Our Team
JOCELYN, Dental Hygenist
Jocelyn was born and raised here in Southern Oregon. She graduated from the Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene and a minor in Psychology. She loves photography with her favorite subjects being her 3 pups: Kei, the fun loving cocker spaniel; Lulu, the lazy yorkie mix; and Tala, the wild pitt mix puppy. Jocelyn also enjoys riding her Yamaha Raptor 700 on the Oregon dunes! She loves everything outdoors, whether it be rafting the Rogue or napping in the summer sun. Jocelyn also enjoys traveling: she has been to 32 of the 50 United States, Mexico, Canada, Taiwan, China, Fiji, and would love to travel to Ireland, Croatia, and New Zealand some day.

CASSIE, Adminstrative Assistant
Cassie is originally from the Bay Area, but moved here with her family to Medford when she was very young. She graduated from High School in 2004, after which she attended Abdill Career College of Dental Assisting. She worked as a dental assistant for a year and a half in Eugene, OR. Then she returned to Medford in 2006 and has been working as a dental administrative assistant ever since.

Shannon, Chairside Assistant
Shannon has been a resident of the beautiful Rogue Valley her entire life. She attended Rogue Community College in 1996 & 1997 where she completed courses in dental assisting. She brings with her 15 years of experience as the newest member of Dr. Jake's Team.







The Power of Spinach
Its tax season and very stressful time of year for a lot of us. Many people turn to food to deal with stress (some avoid it entirely!), which can be unhealthy if you're picking highly processed or sugary foods. But if you turn to foods like basil and spinach you may find that they actually help to relieve some of the stress you are feeling. Spinach and basil are known to relieve muscle tension, calm down the nerves, and help with fatigue. This is because of their magnesium content, which also regulates heart rhythm, blood pressure, and key in maintaining a healthy immune system. You can eat up to a cup of basil and spinach – cooked or fresh – each day. Magnesium also plays a part in hundreds more biochemical reactions that occur throughout the whole body.

We can't forget about the teeth! Spinach is a good source of Vitamin K, which functions in retaining calcium in the bone matrix, thereby leading to bone mineralization. Apart from this, other minerals in spinach like manganese, copper, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus also help in building up of strong bones. This in turn can prevent an individual from developing osteoporosis. These minerals are also essential for maintaining healthy teeth and the bone that supports them.

So when you pull out your checkbook to sign your hard-earned dough away to Uncle Sam, have yourself a spinach salad with some strawberries like this one: http://flavormosaic.com/spinach-strawberry-champagne-salad/. There! You'll start to feel better in no time! :)

- Jocelyn Boffing RDH


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