Dr. Kiefer was born and raised in Illinois. She moved to North Carolina to attend the UNC School of Dentistry, and she currently resides in Cary, NC with her husband, Aaron.After graduating from the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, Dr. Kiefer completed a residency through the UNC Hospital system. During her residency, Dr. Kiefer treated special needs children and adults, geriatric guests, and guests with complex medical histories. In addition, she obtained significant training in sedation and operating room dentistry. Dr. Kiefer has volunteered her services to the underserved throughout the state with the NC Mission of Mercy (MOM) clinics and in Orange County at the SHAC clinic. She has also participated in dental/medical mission trips to Honduras and Ecuador. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Kiefer volunteers with World Relief, an organization that helps relocate and settle refugee families in the area. She also serves in the children’s ministry at her local church in Cary.Dr. Kiefer spends her free time away from dentistry enjoying outdoor activities with her family and friends. She enjoys running, cycling, and swimming, and she competes in marathons and triathlons.
Dr. Jonathan Boes was born in Fayetteville, NC and he currently resides in North Raleigh with his wife Aimee and daughters Elizabeth and Emilia. He attended college in Cleveland, OH at Case Western Reserve University where he obtained a Bachelors and Masters degree in Computer Engineering. In 1996, he moved to Raleigh and worked in RTP for various telecommunications startups, designing embedded software. Dr. Boes later decided to pursue a career in dentistry and graduated in 2007 from the University of Chapel Hill with a Doctorate in Dental Surgery.
He continued his advanced training in implant placement, bone grafting and sinus lifting under Dr. Carl Misch, Dr. Mark Hunt, Dr. Glenn Reside, Dr. Matthew Hopfesperger, Dr. David Simpson and Dr. John Russo. He attended many courses including the Misch International Implant Institute, Triangle Dental Institute, Cadaver Bone and Soft Tissue Grafting, and Oral Sedation. He earned his fellowship with the International Congress of Oral Implantologist (IOCI). During his career he has performed thousands of bone grafts and implant placements.
Dr. Boes is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Dentistry. He has maintained a private practice in which he has specialized in oral surgery with a focus on implant placement and bone grafting.
Dr. Lee has lived most of his life in North Carolina and has been in the Triangle area for over 15 years. He currently lives in Raleigh with his Jack Russell, Boomer.
Prior to attending Dental School at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Dr. Lee began his dental career in an Orthodontic Practice helping people improve their beautiful smiles. During his time at UNC School of Dentistry, Dr. Lee served as the Vice President and then the President of his dental class. He did rotations at the New Hanover CHC in Wilmington, NC, and at the VA Medical Center in Mountain Home, Tennessee. He also traveled to Cuernavaca, Mexico, to give dental care to the children of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, an organization that provided a home for thousands of orphans and abandoned children.
Dr. Lee has volunteered numerous hours at projects such as the Missions of Mercy (MOM) clinics across the State and the Orange County SHAC clinic, which provide dental care to the underserved population.
Upon graduating from Dental School, Dr. Lee completed his AEGD Residency at the VAMC in Fayetteville, NC. He performed a wide range of procedures including restorative, endodontics, crowns, bridges, surgical extractions, periodontal treatment, dentures, and implants.
Dr. Lee attends meetings regularly and takes numerous continuing education courses throughout the year to stay on the forefront of technology. When he isn’t thinking about dentistry, Dr. Lee enjoys spending time with friends and family. He loves to travel whenever possible and has a Jack Russell Terrier that keeps him busy. He is a fan of music, singing, the arts, live shows and concerts. He also enjoys watching college football and basketball, the NFL, and loves his N.C. State Wolfpack!
Dr. Sireci was born and raised just outside of New York City in Westchester County, NY. She went to Loyola University Maryland and completed a major in Biochemistry with a minor in Entrepreneurship. Then Dr. Sireci decided to stay in Baltimore to attend the world’s first dental college, University of Maryland. It was there that she met her husband, Adam, who is also a dentist.
While in her final year of dental school, Dr. Sireci was selected to be part of a clerkship providing free comprehensive dental care to female victims of domestic violence. She was on the board of both the Student Dental Association and the Hispanic Dental Association and helped to organize social outreach and volunteering events. Upon graduating, Dr. Sireci received the Dean’s Community Service Award. At the completion of her senior case presentation, she was also chosen for the Academy of Dental Materials Award and the American Association of Public Health Dentistry Award.
Dr. Sireci then returned to the Northeast to complete a one year hospital-based General Practice Residency in Danbury, Connecticut. Here she honed her prosthetic and surgical skills while treating special needs patients in the operating room, providing dental care in an emergency setting, and developing treatment plans for medically complex patients.
She and her husband live in Raleigh with their dog. They love to watch sports, travel the world, and cook together as well as tackle DIY projects around the house. Dr. Sireci enjoys continuing education courses and looks forward to helping her patients improve their oral health and brighten their smiles!
Dr. Guerrier is a North Carolina native who grew up in Huntersville, NC. She earned her B.S. in Health Sciences at Furman University and played on the varsity softball team. She moved to Chapel Hill after graduation and attended UNC School of Dentistry. Dr. Guerrier enjoys developing close relationships with her patients and ensuring they receive the best care possible.
When she is not practicing dentistry, Stephanie can be found traveling and watching sports with her husband, Jonathon. They have a wheaten terrier dog named Waveland. Dr. Guerrier loves lattes, board games, reading non-fiction, and fantasy football.
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As we continue to monitor the rapidly changing landscape around the coronavirus (COVID-19), our primary goal is for the safety and well-being of our patients and team members.
In response to the recommendations from the American Dental Association and the North Carolina Dental Board, WE ARE OPEN for dental work deemed Emergency Care. Emergency care is defined as trauma, broken tooth, pain, swelling, or infection.
All other, non-emergency care will be scheduled for a later date.
We have made this decision for the health and safety of you and our team members,
If you believe you have a dental emergency, instead of going to your local hospital emergency room we would prefer you contact us in order to avoid overwhelming healthcare workers dealing with those suffering from the coronavirus.
In the event you have a dental emergency during this time, please call for an appointment OR schedule a virtual consultation to speak with a doctor from the comfort of your home.
We have teams in several locations prepared to treat dental emergencies.
We will update this schedule and availability as more information becomes available.
Our commitment is to provide urgent dental care in a clean, safe and efficient manner during this turbulent time.
We are available for you.
Stay safe and healthy and we’ll see you at the office again soon!
Your Triangle Family Dentistry Team