Alan J. White
Education:D.D.S. Degree University of Tennessee 1987
Residency Certificate East Carolina University 1988
B.A. Degree University of Tennessee 1983
Professional Organization Memberships:
American Dental Association (ADA)
Virginia Dental Association (VDA)
Shenandoah Valley Dental Association (SVDA)
Academy of General Dentistry (AGD)
Academy of Forensic Odontology
Xi Psi Phi Dental Fraternity
Dr. White has two sons, Jordan and Drew, with his loving wife, Deedra. He enjoys hiking, Corvair cars, flying his plane, and skiing. He is also an avid University of Tennessee fan.
Meet Our Team
Our team at the dental practice of Dr. Alan J. White, D.D.S. is honored to serve you and your family members! We work hard to provide outstanding dental care in Staunton, Virginia, and we are so excited to give you the smile of your dreams. We work alongside our dentist to give you the best dental experience possible, and we look forward to working with you! Please feel free to read our biographies to get to know our team a little bit better.
Malissa Warren – Office Coordinator
Malissa has been with the practice since 1969. She has worked with Dr. White since 1991. Malissa has been married to her husband, Buddy, for 42 years. She has a son, Chad, and two granddaughters, Victoria Mia and Anna Maria. In her free time, Malissa and Buddy love riding their Harley all over the US.
Linda Dundas – Financial Coordinator
Linda has been with the practice since 1997. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, baking, sewing, and traveling to the beach.
Wendy Mullen – Office Coordinator
Wendy has been with the practice since 2011. She grew up locally in Stuarts Draft and is a busy mom of four beautiful children. In the evenings and on weekends, she and the kids are involved with soccer, football, piano, and church events. She enjoys baking, going to the gym, reading, gardening, and living a healthy lifestyle.
Meagan Neil–Registered Dental Hygienist
A.S. Degree in Dental Hygiene from West Virginia University Institute of Technology, 2007.
WVU Clinician of the Year 2007
Meagan is a down to earth “Country Girl” who was born and raised in Highland County. She and her husband, Timmy, have a daughter, Hensley, and a son, Lane. Meagan is very outgoing and family oriented, living by the motto: “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you ever can.” – John Wesley
Jennifer Pretz – Registered Dental Hygienist
A.S. degree in Applied Sciences from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.President of Dental Hygiene Class of 2000.
Jennifer has worked in the dental profession since 1993 doing everything from dental assisting to patient management to dental hygiene. In 2000, Jennifer completed her dental hygiene degree and is currently licensed in Virginia and New Jersey. She enjoys spending time with her husband Dave, son Jared, and daughter Lillyan. She also enjoys reading, outdoor activities, and traveling.
Cheri Downs – Dental Assistant
Cheri has been with the practice since 1992. She enjoys spending time with family, her niece Sadie and nephew Cooper and her Silver Lab. She also enjoys making new recipes, shopping, gardening, and relaxing.
Dana Frazier – Dental Assistant
According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, close to 37,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year. Oral cancer will cause over 8,000 deaths, killing roughly 1 person per hour, 24 hours per day. The main reason for these grim statistics, is not because oral cancer is hard to diagnose, but because it is diagnosed too late-when it is in its advanced stages. As your dentist, I am dedicating myself to do everything that I possibly can to reduce these alarming oral cancer statistics one patient at a time. That’s why I recently invested in a new, advanced screening device that will enable me and my team to perform a detailed oral exam on our adult patients with far more accuracy than we ever could in the past. The device, which is called Identafi, is about the size of a power tooth brush, and uses three different wavelengths of light to help detect any suspicious areas in the mouth that would be impossible for us to see with our naked eyes. These suspicious areas, upon further evaluation, are usually benign, but I think you’ll agree that it’s always better to be safe than sorry. During your next hygiene examine will be performing a thorough Identafi examination and we will gladly answer any and all questions. If it has been a while since your last appointment, I recommend that you schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience.