Meet the Team

Lucia Braz is a patients biggest advocate and nothing brings her more joy than knowing someone felt special in our office. Lucia moved to the Bay Area in 1997 from Brazil. She has a husband Celso and a teenager son, Brendon. Besides English, Lucia speaks Portuguese and Spanish! She loves to travel, outdoors and to watch good movies! She is a big fan of the Warriors!

She speaks Portuguese and Spanish.

 
Bridget O’leary Loves making her patients feel comfortable and well taken care of.  She especially likes to help patient’s with dental fear.  Bridget was born and raised locally.  She has a husband Steve and a son, Dylan.  She likes to hike, especially at the beach, and spending time with family.  She likes to watch the San Francisco Giants.
 
Tonya Williams enjoys ensuring that her patients keep their teeth their entire life.  She has always had a fascination with teeth that led her straight into the dental field shortly after High School. She has enjoyed working closely with her patients to obtain optimum teeth and gum health for the last 13 years. Tonya was raised in Central Florida and attended Miami Dade College where she Graduated as a registered Dental Hygienist.  5 years ago she and her family relocated to the bay area for her husbands job. Her husband, Geno, and their two children, Emme and Easton currently live in San Anselmo. They have 12 chickens, 1 dog, and enjoy everything outdoors. 
 
 
Leanora Kent-Donery loves to make patients feel comfortable in the chair and finds dentistry fascinating.  Her and her husband, Chris, and their children, Selina and Kyle, are natives of Marin.  Leanora graduated from College of Marin’s Dental Assisting program as a Registered Dental Assistant.  She enjoys playing soccer, hiking, camping, reading and bike riding.  She likes to watch movies and especially likes the Star Wars series.  She’s also a Giants and Warriors fan.
 
Kathy Toops was born deaf and went to deaf boarding school in Berkeley where she met her husband, Robert.  They raised 2 kids, Bobby and Tina.  They now have two grandchildren, Hunter and Sierra, both in college.  She has worked for Dr. Kantor for 19 years.  She enjoys camping, fishing, and time with family and friends.

She speaks American Sign Language.