Anna was born and raised in Kielce, Poland. She graduated from the Medical Academy of Gdansk with a degree in Dentistry. In 2004 she moved to Cary, NC where she lives with her husband, Mark.
During the first few years, she worked as a dental assistant to better explore the dental field in the United States. She graduated as a Dental Hygienist from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Anna loves spending her free time gardening and working on home improvement projects. She enjoys long walks with her husband and their little beagle, Tully.
Loretta was born in Phoenix, Arizona and moved to Durham when she was in elementary school. She went to High Point University for her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education in 2000. Loretta had a passion to serve her community in a different way, and decided to study Dental Hygiene. She graduated valedictorian of her Georgia State University Dental Hygiene Class In 2014.
Loretta Has practiced Dental Hygiene in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. She loves North Carolina, which she calls home, and is happy to be back to serve her home state and be closer to her family. Loretta is passionate about educating patients on their oral health and meeting new people. She enjoys making her patients feel comfortable and tailoring their dental care to their individual needs.
She lives in Durham and loves spending time with her family, friends and dog Stella. She enjoys traveling, cooking and trying out new restaurants.
Dhora was born in Elbasan, Albania, and moved to New York in 2006. She relocated to Apex, NC in 2019 with her husband Sander and two children Annie and Daniel.
Dhora graduated at the top of her class from New York City College of Technology in 2012 and received the NY Dental society award for academic excellence. She has practiced Dental Hygiene in NY and NC.
Growing up Dhora had major dental fear, which now enables her to empathize with high anxiety guests. She enjoys doing everything she can to make all her guests feel comfortable, as well as educating people on their dental health.
Outside the office Dhora loves to travel, learn new languages, cook, spend time with her family and work out.
Nicole was born and raised in Massachusetts where she earned her dental hygiene degree. She moved to Michigan shortly after graduation with her husband, Jerome, where they lived for about 14 years. Nicole along with her husband, 11 year old triplets, 4 year old, and two puppies now live in New Hill! They moved here in January of 2020 and she loves the area, people, and the winters! In her free time, Nicole enjoys watching her girls play soccer and her son play football!
Nicole is excited to be part of the TFD team! She enjoys meeting all of the guests and helping them meet their dental needs!
Megan is from southern Indiana where she was a nursing assistant. She later joined the US Army National Guard as a Parachute Rigger where she learned to pack parachutes and jump out of planes. After training, Megan went onto further her schooling and moved to Fort Bragg, NC where she took a dental assisting course and fell in love with Dentistry. Shortly after, Megan started at Fayetteville Technical Community College where she obtained her Dental Hygiene degree. She currently resides in Durham with her husband and blue-eyed little boy!
Outside the office, Megan loves to play soccer on her adult co-ed league. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching hockey, reading, traveling, skiing, hiking, and numerous outdoor activities.
Megan takes pride in working for TFD and enjoys educating her patients and caring for their individual needs!
Our mission is to provide state-of-art dentistry in the most comfortable environment possible. To guide our guests to optimal oral health with an emphasis on overall well-being. To non-judgmentally deliver the highest possible level of care with empathy and understanding. To continuously and relentlessly pursue excellence through continuing education, personal and team growth and mastering of leading-edge technology. To treat our guests as we would like to be treated. To accept our guests as partners in their wellness. To assume a leadership role as a resource – a body of information with concern for our guests’ overall well-being. To consistently deliver more than would reasonably be expected.