“I want only the best for my patients and I always strive to improve the level of care I provide. Over the past few years, I have truly enjoyed getting to know the different personalities each patient brings to the office. I love seeing their self-esteem and confidence increase as their smiles improve through the wonders of orthodontics.”
Dr. Woller was born and raised here in Fairbanks, AK. She graduated from Monroe Catholic High School before attending Kettering University in Flint, MI, where she was a Sobey Scholar and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Management. After college, Dr. Woller spent two years in Western Russia as a Peace Corps volunteer before returning to complete her education. She earned her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the Medical University of South Carolina’s College of Dental Medicine. Dr. Woller was presented with the Senior Academic Achievement award and the Senior Leadership award from the national dental fraternity, Psi Omega, as well as a commendation from the American Association of Orthodontists recognizing her exceptional interest in the development of the oro-facial complex.
Dr. Woller completed her orthodontic residency at Saint Louis University, now recognized as one of the most proficient orthodontic programs in the country. Along with her Certificate of Orthodontics, she completed a Master of Science degree in Dentistry. While a resident at Saint Louis University, Dr. Woller’s research was in the area of facial changes that occur concurrently with orthodontic treatment, which is being prepared for publication in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. When Dr. Babula, who treated her as a child, asked Dr. Woller to join his practice, she decided to move back to Fairbanks, where both her father and brother currently practice dentistry.
An avid traveler, Dr. Woller also takes pleasure in many of the Alaskan activities offered by this great state including fishing, gardening, skiing, snow-machining, hiking, and camping with her two dogs. Community service is very important to Dr. Woller. She is an active member in Rotary, and Quota International as well as being team captain for a Relay for Life team. She is very happy and excited to be back in the wonderful Fairbanks community.