MyrissaMyrissa was born and raised in Cedar Grove, NC. In 2000, and graduated from The UNC School of Dentistry Dental Assisting program. In 2004, she received her Bachelors of Science degree in Dental Hygiene from UNC Chapel Hill. She currently resides in Clayton with her wonderful husband and three beautiful children. When away from the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Myrissa wants to make sure you are comfortable during your treatment at Triangle Family Dentistry.
Yolanda was born and raised in Little Rock, South Carolina but has spent most of her adult life in North Carolina. She became interested in dental hygiene and had the opportunity to volunteer at the Health Department in Cumberland County. While volunteering she was able to assist with various dental projects in the community as well as gain a deep commitment to the dental hygiene profession. She obtained her degree in dental hygiene from Fayetteville Technical Community College where she was SADHA president as well as student ambassador in 2003. After graduating, she served as NCDHA president for Cumberland County in 2004.Yolanda and her family moved to Fuquay Varina when her husband retired from the military in 2003. She loves to travel to see friends and family.
AlexAlex was born In Smithfield, NC, but raised in Fuquay-Varina. Alex graduated from Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) from the dental hygiene program. He was class president of his graduating class and elected by the school to give speeches on multiple occasions including his graduation ceremony speech and a speech to Governor Roy Cooper. When away from the office, Alex loves to hike and go to the gym on a daily basis. He is an avid sports fan and loves to dance. Giving back to the community and helping those underserved is a passion of his. Alex wants to make sure you are comfortable and have the best experience during your treatment at Triangle Family Dentistry.
JarrielJarriel was born and raised in Durham, NC. In 2014, he moved to Northern VA in Fairfax County and began pursuing an Associates of Science in dental hygiene. He worked as a dental assistant for a year and a half while finishing his prerequisites to get an understanding about the restorative side of dentistry, and then completed the program in 2018, becoming the first male to graduate from his program at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown, VA. He currently resides in Holly Springs NC with his wife. When away from the office, he enjoys traveling, physical fitness, and working out in the yard. Jarriel enjoys getting to know his patients and making sure they have the best dental experience ever.
SheenaSheena was born and raised in Goldsboro, North Carolina. After being at a crossroads, she decided to try Dental Hygiene as a profession. In 2018 she graduated from the Wayne Community College (WCC) Dental Hygiene program, and has enjoyed working as a hygienist ever since. She loves to make patients comfortable and educate them about their beautiful teeth and smile! She currently resides in Garner, North Carolina. In her free time, Sheena enjoys spending time with her labradoodle, traveling to new places, and seeing friends and family.
KateKate recently move from Long Island, NY. She graduated from Farmingdale State College, New York in 2009 with her Associates in Dental Hygiene. Kates favorite part about working in dentistry is meeting and interacting with many different people. Her goal is to always make patients feel comfortable and confident in there smiles. In her free time, Kate loves to work out, travel, spend time with her family, friends and her cat Blue.
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.