Jan Michael Rella, D.M.D.
Sinikka Kazanjian, D.M.D.
A self-described perfectionist who works well with others, Melissa began her dental career in 2001 and joined Riverfront Dental Care in 2011, where she assists the dentists during procedures, makes temporaries, sterilizes instruments, orders supplies, and works with the lab. Her credentials include Certified Dental Assistant and Registered Dental Assistant. She is also CPR and Radiology certified. Melissa thrives on patient interaction and enjoys performing her job to the best of her ability. Outside the office, she likes to work out, shop, and spend time with family.
Optimistic and friendly, Camille joined Riverfront Dental Care in 2001, where she assists the dentists during procedures, makes temporary crowns, sterilizes equipment, and keeps the doctors on schedule. In addition to earning her associate's degree in business, Camille has certifications in chairside assisting (Certified Dental Assistant and Registered Dental Assistant), infection control, CPR, and radiology. She loves working with the nice patients and staff. When not at the office, she sings in her church choir and enjoys yoga, working out, and taking walks.
Valentina began her journey into the dental field in 1999, which eventually led her down the career path of a Certified Dental Assistant and Registered Dental Assistant (CDA and RDA). She is also certified in CPR and Radiology. Valentina assists the doctors during procedures, takes x-rays, sterilizes equipment, takes impressions for temporary crowns, scans patients for Invisalign, discusses concerns with patients and provides our office with an optimistic and friendly approach to each day. Valentina takes pride in providing her patients a relaxed and comfortable environment. When not caring for her patients, Valentina enjoys spending time with her family and her dog. She also enjoys cooking, gardening and living an active lifestyle.
Andrea started her dental career in 2008 as a dental receptionist. She learned her passion for dentistry and made the transition to becoming a CDA/RDA. Andrea makes it her top priority to always help her patients feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible. She especially enjoys turning a patient's negative experience into a positive one. Andrea believes dental offices should not be a place of fear and strives to be as helpful as possible going above and beyond for patients and their needs.