Helping Others through Gentle Dental Care
Each day I have the privilege of meeting new people, establishing relationships with each, and helping them improve their lives. Dentistry is about connections and caring for each person as an individual.
Each of my patients has unique clinical and personal needs and goals. It’s my job to learn exactly what a patient requires to achieve optimal oral health and a beautiful smile. I tailor a person’s care approach to ensure the best results. As a family dentist, I love providing a gentle and fun first visit for a child as much as I love restoring a grandparent’s ability to chew comfortably.
Being a dentist means I’m able to relieve a person’s dental pain, and restore comfort and quality of life. I’m also able to improve someone’s smile, which increases their self-esteem and confidence in their social life. Being a dentist means serving and helping others enjoy better health and greater happiness. I cannot imagine anything more rewarding! — Dr. Yanina Cox
Cox Dental Care
Dr. Cox has assembled a friendly, caring team, and each person is committed to making our patients feel safe and welcome. Together, we’ve created a pleasant and supportive environment, where patients’ comfort is a top priority and each person is treated like a family member.
Education and Continuing Education
Dr. Cox’s Doctorate of Dental Medicine was awarded by Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine. Since graduating, Dr. Cox has sought out continuing education opportunities, and sought to expand her skills and the services she’s able to provide patients.
Oral healthcare is an evolving field. Advances in materials, techniques, and technology mean more options, stronger results, and more comfortable dental experiences for patients. Dr. Cox is committed to providing each patient with the smile of their dreams, and ensuring treatment is efficient, effective, and comfortable. Continuing education is part of that commitment.
Outside the Office
Born in Venezuela, Dr. Cox grew up in south Florida and has called upstate South Carolina home for several years. Her husband Adam is a practicing general dentist. The couple has two young children: son Thomas and daughter Sarah.
When she’s not caring for patients, Dr. Cox’s priority is time with her family. They enjoy attending outdoor festivals, cooking together, and activities with Resurrection Church in Greer.
Dr. Cox believes in helping others. She participates in mission trips to Jamaica, supports Hope Pantry, and volunteers in her church’s nursery.