Dr. Stephanie Barnett, D.M.D was born and raised in Skiatook, Oklahoma. She graduated from the University of Tulsa in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in biology. Dr. Barnett went on to attend dental school at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, graduating with her DMD in 2010. After completing dental school Dr. Barnett began her career in Tuba, Arizona working on the Navajo Reservation until 2012.
As a young girl, Dr. Barnett developed a deep love for the mountains- as her family would take a yearly ski trip, traveling from her small town in Oklahoma to Keystone, Colorado. It was in the winter of 2012 that Dr. Barnett was finally able to combine her passion for dentistry and her love of skiing by moving to Summit County. It was during this time that Dr. Barnett volunteered with the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, implementing their mission of 'expanding the potential of people of all abilities through meaningful, educational, and inspiring outdoor experiences.' Dr. Barnett began working for the Summit County Community Clinic in 2013. Dr. Barnett worked to provide dental care for the under-served population of the area for the next five years, acting as the Dental Director in her final year with the Care Clinic.
When she is not providing excellent dental care, Dr. Barnett enjoys hiking, biking and skiing.
Dr. Cory Williams, DMD, was born and raised near the Kansas- Nebraska border in the small farming town of Chester, Nebraska, graduating from Chester-Hubbell-Byron High School 1999. Dr. Williams spent his undergraduate years in Crete, Nebraska graduating from Doane College with a bachelor’s degree in Biology in 2003. Following his graduation, Dr. Williams moved to Boston, Massachusetts to attend the Goldman School of Dentistry at Boston University, ultimately graduating with his DMD, Magna Cum Laude, in 2011.
Following his graduation from dental school, Dr. Williams moved to Colorado. He spent the next four years working for a private practice on the Front Range before joining Dillon Family Dental as an associate in the summer of 2017.
Beyond dentistry Dr. Williams has a passion for golf, playing guitar and working on his home and vehicles.
Dr. Elizabeth Kaminsky was born in Boston, Massachusetts and attended the University of Rochester for her Bachelors degree in Brain and Cognitive Science with minors in American Sign Language and Business. In 2014, Dr. Kaminsky received her DMD degree from the University of Connecticut. At UConn, she served as class president, an Urban Service Track scholar and as a delegate for the American Student Dental Association. Following this, Dr. Kaminsky completed a general practice residency program at Swedish Medical Center and worked as a general dentist in Seattle. In 2017, Dr. Kaminsky received the Chicago Albert Schweitzer Fellowship for her outreach project with the LGBTQ homeless youth population.
In 2019, Dr. Kaminsky completed the Periodontics residency program and received a Masters in Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She specializes in non-surgical and surgical periodontal therapies including gingival grafting, bone grafting, dental implants, aesthetic periodontal surgery, and peri-implantitis. She is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology and Colorado Dental Association. In her free time she enjoys hiking, water sports, and exploring her new home of Colorado.