Anne received a BS in Elementary Education from Iowa State University in 1988 and upon graduation moved to the Washington area. After an initial pursuit in teaching, Anne entered the dental field as a dental assistant and graduated from Northern Virginia Community College Dental Hygiene Program in 1994 with an Associates Degree in Applied Science. Since then, Anne has practiced in Northern Virginia in various general dentistry settings joining Clarendon Dental Arts in 2005.

Anne is a member of the American Dental Hygiene Association and has furthered her professional knowledge locally and nationally through various continuing education programs. Anne is accredited by the Academy of Laser Dentistry in laser therapy and is also a certified provider of local anesthesia and nitrous oxide. Anne is also a member of the Northern Virginia Dental Hygiene Seattle Study Club and Capital Hygiene Study Club.

Anne finds her profession rewarding and feels particular pride in knowing she is making a difference in her patient’s lives by guiding them to good oral health and overall wellness. Anne also feels it very gratifying to be a part of her patient’s individual journey’s toward optimum dental health.

Out of the office Anne is an active community volunteer. Anne has been a member of the Junior Friends of The Campagna Center in Alexandria since 1995 and has held numerous fundraising and Board positions and served as Chairman. Anne received the Heart of Gold Award in 2000 for her leadership and personal dedication to the mission of The Campagna Centers strengthening Alexandria families. In 2010 Anne was the recipient of an annual award created in her honor, The Anne Culbert Legacy of Service Award, for the impact she has had on the Junior Friends, The Campagna Center and the City of Alexandria. Anne has lived in Alexandria since 1990 and enjoys the outdoors and an active lifestyle – special interests include, biking, running, golf, art, music and movies.

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