Born in Cologne, Germany, Dr. Weber came to the US as a young teen. He became a US citizen in 1982. After completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida, he graduated from Marquette University School of Dentistry in Wisconsin in 1988. He joined the practice just a few months later. Dr. Weber has been a longtime member of the American Dental Association, along with membership in the New Hampshire Dental Society and the North Country Dental Society.
A lover of the North Country and all it has to offer, Dr. Weber enjoys many activities throughout the different seasons to include hiking, biking, snowshoeing, skiing, water sports, and following his favorite sporting events. He and his wife have three grown sons and two grandchildren.
Dr. Brewster graduated from the University of Washington Dental School in 1970 and started private practice in the North Country of New Hampshire in 1971. He opened the Whitefield office in 1974 that has grown to the present Mountain View Dental. When the office opened, he started the specialized children's program at Mountain View Dental and in 2005 he became certified in CranoSacral Therapy. Over the years, he incorporated orthodontics into his practice- straightening teeth with braces and Invisalign®. He has achieved "Preferred Provider" status with Invisalign, and was also certified in the Insignia™ CAD/CAM Orthodontic System. Dr. Brewster has remained active in the American Dental Association, the New Hampshire Dental Society, and the North Country Dental Society (Past President) throughout his years as a general dentist.
Married since 1972, Dr. Brewster and his wife have two grown children. Dr. Brewster enjoys biking, snowboarding, and playing live music (saxophone and clarinet) in the Wicked Smart Horn Band.
Graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Mona L'Heureux continued her training at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) where she received her certificate in orthodontics, as well as a Master of Science degree in Oral Biology. A love for rock climbing and the mountains resulted in her transition from the solo orthodontic practice she had started in Newport, Rhode Island, to residing in New Hampshire. Her orthodontic experience of over 30 years includes treatment of orthognathic surgical cases, TMJ disorders and interceptive orthodontics. Certified in Invisalign®, Dr. L'Heureux can provide treatment with clear, removable trays, as well as with traditional fixed braces. She is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, the American Dental Association, and a member and former trustee of the New Hampshire Dental Society, along with being a very active member of the North Country Dental Society.
Dr. L'Heureux enjoys ski touring, paddle boarding and ocean rowing with her husband. She is on the Ski Patrol at Cranmore Mountain, plays the violin and oboe for the Mountain Top Community Orchestra, and is on the Board of Trustees of the Mountain Top Music Center, a non-profit community music school.
Graduating from the University of Vermont with a degree in Dental Hygiene in 2001, Angie started her career as a Registered Dental Hygienist. She joined Mountain View Dental in 2004, transitioning to the position of Practice Manager in 2015. You'll still catch Angie working in the clinical areas on occasion, but generally she's overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Practice. This includes human resources and staff management, education and staff training, ensuring compliance with OSHA, HIPAA, state and federal regulations, practice promotion and marketing, record-keeping, aspects of payroll and accounts payable, computer troubleshooting and acting as a liaison for the many vendors, organizations, and our patients that keep the Practice going.
Working in the spotlight, these are often the first faces you see (or voices you hear on the phone) when you are greeted at Mountain View Dental. This group of professionals is responsible for just about all non-clinical aspects of the dental office. Multitasking is a must, as they are often pulled in many directions at once! They can answer your questions and require knowledge of dental procedures to perform the many duties associated with their positions.
Dental assistants perform a variety of patient care, office, and laboratory duties, and generally work alongside dentists as they examine and treat patients. They make patients as comfortable as possible in the dental chair, prepare them for treatment, and obtain their dental records. Dental assistants perform many supporting duties throughout the dental office.
Dental hygienists do much more than just clean teeth. Hygienists perform oral cancer screenings, take and develop x-rays, counsel patients on nutrition and oral hygiene, place dental sealants, give fluoride treatments, and use many methods to remove plaque, tartar, and stain from the teeth, among other procedures and supporting duties throughout the dental office. They also educate patients on various diseases and conditions. Hygienists help treat patients at various stages of periodontal (gum) disease with hopes to prevent issues and maintain or improve the health of the teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues.