All professionals at Karen Torres, DDS, PA maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in the medical field. Read on to learn more about our staff's experience and training.
Karen Torres, DDS
Dr. Karen Torres was born in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1986 she relocated to the San Juan area in Puerto Rico. It was there she graduated from Antilles High School. Doctor T completed her Bachelor’s of Biology at UNC Greensboro in 1994. In 1999 she graduated “Cum Laude” from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS).
After graduating, Dr. Torres began her Dental career working for the Tri County Community Health Center in Dunn, NC. It brought her great joy helping a community in need of dental care. After a few years there, she was given an opportunity to continue her dentistry in Raleigh, NC. Being a little closer to the school she loves, and the area she loves living in, this was a great opportunity. She started her private practice on March 5th, 2009 in the MacGregor Village shopping center in Cary, NC. She carefully chose a staff who shares in her goals and vision for the practice to give you the best dental care possible.
In 2011 Dr. Torres’ husband and business partner Chad Stall joined the office full time after selling his very successful Ballroom Dance studio in April of 2011. Together, they have worked hard to bring their patients the best levels of patient and customer care. The dental practice brings a great deal of happiness to their lives. Seeing how Dentistry can help bring a smile back to someone’s face is the most rewarding. They also find a lot of joy outside of the office. They are proud parents of two cats, Vader and Sidious, and love to dance, be outdoors, travel and visit with their families.
Dr. Torres and staff truly Care For Your Smile. Dr. Torres’s caring personality and ability as an excellent communicator result in optimal personalized dental care. When treating her patients, her chief concern is the patient’s comfort and well being. Now that’s something to smile about.