Meet Dr. Holliday

A smile is one of the first things people notice when they meet each other: it makes a lasting impression while fostering connections. When a person feels secure in their appearance, they are self-assured; that confidence is evident in each interaction and every smile they share.

As an orthodontist, I love that my work allows me to help create such beautiful smiles!

I have practiced orthodontics for more than a decade. From a young age, I knew I wanted to do something in the healthcare field. Then, as a child, I underwent orthodontic treatment. Having experienced firsthand the difference it made in my smile, and the change in my self-confidence, was inspiring: I knew I wanted to help others in the same way.

It is a joy to work with so many amazing people, from children through teens, working adults, and grandparents. Everyone has stories and experiences to share, dreams they are excited to pursue, and interests and passions. I love the excitement each patient brings to our office and enjoy being part of their life at this transformational time.

I am dedicated to providing my patient family with advanced orthodontics, and ensuring their treatment experience is filled with smiles!

Education and Professional Activities

  • Bachelor of Science in biology – College of Charleston
  • Doctorate of Dental Medicine – Medical College of South Carolina
  • Orthodontic residency and Master of Science – University of Kentucky

Dentistry and the orthodontic specialty are constantly changing. Ongoing research leads to new methodologies, materials, and technologies. Continuing education in the form of meetings, lectures, seminars, and online courses is the best way to stay up to date with the most current recommendations in orthodontics.

I am a member of the:

  • American Association of Orthodontists
  • Southern Association of Orthodontists
  • American Dental Association
  • South Carolina Dental Association
  • American Academy of Facial Esthetics

These professional organizations offer a range of continuing education course: nationally, regionally, and locally. I make the most of these opportunities, learn from the leaders in the field, and incorporate the best advancements into patient care.

Beyond Orthodontics

I grew up in Walhalla and returned in 2009 to serve my hometown. My husband Josh and I have two boys and a dog named Louie. Family activities keep me busy, as do gatherings with our wider circle of friends. I make time to be outdoors, attend Clemson Football games, and watch Kentucky play basketball.

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