Meet the Team

We recognize that all our patients are unique and deserve to receive orthodontic care that reflects their individual needs. Our experienced and talented team is committed to working with you and your family to create a comfortable, stress-free, and rewarding orthodontic experience every time you visit our practice.

We are pleased to welcome you and your family, and we look forward to working with you.


Tammy

Office Manager / Orthodontic Assistant

I started my dental assisting career in 1988 and have been with Gill Orthodontics since 1996. Working at the front desk allows me to see all our patients’ smiles and get to know them in order to help them to the best of my abilities. Our doctors and staff members all work together to create a wonderful atmosphere for our patients to enjoy.

My husband and I live in Moorhead. We have two adult daughters and eight grandkids. I enjoy travel, golf, cross-country skiing, and spending time with my family.

Lisa

RDA, COA / Orthodontic Assistant

I have worked at Gill Orthodontics since 2007 and have more than 24 years of experience in the dental field. Being a part of this team has been an awesome experience. Our doctors and staff have an abundance of experience and skills, and we all truly care about our patients. The best part of my day is seeing patients through to their final smile!

I thoroughly enjoy spending time with my husband and teenage daughter. We love to travel and enjoy hiking, sports, and fitness, particularly skating, hockey, and baseball.

Lynnetta

COA / Orthodontic Assistant

I like helping people attain a beautiful smile with the help of orthodontics. I started orthodontic assisting with Dr. Cornforth years ago and through the transition into Gill Orthodontics. I enjoy meeting and working with patients and educating them on the orthodontic process. There have been so many technical advances in orthodontics; these changes are exciting and the results are satisfying.

I married in 2005. Terry is an over-the-road trucker for 10k Trucking out of Valley City. As Jehovah’s Witnesses, we are often busy with Bible education meetings and ministry. We also enjoy family time with nieces and nephews. Some days, I work on horseback with my parent's custom ranch/cattle business. We love riding horses and watching ranch rodeo.

Shelli

RDH / Orthodontic Assistant

I have been with Dr. Gill as an orthodontic assistant since 2007, and give each patient an enjoyable experience with comfort and care. I enjoy working with all the members of our team, because we all truly care about our patients.

When I’m not at work, I love spending quality time with my husband Duane and our sons Jordan and Jaxson. We are all big NFL football fans and hockey and basketball fans. When there isn’t a game to watch, I like to run, bike, and rollerblade.

Chelsea

CDA / RDA / Orthodontic Assistant

I graduated from Hibbing Community College in May 2015. I started my career at Gill Orthodontics in May 2015. I enjoy meeting all of our patients, and especially seeing how thrilled they are at the end of their treatment.

I am originally from Deer River, Minnesota, and moved to Fargo in April 2015 to be near my fiancé, Randy. We were married in August 2016.

Jesse

Lab Tech

I started at Gill Orthodontics in March 2018 and have more than seven years of experience in the dental field. When I am not in the lab making appliances and retainers, you will find me out in the operatory helping Dr. Gill and the rest of the team.

In my free time, I love spending time outdoors with my three dogs. I also enjoy traveling and finding new trails to hike.

Sam

RDA / Orthodontic Assistant

I graduated in May 2017 from North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton. I started working at Gill Orthodontics in 2018. I enjoy getting to know our patients and seeing how their smiles transform with every appointment. I love being part of a team where everyone helps, teaches, learns, and grows.

When I am not working, I love spending time with my family and friends, being outside when it’s nice, and watching movies when it’s cold.