Dr. Cara Mudd – Board Certified Pediatric Dentist
A native of Colorado, Dr. Cara Mudd received her bachelor’s degree and D.D.S. from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. After three years as a general dentist in Colorado, she was Dental Director in a rural community health clinic that treated uninsured and low-income children in Washington State. Dr. Mudd then completed a two-year post-doctoral residency in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Washington, where she also served as Chief Resident. Dr. Mudd is Certified, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.
As a mother of two young boys, Dr. Mudd recognizes that every child has individual needs, and she takes pride in the compassionate, personalized care that she delivers to every child.
In their spare time, Dr. Mudd and her family enjoy skiing, hiking, camping and playing with toy trains and fire trucks!
Q & A With Dr. Cara Mudd
Dr. Sarah Villaseñor – Board Certified Pediatric Dentist
Dr. Sarah Villaseñor grew up in Overland Park, KS. She studied abroad in Toledo, Spain, and received her bachelor’s degree in Spanish from the University of Notre Dame. After attending dental school at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Dr. Villaseñor moved to Denver to complete her pediatric dentistry residency at Children’s Hospital Colorado. During her time there she served as Chief Resident and participated in a dental mission trip to Guatemala. Dr. Villaseñor enjoys being outside all year long, and loves to ski, run marathons with her dad, and ride her bike.
Q & A With Dr. Sarah Villaseñor
Dr. Clay Ziegler – Board Certified Pediatric Dentist
Dr. Clay grew up in the small town of Selma, Alabama. She attended Birmingham-Southern College then graduated from the University of Alabama School of Dentistry in 2007. She relocated to Denver, Colorado and completed a one-year General Practice Residency at Denver Health Hospital. For the following five years, Dr. Clay practiced general dentistry for Denver Health. Working alongside a pediatric dentist, Dr. Clay realized her passion was in pediatric dentistry so she returned to her home state of Alabama to complete a two-year residency in pediatric dentistry. During her time in Alabama, she served as the Chief Resident of the Pediatric Dentistry Program, an honor bestowed upon her by the faculty. Dr. Clay will sit for her Board Certification Oral Exam in late 2017.
Dr. Clay and her husband have a dog named Charles Woodson Ziegler, better known as “Woody.” Dr. Clay enjoys reading, writing, traveling, music, cooking, yoga, and skiing.