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Dr. Angelova is the dentist owner of our office. She is also holding a part-time teaching position as a Clinical Assistant Professor of General Dentistry at the University of Texas School of Dentistry in Houston.
Marilu is from sunny Southern California and has been working in the dental industry for 17 years. For fun, she is a make-up artist and her hidden talent is singing. One of her favorite things is working with Dr. Angelova, because she encourages her to grow. Words of wisdom from Marilu: Don’t wait until your tooth hurts to get it checked or treated.
Samanda is originally from Fontana, California. She is a pizza fan, but also likes trying out new cuisines with friends and has a hidden talent for baking desserts. One of her favorite things about working with Dr. Angelova, is her genuine interest in and caring about patients and staff. Words of wisdom from Sam: “Life is short, so keep on smiling.”
Evette is from Sugar Land. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, playing outdoors, working out, yoga, working in her garden and DIY projects. The one dental tip she would like everyone to know is, prevention is the key to success. Her hidden talent is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Her favorite thing about working at Imperial Dental Center is Dr. Angelova and the staff at Imperial treats their patients like family.
The one thing that Alex cannot live without is her children. Her number one dental tip to patients is: Only floss the teeth you want to keep. Her favorite quote: ``Be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud``. While visiting Thailand is on her bucket list, she loves spending time the Philippines to visit her family. Her hidden talent is blowing bubbles with her tongue!
Prior to joining our team, Marina worked in Afghanistan supporting the U.S. troops. She prioritizes time for her family and her dog Leo. A creative mind, Marina has a talent for graphic and interior design. Her favorite thing about working at Imperial Dental Center is interacting with patients and coworkers whom she calls “family”. Words of wisdom from Marina: Visit your dentist at least twice per year.