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Meet Our Doctors
Nancy Dysinger, DDS
After completing her undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University, Dr. Dysinger earned her DDS there as well. In 1983, she joined her father's dental practice, and the office moved to the current location in 1990. To stay on the leading-edge of dentistry and provide excellent care for our patients, Dr. Dysinger regularly takes continuing education courses. She maintains memberships with the American Dental Association, the Ohio Dental Society, the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the Northwest Ohio Dental Society, and the Paragon Study Club. Outside of the office, she has two adult daughters who she loves to visit. Besides her passion for dentistry, she loves to attend Ohio State football games and do extensive traveling.
Kimberli Crates Best, DDS
With a BS in biochemistry from Bowling Green State University, Dr. Best attended dental school at The Ohio State University. She joined our practice in 2004. Dr. Best is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the Ohio Dental Association, the Northwest Ohio Dental Society, the Seattle Study Club, the Paragon Study Club, and The Greater Black Swamp Dental Study Club. Devoted to her patients, Dr. Best delivers compassionate care and beautiful results. A resident of Findlay, OH, Dr. Best lives there with her husband, Matt, and four sons, Ben, Jake, Max and Cole. Dr. Best's leisure activities include watching her boys in all of their activities and spending time with her family.
Emily Crates Heintzelman, DDS
Born and raised in Findlay, OH, Dr. Heintzelman graduated Magna Cum Laude from Ohio Northern University with her Bachelors of Science degree in Molecular Biology. She went on to obtain her DDS from The Ohio State University, graduating with academic honors. Dr. Heintzelman joined McComb Family Dental in 2009 and has delivered compassionate and personalized care to our patients ever since. Her professional memberships include The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The American Dental Association, the Ohio Dental Association, The Northwest Ohio Dental Society, the Paragon Study Club, and The Greater Black Swamp Dental Study Club. Dr. Heintzelman and her husband, Nate, have three children, Thomas, Elisabeth, and Eva. Outside of the office, she enjoys attending her kids' various sports and other activities.