Dr. Chelsea Schmidt
Dr. Chelsea Schmidt graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2006. She moved to Lloydminster right after graduation with her husband Scott and started work at the Dental Clinic with Dr Stephen Jones. She has been proud to have practiced dentistry for over 14 years in Lloydminster. She enjoys all aspects of dentistry but especially enjoys working with children and moving teeth with Invisalign. Dr. Schmidt also provides dental work to children and special needs patients at the Lloydminster hospital and is a certified provider for oral and nitrous sedation.
When she isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her husband, Scott and three children, Noah, Logan, and Eden. They can be found camping at the lake in the summer months and hanging around the hockey rink in the winter months.
Dr. Ara-Lynn Bexson
Dr. Ara-Lynn Bexson graduated from the University of Alberta in 2010 after completing her Bachelor of Science degree and Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. Originally from the Lloydminster area, she then moved home to begin her dentistry career. She believes in making the dental experience as comfortable as possible for patients of all ages, and is a certified provider for oral and nitrous sedation.
Dr. Bexson and her husband, Dusty, are raising their two young boys just outside of Lloydminster on his family's grain and buffalo farm. Their time away from work is spent together at the lake, at the hockey rink, or enjoying farm life.
Dr. Lesia Sawka-Haw
Dr. Lesia Sawka-Haw graduated from the University of Guelph in 2013 with her Bachelor of Science degree and from the University of Sydney in 2018 with her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. After graduation she moved to Lloydminster with her fiance, Percy, who was raised here in Lloydminster. Lesia is a General Dentist and enjoys working together with her patients to achieve their oral health goals. In her free time, Lesia enjoys spending time with her fiance Percy, their mini dachshund Moze, and their family and friends. Lesia is looking forward to becoming part of the community in Lloydminster and one day raising a family here.