Dr. Kimberly Long
Dr. Kimberly Long grew up in Chapel Hill, NC and received her B.S. degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. She graduated from New York University College of Dentistry and completed a General Practice Residency at Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, NY. After practicing dentistry in Brooklyn, Dr. Long returned to NYU to complete her endodontic training. She is a member of the American Dental Association, the North Carolina Dental Society, the American Association of Endodontists, and the Tar Heel Endodontic Association. Dr. Long lives in Southern Shores with her dentist husband, Dr. Casey Long, and three sons. She enjoys life in the Outer Banks.
Jaclynn was born and raised in northern Virginia, and now lives in Kill Devil Hills with her teenage daughter, Kayla. She has been working in the dental administrative field for five years, starting in general dentistry before joining the Coastal Endodontics family in May of 2018. She really enjoys interacting with patients and ensuring that everyone has a positive experience at their dental visit. In her free time, Jaclynn likes spending time with her daughter, traveling, going to see live music, beaching, and hanging out with family and friends.
Jennifer was born in Elizabeth City and still enjoys living there. Beginning with a high school apprenticeship in an oral surgeon’s office, Jennifer has been involved with dentistry for over 15 years. After attending Wayne Community College to become a certified dental assistant, she spent several years in a general dentistry office. Jennifer has been working at Coastal Endodontics since 2006 and she thoroughly enjoys meeting patients and helping to make their experience with us as pleasant as possible. When she is not working, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her daughter, waterskiing, camping and of course, shopping.
Sherri is from the small town of Rustburg, Virginia. She started working with an endodontist as a dental assistant in 2003, in Lynchburg, VA. She and her husband have been vacationing on the Outer Banks for over 15 years. As the years passed, their love grew strong for the Outer Banks, so they decided to call Manteo their home in 2017. Sherri began working as a dental assistant with Coastal Endodontics in June 2017. In her spare time, she loves walking the beach searching for beach glass, and relaxing while enjoying the sounds of the waves with her husband and two Pugs.