We love watching our patients grow and work hard to build trusting, long lasting relationships with them. We believe that when our patients trust us, they are less anxious about their visit and more likely to practice great oral health, something we can all smile about.”
Get To Know Our Team
Fort Mill Pediatric Dentistry has a wonderful team that is delighted to help you and your child navigate the pediatric dental experience. Our team is highly qualified to help with every step of the process. Our goal is to make it easy for you and create a positive atmosphere where your child can be comfortable and confident while receiving great pediatric dental care. We look forward to meeting your family!Just for kids!
Katherine Clark, DMD, “Dr. Katie”
Board Certified Pediatric Dentist
Dr. Katie is a mom and a pediatric dentist. She is a graduate of Fort Mill High School and Clemson University. She then attended the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) where she received her Doctor of Dental Medicine in 2005. Dr. Katie furthered her dental training through a general practice residency at Richland Memorial Hospital in Columbia, SC. She later worked in private practice where she learned her true passion for dentistry is in pediatrics. Dr. Katie returned to MUSC and completed a two-year pediatric dental residency in 2010. Dr. Katie worked as a pediatric dentist in North Carolina prior to opening Fort Mill Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Katie is a board certified pediatric dentist and a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Dental Association (ADA) and the South Carolina Dental Association (SCDA). She is married and is a mom.
Courtney was born in Walterboro, South Carolina and moved to Fort Mill in 1997. She and her husband live in Tega Cay with their son. Courtney is a graduate of York Technical College with an Associate’s Degree in Dental Hygiene and is passionate about her dental career in pediatrics.
Shelley was born and raised in Great Falls, SC and graduated from the dental program at York Technical College in 2007. After two years in Asheville, NC, she, her husband and twin boys realized that South Carolina was calling them home. Shelley has always enjoyed interacting with children and is thrilled to be working with them now. She enjoys crafting, spending time with friends and family, and most of all, watching her boys grow up.
Meet Our Team of Helpers
Education is a cornerstone of our practice and the more you practice good dental habits, the happier your teeth will be.
Your tongue is as unique as your fingerprint. No two people have the same tongue print.
A snail's mouth is no larger than the head of a pin, but contains about 25 teeth on the tongue itself.
The enamel that covers the top part of the tooth is the hardest substance in the human body!
The average human produces 25,000 quarts of saliva in a lifetime. That is enough spit to fill 2 swimming pools!
An Elephant’s tooth can weigh over 6 pounds and measures one foot across.
At the time of his inauguration, George Washington only had one real tooth!