Dr. Casey Rhines graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy Accelerated 7-Year Dental Program, earning both a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and her DDS, as well as a certificate of fluency in Spanish. She has served on mission trips abroad to both the Dominican Republic and El Salvador, and was a long-term volunteer dentist at a free clinic in Metro Detroit, awarding her the International College of Dentists Humanitarian Award for her contributions. Before joining the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Rhines was an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry where she was nominated for Faculty of the Year. She has specialized training in Botulinum toxin and TMJ pain and has taken several continuing education courses in forensic dentistry. Dr. Rhines has been featured in several dental publications of Contour Magazine and served on the editorial board for the Michigan Dental Association Journal.