About Our Office
East Harmony Dental is located in Fort Collins, Colorado. Our team of dental professionals specialize in general and cosmetic dentistry and offer both under one roof.
Dr. Jenny Crow
Dr. Jenny Crow was born and raised in Austin, TX. Ever since she can remember she wanted to become a doctor to help people. Having a sister who decided to become a dental hygienist, a father who earned a degree in science and a grandfather that taught dentistry at UTSD in Houston inspired her to go into dentistry.
Outside of her dental school education, Dr. Crow has taken 100s of hours of continuing education. This includes becoming a certified Invisalign provider, laser dentistry and sedation for the anxious patient among others. Dr. Crow has also achieved a Mastership in the International Dental Implant Association.
Leaving her family and hometown in Austin, TX was not an easy decision, however, Dr. Crow is very excited about her move to Colorado. In fact, her father encouraged it since this is a state to explore the great outdoors and where he honeymooned her mother back in the 70’s.
In her spare time Dr. Crow enjoys spending time with her family, biking, yoga, hands on projects including furniture crafting, painting, and cooking.
Dr. Lisa Anderson– Endodontist
Lisa Anderson graduated from Wake Forest University in 1985 with a bachelor of arts degree in biology. She served in the US Army four years as a regular Army officer. She left the US Army to pursue a dental career. She began her dental journey attending the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. Dr. Anderson received a three-year Health Professions Scholarship from the US Army after her first year in dental school and graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in May 1995.
After graduation, she completed a One Year Program in Advanced General Dentistry in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1996. In 1998 after serving as the first female airborne dentist in the history of the 82nd Airborne Division, Dr. Anderson began her endodontic residency at the University of Maryland Dental School. She completed her two-year endodontic residency in June 2000 and a masters of science degree (oral biology) in 2001. She served as the Chief of Endodontics at Walter Reed Army Medical Center while teaching part time at the University of Maryland through 2001. After eight years of service, Dr. Anderson resigned her commission and has been in private practice since 2003.
She is also a Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics. She enjoys hiking, visiting National Parks, photography, and traveling with her husband of 25 years.