Meet Our Friendly Orland Park, IL Dental Office Staff
Veronica Pawlowski attented St. Xavier University on the south side of Chicago, where she was born and raised. During this, she worked as a dental assistant, which inspired her to pursue a career in the dental field. Veronica completed her Bachelors Degree at SXU in 2005 and was honored as a member of Phi Theta Kappa, The International Honor Society, for her scholastic achievements. From there, she went on to Dental Hygiene School at Prairie State College. In 2007, she graduated in the top of her class with an Associate in Applied Sciences and a Dental Hygiene License. Veronica was also inducted into Sigma Phi Alpha, The Dental Hygiene Honor Society. As a dental hygienst, Veronica is passionate about making her patients feel comfortable by allowing open communication and providing gentle care. She values education and enjoys sharing current information and tips which promote oral and overall health. She completed her Masters Degree in Education at SXU in 2015, and now teaches at Fox College Dental Hygiene School. In her free time, she enjoys staying active by running, cycling, and visiting family in Arizona.
"Your day will go the way the corners of your mouth turn...so smile!"
My name is Kelly Rangel and I live in Oak Forest with my husband, two boys, and daughter. My kids Roberto (8), Cooper (5), and Norah (7 months) keep me on my toes. They love adventure and are constantly reminding me to live in the moment and not take life too seriously. My husband and I own our own business which keeps us very busy. We recently celebrated our 10 year wedding anniversary and love adventure as well. In high school I started working in a dental office and I knew this was the career for me. I decided to pursue dental hygiene because I knew in time I wanted to become a mother. Dental hygiene allows me to have a career I love and still be able to be with my babies. I graduated in 2007 from PSC with an Associates in Applied Sciences. My favorite aspect of hygiene is developing an ongoing relationship with patients. I truly care for each patient and try to bring the most current information and product recommendations to each visit. My free time consists of play dates, spending time with family and friends, cooking and working out.
I received my certification in dental assisting 40+ years ago from Loyola University. The changes in technology that I have seen over the years have improved the quality and comfort for the patient. I have gained valuable skills from this experience. Educating and improving a smile is important to me.
Dr. Rebecca Bosack shows compassion to her patients and I am happy to be a part of her staff. Being a wife, mother, and grandmother to 5 keeps me busy. Cycling, bowling, traveling, and spending time with friends keeps me active.
Hello, I am one of the first smiling faces you will encounter when visiting Bosack Dental. Like Debbie, I too graduated from Loyola Dental Assisting Program with my certificate over 40 years ago, but have chosen to become a receptionist. I have worked in the dental field for as many years, most of them at the same office until that Dr's retirement. I love to make our patients feel as comfortable as possible, and consider you my friend. When I am not at the office, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our 2 grown children. I also love to scrapbook while reminiscing about the fun times we had together. Let me be the first to welcome you to Bosack Dental!
Renee started working in the dental field as a dental assistant in 2009. She took some time off to raise her four boys and is thrilled to be back working in a dental office again. She enjoys working with patients and being a part of the Bosack Dental team. Her favorite part of assisting is that everyday she gets to learn something new.