Angel, a Zachary native, graduated from LSU with a B.S. in Biological Sciences and is currently working towards her masters degree in Biology, with plans to go on to dental school. When she isn’t working in the office or in the classroom, Angel spends time with her yorkie, Tiger.
“One of my favorite things about working here is seeing a patient achieve the perfect smile.”
Stephanie is a native of Southeast Louisiana, born in Chalmette and raised in Baton Rouge. After recieving her bachelor’s degree from Southeastern Louisiana University, she graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Dentistry as a dental hygienist. Working at Smiles Studio has inspired Stephanie to continue her education in the field and become a dentist herself. She enjoys personal fitness and travel in her spare time.
“I enjoy being able to help patients improve their oral health care and making patients happier when they leave.”
Khadijah is a native of Zachary and a graduate of Zachary High School. Go Broncos! She loves being the person to greet each patient with her own warm and welcoming smile. Having already earned her license as a Certified Nursing Assistant, Khadijah plans to continue her journey to become a nurse. Since joining Smiles Studio in December of 2017, she has proven to be a quick learner and a team players, helping out wherever she is needed.
“I’m so proud to work with such an amazing group of people each day; caring for people is what I love to do and it’s what Smiles Studio is all about.”
Brittany was born and raised in Centreville, Miss., and graduated with honors from Concorde Career College in Memphis, Tenn., earning her degree as a dental hygienist in 2014. She is a recent addition to the Smiles Studio family, joining the staff in January of 2018. Brittany is married to her high school sweetheart, Brad, and they are expecting their first child. Away from the office, she enjoys being with her family and outdoor activities.
“I have wanted to be a dental hygienist since the 9th grade and have alway kept the words of my grandmother in mind, ‘The first thing a person sees is your smile’.’