are expecting our first grandbaby in March 2017! In my spare time, I enjoy relaxing with family and friends, being outdoors, hiking, and going to the beach.
As one of our clinical assistants, I educate patients and review their craniofacial and sleep disorder symptoms, make adjustments to their orthotics, take digital impressions to send off to the lab so they can make the patients appliances, and assist in orthodontic procedures. I am the OSHA coordinator for the office, ensuring that our patient safety protocols are up to code. Working in this office allows me to witness our patients’ progress in achieving overall health. It is an environment that balances care and compassion with education and clinical excellence.
I have been with my husband for 19 years and married for 11 years. I have three children, one getting ready to start college, one in middle school, and one in elementary. I enjoy following all three in their competitive sports.