Dr. Watts is proud to now be a member of the Afton Endodontics team, working alongside Dr. Gell and partnering with patients and their dentists to rescue natural teeth. To learn more about her background, keep reading below:
Dr. Watts has always loved the idea of working in a field that’s focused on serving people and helping them maintain one of their most important bodily features – the smile! Understanding that each patient has different needs, she offers Nitrous Oxide to help patients who are anxious about endodontic treatment. Additionally, she has extensive experience treating children of all ages.
Dr. Watts' passion for her field goes beyond her time in the office treating patients. In March 2019, Dr. Watts' research on nonnarcotic clinical pain treatment was published in the Journal of Endodontics. Dr. Watts is dedicated to providing all patients with progressive and effective care.
After completing her undergraduate degree at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC, Dr. Watts pursued her doctorate at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. She then moved onto The Ohio State University, where she completed her endodontic certificate and Master’s Degree in Oral Biology. Her research focus was managing dental pain with non-opioids. She is also currently board eligible and is working towards her Diplomate status with the American Board of Endodontics. She is currently a member of the following organizations:
At home, Dr. Watts and her husband, Shea, have two adorable cats named Curly and Sophie. She’s proud to be a cat-loving dentist who also has a big sweet tooth! In her free time, she enjoys reading, watching movies and documentaries, cooking, baking, and working out.