Stacey Rogers, D.M.D.
Dr. Stacey Rogers was born and raised in Rhode Island. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Boston College before earning her DMD from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Rogers returned to Rhode Island to practice dentistry and has been compassionately treating patients since 2006. She is well-versed in general dentistry and additional services, such as Invisalign, Botox, and fillers. While not working, Dr. Rogers enjoys traveling with her husband, Philip, and exploring the local restaurant scene with family and friends.
Charles Pham, D.M.D.
Dr. Charles Pham graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, MA with his DMD and went on to obtain his certificate in periodontics and Master of Medical Science (MMSc) from Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
He is from Georgia and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia.
While at Tufts, Dr. Pham served as Co-President of the Tufts Periodontology Study Club. He contributed an online PowerPoint presentation for one of the chapters of a well-known textbook in periodontics: “Carranza’s Clinical Periodontology”, on the topic of “Restorative Interrelationships”. Upon graduation he was honored to be the recipient of the Robert, D51, and Eleanor Levin Endowed Senior Prize Fund in Periodontics.
While at Harvard, Dr. Pham participated in research on dental lasers and their use for periodontitis as well as on a widely used dental material in implant dentistry- zirconia. He also presented on the use of dental lasers for periodontal surgery at the Ivy League Tri-School to residents and faculty from Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard University. Upon finishing his residency he was awarded the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) Postdoctoral Award.
While not working, Dr. Pham and his wife enjoys exploring the architecture and nature around New England, taking photographs, and cooking. He is excited to be a part of the Rhode Island community
Carla Boudreau, R.D.H.
Carla has almost 20 years of experience as a dental hygienist. She graduated from the University of Rhode Island where she received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees. In addition to her clinical experience, Carla was a clinical instructor for three years in the CCRI dental hygiene program. Carla enjoys long distance running, cross stitch, and walking her Weimaraner, Bronn.
Bethany Vale, R.D.H.
Bethany has been a hygienist since 2002 and loves the interaction that she has with her patients. She enjoys learning how people are all so different and teaching them healthy habits. Outside of work, Bethany enjoys the beach, traveling, cooking, wine tasting, dining out and spoiling her two silly bulldogs. Family and friends round out a happy, fun and always interesting life.
Diane Wissman, Dental Assistant
Diane was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She’s been assisting for over 25 years. Diane finds helping patients through their dental visits extremely gratifying. If a patient leaves with a smile on their face it makes her day. When she’s not working, she enjoys her 2 teenage children, paddle boarding, fishing, yoga and snow shoeing in the winter.
Brianne Noon, Dental Assistant
Brianne was born and raised in South Kingstown, RI but spent a few years living and working in Miami, FL. She originally began her professional career in restaurant management, but later completed a course in dental assisting and fell in love with the dental field. She recently joined the Capalbo Dental Group of Wakefield office and really enjoys working with the team. She enjoys spin class, yoga and barbecues on the beach in the summer months.
Michele Costa, Dental Assistant
Michele is a caring and enthusiastic dental assistant with over 7 years of experience in both clinical and front desk work. She loves that she is able to help patients maintain a beautiful healthy smile. When not at work, she enjoys yoga, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
Cindy has enjoyed 30 years on the management side of the dental profession. She has built long-standing relationships with the patients and considers them her “second family.” She and her husband, David, have lived in North Kingstown since 1983, having relocated to RI from New York State for her husband’s employment. Their son, Dave, lives in Providence. They travel as often as they can to Colorado to spend time with their daughter Sarah, son in law Chris, and two adorable grandsons, Tiergan and Caelan.
Ashley has been in the dental field for 15 years, with both clinical and administrative experience. She has always had a passion for dentistry, starting as a receptionist at a community health center, growing to be a chair-side assistant, followed by becoming involved in office management. Ashley enjoys helping patients understand their treatment and making them feel comfortable. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two boys, and little girl.