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Dr. Tammy Neugebaur

Doctor Tammy Neugebauer


Suffering from sleep apnea herself, Dr. Tammy has a passion for helping her patients improve their quality of sleep, their quality of health, their quality of life.

Born and raised in Reno, Dr. Tammy attended the University of Nevada for her undergraduate education. Both her dad, Monte Neugebauer, and brother, Brady Neugebauer, are dentists and because of their influence Dr. Tammy made the career choice to attend University of the Pacific, Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco. After graduating in 2005, her education continued in Florida where she attended an Academic Education in General Dentistry at Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Tammy returned to Reno in 2006 and began practicing at Dr. Lloyd B Austin’s pediatric dental office as well as an associate with her family at Reno Dental Associates. In 2013, Dr. Tammy took ownership of Dr. Monte’s practice allowing him to slow down and eventually retire in 2016.

After so many years treating patients’ dental problems, Dr. Tammy always had a thought that there was an underlying problem contributing to the symptoms she was treating daily. She was fortunate to attend a lecture by Dr. Steve Olmos, DDS who discussed how the origin of symptoms was often related to sleep, breathing and pain. Dr. Tammy, suffering from these symptoms herself had found the missing link in how she was treating her patients. Dr. Tammy started screening patients with just a few simple questions. Can you get to sleep, stay asleep, and do you feel rested in the morning? Do you have headaches? It was astounding how many of her patients had at least one “yes” to these questions. Dr. Tammy felt she needed to help her patients, so she continued learning to better educate herself so she could be a better provider for her patients. Sleep, breathing and pain became her passion and mission to help as many people suffering from these underlying, under-treated problems.

Dr. Tammy joined forces with Dr. Olmos partnering as the TMJ Sleep Therapy Centre of Reno. Dr. Tammy continues improving her knowledge and experience so she can better serve her patients. With the growth of her practice and continued development of her skills, Dr. Tammy needed more space and more help. Her husband joined her practice in 2016 to help manage and create systems that have made her practice go above and beyond. They realized they needed more space and technology in order to achieve this. On February 1, 2019, Dr. Tammy and Brian proudly opened their new state-of-the-art dental practice, Well Beyond Dental and the TMJ sleep Therapy Centre of Reno.

Doctor Mariangela Verano


Dr. Mariangela Verano is a highly accomplished dentist with extensive experience in the field, boasting over 25 years of practice. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she relocated to Reno in 2019. Dr. Verano’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Additionally, she completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) residency program at UCSF, showcasing her commitment to continuous learning and advancement in dentistry.

Dr. Verano is deeply passionate about patient education and holistic health. She advocates for complete health dentistry, emphasizing the oral-systemic connection and airway health. Her dedication to providing high-quality care led her to become a Breathe Institute Ambassador and is beginning her residency program to become the first Breathe Institute affiliate in Nevada. Furthermore, she established the Northern Nevada Breathe Collaboration group, collaborating with like-minded practitioners to address conditions related to sleep-disordered breathing and overall health.

Specializing in precision diagnosis and comprehensive treatment planning, Dr. Verano focuses on cases involving sleep apnea, sleep-disordered breathing, snoring, and mouth breathing. She employs a functional multidisciplinary approach and emphasizes proper oral-facial development in children.

Dr. Verano’s commitment to her patients is exemplified through her attention to detail and unwavering work ethic. She actively participates in various professional organizations, including the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health, the American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry, The Breathe Institute Ambassador, Airway Circle, Airway Health Solutions, Nevada Dental Association, and the American Dental Association. Outside of her professional endeavors, Dr. Verano enjoys diverse activities such as golfing, skiing, traveling, and spending quality time with her family and friends.

Aimee M

Aimee May

Myofunctional Therapist

Aimee has been a proud dental hygienist at Well Beyond Dental for over three years. In her free time, she loves spending time with her husband and their three fur babies, working out, and eating Mexican food.

She chose to be in the dental field in high school after she was assigned to write a report on a career path that had interested her. After shadowing a dental hygienist and seeing how they were able to build personal relationships with their patients and help with their confidence, she knew this was the career path for her.

During hygiene school, she became a part of the Global Brigades Organization where they traveled to Honduras to give free dental care to remote villages throughout the country. This helped her form a vision in her head of the type of dental hygienist she wanted to be, and working at Well Beyond Dental has helped her fulfill that vision.

One thing that she loves the most about working at Well Beyond Dental is that they put their patients needs first and have the opportunity to offer them more than just Reno dentistry services. She feels lucky to be a part of this team that allows her to go well beyond for all of our patients.


(775) 284-4161




9710 S McCarran Blvd.

Reno, NV 89523

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