Dr. Jessica Hacker originally hails from Springfield, Missouri, but has put down roots in Vermont and can usually be found curled up with a good book or running very slowly along trails around the area. She moved to be close to her sister, Adrienne Pahl, who has been raising her family in the Lamoille river valley for the past decade and practices medicine at Appleseed Pediatrics.
Dr. Hacker gets real joy from providing comfortable, easy dental care that patients are proud to show off. She can't wait to see your smile!
After graduating from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Hacker performed biochemical research for Shriners Hospitals for Children while completing an additional bachelor's degree at Portland State University. She parlayed her expertise into dental research projects at both Oregon Health Sciences University School of Dentistry and the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. Dr. Hacker completed her dental degree at University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. She was honored with an award for her technical skill in general dentistry by the faculty at UMN as well as an award in implant dentistry from the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.