Jennifer A. Hamorsky, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Jennifer Hamorsky has been creating healthy, beautiful smiles in North Texas for over 18 years. Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in a nearby Maryland suburb, Dr. Hamorsky graduated from the University of Maryland Dental School in 1995. She was then selected to attend the Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) program at the Baylor College of Dentistry, a one year intensive residency program that taught advanced dental procedures. It was here that she trained closely with some of the most world renown dentists and her commitment to quality and comprehensive dentistry was born.
As a result of her quality work and commitment to continuing education, she was awarded the prestigious title of Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry in 2000. She was one of the youngest recipients to ever receive such an accolade. Driven by her love for education, Dr. Hamorsky has shared her extensive knowledge of restorative and cosmetic dentistry with the senior dental students at the Baylor College of Dentistry as an Assistant Clinical Professor. Her passion for knowledge also overflows to her patients as she takes the time to clearly explain dental care, and makes each patient a partner in their treatment and oral health. She has been recognized for countless accomplishments as a leader in both dentistry and business.
Dr. Hamorsky is a warm, dynamic, caring and committed professional. Her ethics are to the highest level and she is dedicated to providing quality dentistry for her patients in a comfortable and friendly setting. Always striving for the best, she continues to learn about new and advanced dental procedures each year through countless hours of continuing education courses.
Residing in Prosper, Texas with her twin children, Nicholas and Nyla, and their pet Chihuahua, Lena, Dr. Hamorsky loves to be with friends and family enjoying the outdoors, dining out or cooking in, music, church activities, traveling, and the arts, funny movies, and spectator sports. She is a retired actress, NFL professional cheerleader, and dog foster. Contributing her time to Operation Kindness Animal Shelter in Carrollton, she was once named the Foster of the Year. Her dedication to charitable causes is rooted in her sincere desire to serve her patients and the community.