Each member of our dental staff is highly trained and committed to providing the best dental health care possible.


Office Manager


Dental Hygienist

Hi! I’m Nancy Grant, your dental hygienist at Novelly Family Dental. I’ve been a hygienist for 7+ years and was a Dental Assistant for 3 years before that. I finished my Associate in Dental Hygiene at Carrington College in 2013.

I started in the dental field as a dental assistant with Dr. Brady’s older brother in the city of Maricopa. My love for dentistry grew so I decided to go to dental hygiene school. You might wonder why I love working in an industry where people “are afraid to go’.

To me, I enjoy working with fearful patients. My goal is to change the way dentistry is viewed and make it an experience where every fearful patient is comfortable and understands the importance behind their dental needs. I hope to deliver a great dental experience that patients can pass on to their kids and family members.

Here’s a little about my background. I was born in Long Beach, CA and grew up in Tempe, AZ.
I attended a local high school in Tempe and am a proud Marcos de Niza Graduate. After high school, I received a scholarship to play soccer at Phoenix College for 2 years and was recruited to play soccer at Colorado State University-Pueblo, where I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Criminology. My childhood dream was to become a Police officer and help troubled young kids turn their lives around.

As an adult, I found my true love and passion in the dental field. I am bilingual as both my parents were born in Zacatecas MX. I have 2 older sisters and a younger brother who all live here in Chandler, AZ. My amazing husband is a Deputy Chief for a local fire department. I have a beautiful daughter who loves to play sports as much as her Momma! I also have a handsome curly haired boy who wants to be a fire fighter like his Daddy!

Our family enjoys being outdoors, whether it’s hiking, camping, or swimming in our backyard! Our weekends are spent with our family in Chandler. Taking our kiddos to their sporting events is one of our primary activities.
Listening to the fears and concerns of patients help us deliver the unique treatment that every patient is hoping to get. Ensuring they feel comfortable is crucial in the overall experience in our office.
I’m a visual learner myself and find that taking pictures of a patient’s teeth at the first appointment helps educate them about their mouth. I ask them to demonstrate what they are doing at home so I can help them better their oral hygiene techniques.
My treatments are geared to what each individual patient needs. Not every mouth is the same so individualized instructions are always needed. I love attending CE. Staying on top of the newest treatments in our field helps me deliver the latest and greatest treatment options to my patients.


Dental Hygienist


Dental Assistant

Hi! I’m Nashica Wint, your dental assistant at Novelly.

I’m originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania and grew up in Jamaica. During alot of my childhood, my parents and I took me on their travels. My mother is a DJ and my dad is a music producer. My 7 sisters and 2 brothers all learned to have an excellent work ethic from my parents, who were very hard working and motivated individuals. I learned how to sing and dance and play the violin. Later we moved to Phoenix.

I recently gave birth to my first child, a baby boy who I adore so much! I wanted to be different from the rest of my family and am the first to go into dentistry. After South Pointe High School in Phoenix, I enrolled in dental school one week after graduation.

I’ve been a dental assistant for six years now and love it. Growing up with so many brothers and sisters, I learned how to be very understanding and making people feel comfortable. At work, I do the same, making sure that my patients are heard, instructing them with x-rays and pictures and showing them how to floss and brush. I even emphasize eating right.

Weekly I find that I learn a lot from my doctor and am often reading up on new things. I love to learn. What makes me the happiest is seeing patients leave with a smile.