- American Dental Association
- Texas Dental Association
- Ft. Worth Dental Society
- International Association of Orthodontics
- Academy of General Dentistry
- American Academy of Dental
- American Academy of Functional
Dr. Romack was born in Jersey City, NJ and raised in Rutherford, NJ. She graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson
University in Rutherford, NJ magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. From 1980 – 1994,
Dr. Romack taught high school biology, chemistry, and physical science in Columbus, GA and Perryton, TX.
She then attended Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, TX from 1994 - 1998. She graduated with honors in May of 1998. Dr. Romack then moved to Weatherford, TX in 1998 and joined Cosmetic & Family Dentistry.
Since 1999, Dr. Romack has taken well over 1000 hours of continuing education in a variety of fields, concentrating in functional orthopedics orthodontics, TMJ therapy and cold and light laser therapy for various treatments-specifically lip and tongue tie release. She has attended numerous continuing education courses to treat patients with sleep disordered breathing problems such as snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea can be a life threatening problem. It is one of the most undiagnosed and untreated problems in our society today. It can have devastating effects on our cardiovascular system, possibly leading to strokes, heart attacks, and high blood pressure and death. It also directly affects one's quality of life. No one likes to be tired all the time! Most patients have a variety of treatment options when it comes to their apnea problem. Some patients choose surgery, while others choose the CPAP breathing machine. Many patients, however, are not aware of the fact that their sleep apnea may be treated by simply wearing an oral appliance that holds the jaw in a different position that opens the airway! Dr. Romack is one of the only dentists in the area, that has the latest technology to measure one's airway and determine if an oral appliance is the best treatment for you.
Dr. Romack has a special interest in specifically treating young children who may not have room in their mouth for their erupting permanent teeth. By working with children at an early age, our practice can address childhood sleep apnea, snoring, teeth grinding, attention deficit disorder, and breathing difficulties. Dr. Romack also enjoys doing orthodontics on teens and adults. The change in someone's smile from start to finish is very rewarding to both the patient and the doctor.
With the growth of the practice and the birth of Dr. Romack's grandchildren, Dr. Romack has become interested in a common midline facial defect in infants- lip and tongue tie. Lip and tongue ties in infants can interfere with successful breastfeeding and latching on during nursing, lead to digestive issues, make breastfeeding painful for mom, and/or cause decrease in milk supply that can lead to poor weight gain. Dr. Romack and staff have had laser training specific to infant lip and tongue tie release and has been successfully treating infants in our practice since 2018. Dr. Romack works with area pediatricians and lactation consultants to recognize and treat lip and tongue ties. Dr. Romack also treats school age children and adults with lip and tongue ties. In school age children and adults, the ties can interfere with speech, growth of the jaw, alignment of the teeth, relapse after orthodontics and sometimes sleep breathing issues and attention deficits.
Dr. Romack and her husband have been married since 1999. Their oldest daughter graduated from Texas A & M Law School and lives in Ft. Worth. She and her husband have two children, a boy and a girl, and another one on the way! “Being a Grandma is awesome!” Dr. Romack's youngest daughter is a combat veteran and served as a Naval Aircraft Mechanic for 5 years. She graduated from Midwestern State University with a B.S. degree in Radiological Sciences. She currently works for John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth.
Dr. Romack and her husband both enjoy golfing, traveling, and spending time with the grand babies and friends. Her husband is retired and he enjoys playing golf and riding his Harley. They both enjoy being around their assortment of animals, Dr. Romack's favorites are her longhorns Thelma and Louise. She enjoys hand feeding them treats and watching their babies grow up every year.