Ashley Harclerode

Clinical Coordinator

Ashley is a friendly face that you will see in all different aspects of Cherry Orchard Pediatric Dentistry—from the front office all the way to the back.  Born and raised in central Kansas, Ashley moved to Denver, Colorado in her teens.  She completed high school, graduated college, and spent most of her young adult life in the Rocky Mountain State, and started her career in dental assisting while still in college, as a receptionist at a pediatric office in Aurora, CO.  Ashley and her family made the transition to the Upstate area in September of 2019 and have grown to love the Greenville area and everything it has to offer.

Outside the office, Ashley keeps very busy at home with children of her own. She has a five-year-old boy named Mason, a three-year-old dog named Alex, and is expecting a daughter, Lachlan, this year.  Some of her favorite activities are: hiking, skiing, and just spending time with friends and family.

“My favorite part of working in dentistry is the kids.  I love seeing how much they have changed each time they come into our office.  Whether it has been 6 days or 6 months, I love hearing all of their exciting new stories each time they come into our office.  I treat every patient like they are a part of my extended family. It is such a treasure to see them in all the different stages of life as they grow and mature”.



101 Halton Road Suite B
Greenville, SC 29607
Hours: By Appointment Only




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Covid-19 Safety

COVID-19 is still with us and as the health and well-being of our patients, parents, children, and staff is our top priority, we have put in place a number of new protocols.

In addition to limiting the number in the office at any time and taking the temperature of anyone entering the office space, we are strictly adhering to the guidelines set out by the CDC and continuing to practice Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) standards regarding sterilization/infection control. We have also increased our protocol to include consistent disinfection of all surfaces involved in human contact, including (but are not limited to) counter-tops, desktops, computer keyboards, door knobs, light switches, phones, and waiting room chairs.

We will continue to keep our patients updated on any changes in policy regarding COVID-19 as it remains a fluid situation and may change.