Meet the Doctors
Gallup Children’s Dentistry & Orthodontics has pediatric dental specialists on staff overseeing our dental operations. Pediatric dentists are children’s dentists who elect to take an extra two years of schooling to specialize in pediatric dentistry. Our children’s dentists work with children aged nine months to 18 years, and with special needs patients up to 26 years. No matter how minor or serious your child’s needs are, we have the knowledge and technology upon which you can rely.
Erin M. Montano, DDS
Erin M. Montano, DDS is a general dentist practicing and living in Gallup, NM. She was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, solidifying her love for Cardinals baseball. After attending Saint Louis University and receiving degrees in Studio Art and Biology, Dr. Montano graduated from University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry in Kansas City, Missouri. It was in dental school that she met her husband, Jared. She is a member of the American Dental Association, New Mexico Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Facial Esthetics, and the New Mexico West Central District. She is currently on the board for the Gallup Early Childhood Center and the New Mexico Dental Association Foundation. In her free time, Dr. Montano enjoys oil painting, working out, and exploring the Southwest with her husband, baby girl, and two labs.
Robert Hann, DDS, MS
Robert Hann, DDS, MS, is a transplant to Albuquerque by way of southern California. He completed under graduate studies at Stanford and received both his DDS and MS from the Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC. Dr Hann (rhymes with "can") has extensive experience working with children and adolescents in YMCA resident camping and various dental education programs. He really likes orthodontics and is looking forward to the opportunity to work with young people in the great state of New Mexico, building smiles together that they can be proud of. His interests include music, American literature, rock climbing, running (slowly), and road-tripping the Southwest with his wife.