Have you met Sharon, one of our treatment coordinators at Hanis & Stevenson Orthodontics? Get to know more about her!
What city and state were you born in?
I came from the great state where family, food and fun are at every gathering. Where people love their Saints, and LSU football. Yes, you guessed it! I am a proud CAJUN girl. I am from a small town in Southern Louisiana called HOUMA. I was brought to the beautiful Katy, Texas because of my husband’s job.
Have you ever had braces or Invisalign®? If so, how old were you?
I had braces many, many years ago when every tooth was banded and I got to wear a headgear and treatment time was 3 ½ years – the good ol’days! I was 13 when I got braces and my wonder full headgear. I was a really beauty queen!!
When you are not in the office, where can you be found?
When I am not at my second home away from home (called work), you can find me at 24 Hour fitness in a group X class or just enjoying family time with my awesome family.
Would you rather travel by plane, train, or automobile? Plane If money were not an issue, where would you go?
If money was no issue, I would rather fly on vacation and my dream vacation would be traveling Europe. I also love the beach so a wonderful exotic beach island would be fabulous.
What is your favorite joke that always makes you smile?
I love making up words to songs and singing. I am very silly and love to make people smile.
What do you love about your job at Hanis & Stevenson Orthodontics?
I guess I have the best job, I get to create beautiful smiles which in turn make people want to smile. I also work with the most amazing, caring, loving, group of ladies that make my day every day. Our office is also blessed with two amazing orthodontists. So I would have to say the we at Hanis & Stevenson Orthodontics are very blessed.
How would your best friend describe you in three words?
My friends would describe me as silly, loving, happy, goofy, and faithful. I almost sound like the Seven Dwarfs!! LOL
Love, Happiness & Smiles. Because every smile counts! From, Sharon Bergeron