Theresa Johnson (Registered Dental Hygienist)

Theresa Johnson

Theresa has been at Village Green Dental Center since 1995.  She received her associate in applied science in Dental Hygiene from Parkland College.  Theresa's Bachelor's degree is from Northern Illinois University. 

With over 20 years of Dental Hygiene experience, she has focused on providing exceptional quality and compassionate care to her patients.

Outside of her time at work, Theresa enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

"The Village runs through my blood and is a part of me.  I'm convinced you will love this place too!"

Amy Garcia (Registered Dental Hygienist)

Amy Garcia

Amy attended Loyola University and graduated from Harper College as a Registered Dental Hygienist.  Amy has been practicing dental hygiene for over 20 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with a  gentle touch.

Amy joined the Village Green Dental family in 2013.  Amy finds helping patients improve and maintain their oral health through education and trust most rewarding.

Outside of work, Amy has an abundance of energy and enjoys outdoor activities, scuba diving, and spending as much time with her husband, three very active children, and her two adorable dogs.

"I'm full of energy and will try not to race you down the hall to my room!  I thoroughly enjoy getting to know you better!"

Eliana Torres (Registered Dental Hygienist)

Elliana Torres

Eliana grew up in the north side of Chicago, and graduated from a City College. Eliana is very family oriented. She is married, and has two children. In their free time they like spending their time outdoors and in their pool! 

Dina Rudenya (Registered Dental Hygienist)

Dina Rudenya

In my spare time I love to read books and play guitar. I also enjoy trying out new recipes!

Loni Ortiz (Registered Dental Hygienist)

Loni Ortiz

I never thought I would end up in the dental field. I always wanted to be a lawyer when I was younger. Initially I began working as an assistant. I fell in love with the dental field in 2005. Since then I have been blessed with many opportunities to work both clerical and clinical positions. All I can say is it doesn't seem like work when you love what you do! Educating patients so they become enthusiastic about staying healthy and happy is reason enough for me to smile.