Dr. Nathan Romney
Dr. Romney began his studies at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Following graduation from dental school, Dr. Romney completed a residency in Advanced Education in General Dentistry at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.
After completing his general dentistry residency, Dr. Romney worked as a family and cosmetic dentist for five years. His time as a general dentist makes him uniquely qualified to manage difficult restorative and cosmetic treatments. After years in practice as a general dentist, Dr. Romney realized that his most rewarding days were spent treating children and decided to return for more schooling to specialize in pediatrics. Dr. Romney went on to receive a Master of Science Degree in Oral Biology at the University of Toledo and obtained his certificate in pediatric dentistry from the University of Toledo Medical Center.
As a father of four children, Dr. Romney also has first-hand knowledge of the anxiety parents may have and is sensitive to the needs of children and adults. Because of this, Dr. Romney welcomes parents to stay with their children throughout the appointment if they prefer.
When he’s not at the office, Dr. Romney is active in the community and enjoys spending time with his wife and four children. He loves outdoor activities, especially running around with his kids!
Yvette Vernor Dye, DDS
Yvette Vernor Dye, DDS is our Dentist. She is an Aggie and a Pediatric Dentist. Her undergraduate degree is from Texas A&M University. WHOOP! The University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston conferred her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree and then Baylor College of Dentistry granted her the specialty in Pediatric Dentistry for the two years post graduate study. During her specialty training, Dr. Dye worked at the Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas, TX, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas and Denton State School in Denton, TX. This provided her a well rounded educational base both didactically and clinically. The Hospital’s and State School in Denton gave her the experience in special needs both mentally and physically while the classroom gave her the education needed for research based treatment.
In addition, Dr. Dye has worked in a variety of challenging dental settings. She worked in the undergraduate clinic at Baylor College of Dentistry teaching junior and senior students about dentistry for children. They were learning behavior techniques in addition to the special dental procedures specific to children and adolescents. She was the first dentist at the Juvenile Detention Center in Dallas, TX. That was certainly a learning experience in more ways than just dentistry. She returned to Denton State School part time as the dentist in charge of the graduate students from Baylor College of Dentistry.
Dr. Dye currently is one of the dentists at Texas Woman’s University for the Dental Hygiene Department in Denton, TX.
In her spare time, she is an IRONMAN! She has completed five full distance triathlons. A full distance triathlon consists of of 140.6 miles in less than 17 hours. An Ironman event consist of a swim of 2.4 miles, a bike ride of 112 miles and a marathon of 26.2 miles. She also loves to quilt and is a member of the Ladies of Grace at First Baptist Church in Denton, TX. She is also on the Board for First Refuge, an organization that offers aid to those in Denton County, by meeting their spiritual, emotional and physical needs.