Dr. Hurst graduated Cum Laude from Allegheny College where she majored in Biology with a minor in French Literature and conversation. Initiated into the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa society before graduation, Dr. Hurst spent 6 months studying French Literature and Art History at University Catholique de l’Ouest in Angers, France. Deciding to become a dentist at the age of 12, Dr. Hurst also attended University of Pittsburgh where she was awarded the prestigious Dean’s Ball Scholarship. While in dental school, she was recognized by the American Association on Women Dentists for her leadership skills, and with a national pathology award. With a special interest in cosmetic dentistry, oral surgery, endodontics, and pediatrics, she completed residency training at University of Rochester/Strong Memorial Hospital. Dr. Hurst is very involved in the community and enjoys long distance running in her spare time.
Dr. Forsberg has been practicing Orthodontics in the Erie area for 25 years. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Allegheny College in 1976, after which he attended University of Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. Finding a true interest in Orthodontics, Dr. Forsberg decided to continue his education and took a position at University of Connecticut in their Orthodontic residency. Since completing his training Dr. Forsberg has become very involved in the community, most notably by volunteering his services to the Northwestern Pennsylvania Cleft Palate Institute at Hamot hospital. He has also been a consultant for the American Journal of Orthodontics (AJO).