Bonnie is originally from Snowflake, AZ. She always goes above and beyond for her patients and she enjoys being able to help them achieve their best smile in a comfortable way. She genuinely wants to provide every person who schedules an appointment at Stonebriar Smile Design with the greatest care possible!
Bonnie has a family that’s perfectly blended in unconditional love. When she isn’t busy at the office, she regularly volunteers at Zac’s Ridge, which is a non-profit organization that helps people make dramatic shifts in their life for the better. She also enjoys singing, sewing, doing crafts, and being the “handy man” around the house.
Hollie achieved her Bachelor’s in Dental Hygiene from Texas Women’s University, and she is extremely passionate about empowering every patient to achieve the optimum oral health and wellness they deserve. She is also trained in CPR, HIPPA, and nitrous oxide.
Hollie is from Dallas and has been working in dentistry for seven years so far. She and her awesome husband (who is a Dallas firefighter) have a Shih Tzu named Samuel. When she isn’t busy at work, she enjoys spending time at the lake with family and friends, traveling, and doing mission work. She actually comes from a family of professional wrestlers!
Aurelia has been working in dentistry for well over 20 years now, and she loves meeting new people and helping them care for their oral hygiene and health. She underwent RDH training at Concorde Career College. She always considers the comfort and health of patients as a first priority, and preventive dental therapy is emphasized every chance she gets. She loves looking for new, inventive ways to create positive dental experiences!
Originally from San Clemente, CA, Aurelia enjoys doing Bikram Yoga and spending lots of time around the ocean in her spare time. She also considers herself to be a humanitarian.
Lynette has been working in the dental field since 2005. Originally from Peotone, IL, she attended Lakeland College before majoring in Business Management at Olivet Nazarene University. Her favorite part of her job is getting to interact with patients and help them achieve total body health. In the past, she has worked in public dental health and with charity dental organizations in order to improve smiles and learn more about the systemic links between oral health and overall wellness.
Lynette has been in Texas for four years now, but before that, she lived in Illinois, Indiana, England, Utah, Nebraska, Georgia, and Pennsylvania as well! When she isn’t busy at the office, she enjoys camping, fishing, and working with children.
Cheryl joined our oral healthcare family in 2002, bringing over 30 years of experience in the field with her. She attended Wharton County College and is also trained in nitrous oxide sedation. Her favorite part of her job is being a detective when it comes to a patient’s health history and being able to identify risk factors. Patient education is a delight for her! She also enjoys using the practice’s advanced technology.
Cheryl is from Falfurrias, and she and her husband Oscar have four children. Outside of Stonebriar Smile Design, she enjoys spending time with her family, camping at the Frio River, going to the Frisco Flyer Special Olympics for her son Payton, and bowling. She is also so blessed to have a new granddaughter, born in August of 2017!
Ramona has been working in dentistry for 27 years and counting. She has undergone advanced training in cosmetics, TMJ treatment, sealants, coronal polishing, and nitrous oxide! For her, there is no better feeling than helping people who are embarrassed by their teeth finally enjoy a sparking smile and the renewed self-confidence they’ve always wanted. She also has a particular interest in helping veterans rebuild their oral health after military deployment.
Ramona lived in California and New Mexico before finally calling McKinney her home. She is married with three grown children, a daughter-in-law and a son-in-law, and the most adorable granddaughter ever. Her hobbies include reading anything and everything, baking, and being crafty. In fact, when she was a child, she used to go door to door selling the cookies she made! One customer would even pay her $20, which was an amazing amount of money for a 12-year-old back in 1978.