Dr. Yolanda Wright-Lowry
Dr. Yolanda Wright-Lowry, DMD was born in Peoria, Illinois, and is a graduate of Limestone Community High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at Indiana State University. She went on to the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry, where she received a Dean’s scholarship for her academic success and graduated with a doctorate in dental medicine.
Dr. Wright-Lowry completed her dental residency program at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria, where she provided service for the underserved population, medically compromised patients, children and physically and mentally disabled patients.
Dr. Wright-Lowry is an active member of her local Peoria District Dental Society (PDDS), where she is an Illinois State Dental Society Delegate alternate and sits on the Give Kids a Smile (GKAS) committee. She is also a long-time member of the American Dental Associate (ADA). She has engaged in several continuing education seminars covering the topics of implant placement, cosmetic dentistry, and holistic dentistry.
Dr. Wright-Lowry and her husband, Ryan, have four children and reside in Peoria and are committed to serving the Peoria community through various local organizations. Dr. Wright-Lowry enjoys exercising, outdoor activities, travel and spending time with her family and friends.
Registered Dental Assistant Alysa Martz
Alysa has been a dental assistant since 2017 after she graduated from Midwest Technical Institute. Alysa started in the dental field after falling in love with dentistry in college. Driven by her own dental experiences, Alysa strives to make patients feel more comfortable and at ease in the dental office. Alysa love being outside and spending time with her husband, son and two (2) dogs.
Registered Dental Hygienist Kelli Storm
Kelli graduated from Illinois Central College Dental Hygiene Program in 2008. She has been working as a dental hygienist in the Peoria area since she graduated. Kelli is married to her husband, Mike, and they have two beautiful boys. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family.
Dr. Thomas Boyd [Retired]
- American Dental Association
- Illinois State Dental Society
- Chicago Dental Society
- Peoria District Dental Society
Over 2000 hours of continuing-education courses, including Teeth Whitening, Porcelain Crowns, Bridges & Veneers, Mercury-Free Fillings, Porcelain Bonding, Nonsurgical Periodontal Care, Intraoral Camera, Digital Xrays, Ultrasonic Cleanings, and Implant Restorations. Our practice welcomes children of all ages.
- Illinois State Dental Society Mission of Mercy, which delivers free dental work to people in need
- ADA Give Kids a Smile Program, treating local children with dental needs
A general dentist who has earned the designation of "Master" of the AGD (MAGD) has completed a structured and demanding set of requirements. To attain the MAGD, your dentist must first be a Fellow in the AGD. Your dentist must then earn an additional 600 approved continuing education hours (including 400 hours of hands-on courses), while meeting minimum requirements in certain dental disciplines.