Meet Our Team
The team at Dr. Kevin S. Bone, D.D.S., is committed to preventive dentistry to help our patients stay healthy. We provide care based on each person’s individual needs. We strive to maintain the highest level of patient comfort. The ultimate goal is to help and motivate our patients to improve their health, self-esteem, and quality of life. An investment in quality is always the best value.
Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Kevin Bone
Dr. Kevin S. Bone was born and raised in Ishpeming, Michigan, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Northern Michigan University in 1983. He continued his education at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, graduating with honors in 1987.
Dr. Bone has served as a delegate of the MDA. He has also served as a president, vice president, and secretary of the Saginaw County Dental Association. He also has more than 190 hours of continuing education. He attends numerous continuing education classes at the Pride Institute, Schuster Center, Cliff Fox Prosthedontics, and has completed the entire continuing curriculum at the prestigious Pankey Institute in Key Biscayne, Florida.
He and his wife, Bessie, reside in Saginaw Township with their two children, Jacob and Karissa. Dr. Bone is an avid tennis player and loves golf, music and art. He also donates his time to Friends of the Library in Saginaw Township.
Dr. Khaula Chaudhry
Dr. Khaula Chaudhry was born and raised in Philadelphia, where she attained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Temple University. She graduated from Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry, earning her doctorate degree and worked in Philadelphia as a general dentist. She met Adil Kazi, a Saginaw resident who works for Dow Chemical. They married in October 2017. Dr. Chaudhry moved from Philadelphia to Saginaw and has been with our practice since January 2018.
Dr. Chaudhry is a family-oriented individual who loves taking care of and spending time with family. During their spare time, she and her husband enjoy traveling, experiencing the beauty of the outdoors, and enjoying new restaurants.
Meet Our Administrative Team
Pam Bierlein: Office Manager
Pam has worked in the dental profession since 1995. She started with Dr. Bone’s office as the Front Desk Advocate in 2007. Over the years, she has worked in finance, scheduling, and now is the office manager. She earned an Associate’s Degree in Business from Delta College and has participated in numerous continuing education classes.
Pam loves forming friendships with her patients and gaining their trust. “I enjoy working at Dr. Bone’s office because of our standards and the quality care our staff strives to give patients. It’s the type of care I want my family to have,” Pam says.
Pam lives on a farm in Reese with husband, Wayne. They have two grown children. When she is not busy working in our office, she enjoys working in her vegetable garden, yard work, yoga, walking, group Bible studies, and church activities.
Pam’s favorite oral health care tip is to floss first and brush second. That way, she never forgets to floss or decides to skip that step.
Lauren Parks: Patient Advocate
Our Patient Advocate since 2018, Lauren also holds her Dental Assistant Certification. Prior to joining our team, she worked in several different offices as a Dental Assistant and receptionist. She loves working as part of our team. “The best part of my job is the joy we bring to our patients. It shows in their smiles. We truly are a family and care about all of our team members,” Lauren says.
Meet Our Hygienists
Lindsay Neveau: Registered Dental Hygienist
Lindsay, who graduated from the Delta College Dental Hygiene program, also has an Associate’s Degree in General Management and Applied Science. She joined our team in 2016. “A smile is the first impression,” Lindsay says. “Helping patients achieve confidence is very important and is something I strive for every day. I enjoy building relationships with our patients. They make my day so enjoyable.”
Patti Olgaard: Registered Dental Hygienist
Patti, who graduated from Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, worked as a Registered Dental Hygienist for 16 years before joining our team in 1997. She is qualified to administer local anesthetic and has current CPR, OSHA and HIPAA training.
“I love working with people and helping them to set healthy goals,” Patti says. She appreciates the efforts this practice makes to stay up to date. “I love working with all my co-workers. It’s a very caring staff that genuinely cares about people and staying current in their professions. Dr. Bone is very easy to work with.”
Patti’s favorite oral health care tip is to use a high-quality electric toothbrush. “It really makes a difference in overall and dental health.”
Debbie Trapp: Registered Dental Hygienist
Debbie graduated from the Dental Hygiene program at Delta College and has worked for Dr. Bone since 1995. She loves taking care of people. “I chose to work in dental care so I could help patients obtain and keep their oral health,” Debbie says. Working at one office for so long has allowed her to form lasting relationships with patients. “We stay very current on the latest in dentistry. I know everyone here does the best possible work for each and every patient.”
Meet Our Dental Assistants
Sarah Olmstead: Registered Dental Assistant
Sarah graduated from the Mott Community College Dental Assisting program. She was awarded the Max Hart Dental Academic Excellence Award from Mott and was appointed to the college’s Dental Advisory Board to guide curriculum. She is also a committee member for the Michigan Dental Assistants Association and Vice President of the Genesee District Dental Assistants Society.
She joined Dr. Bone in August 2016. She works with patients, but also orders all dental supplies and meets with sales representatives. She works with Dr. Bone’s Invisalign® patients. When not in this office, she works with a specialist in periodontics and dental implants. That experience helps her patients in this office.
“I chose dentistry because I understand how frightening it can be. I had a bad experience as a child, as so many people do. I want to show my patients that the dental chair doesn’t have to be a scary or painful place,” Sarah says. “Believe it or not, patients who are anxious or apprehensive are my favorite. I make it my goal every day to change their negative perspective of the dental office.”
Sarah’s favorite oral health care tip is classic: Never go to bed without brushing and flossing. She even suggests keeping floss in your bedside table so there are no excuses.
Jenette M. Schanick: Registered & Certified Dental Assistant
Jenette graduated magna cum laude from Ferris State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Allied Health Education. She also has earned her Vocational Certification through the State of Michigan, Interim Occupational Certificate, Therapeutic Services. She has completed her Master’s Degree in Career and Technical Education/Post Secondary Administration. She teaches Basic Life Support courses in the community.
She joined the team here in 2014 and strives to help people with overall health and wellness. She appreciates the family-oriented atmosphere at this office. “The patients are amazing and we provide exceptional dental care upholding personal and professional ethical standards,” Jenette says.
Jenette also is connected with the University of Michigan Dental School. She has volunteered as a board examiner for the Michigan RDA Exam. She teaches classes on Human Anatomy/Physiology and Medical Terminology at Baker College in Flint. She is an active member of the American Dental Assistants Association, Genesee District Dental Assisting Society, and the National Association of Dental Assistants. She currently serves as President of the Michigan Dental Assistants Association.
“My teaching experience at Mott Community College, Baker College of Port Huron and Clinton townships, has been an amazing contributor to my career. Serving on both the Mott and Baker College Dental Assisting Advisory Boards has broadened my perspective,” Jenette says.
Her favorite oral health care tip is to invest in your smile. That means brushing and flossing at least twice a day, keeping appointments for regular professional cleanings, and not sipping on acidy or sugary beverages all day.
Jennifer White: Registered Dental Assistant
When Jennifer joined our team in 2019, she brought 21 years experience in the dental field. She also worked as a Pharmacy Technician and a Certified Nurse Aide. She chose the dental profession because she finds it rewarding to help others transform their smiles. “The best part of my job is meeting patients, easing their anxieties, and building their trust. It’s a true joy caring for others,” Jennifer says. “The best part of being a part of this office is serving the patients in the community, the quality of dentistry delivered, and the team-oriented approach to dentistry with the highest quality of care.”
Jennifer’s favorite oral health tip is to invest in a musical-timer toothbrush for the kids. It makes brushing fun and encourages them to learn good oral hygiene.