Pamela K. Stover-Mejias, DDS
“I believe that every patient deserves to have a positive, fulfilling dental experience. I especially want to make sure that visiting the dentist is a positive experience for every child that comes into our office. Treating each patient with a gentle mother’s touch helps my patients relax through their dental procedures. I love interacting with my patients and feel that by listening to them and identifying their individual dental needs and desires, I am able to better treat each of them. My job is never boring; each day brings a new challenge and wonderful new learning experiences!”
Dr. Pamela Stover-Mejias has been practicing dentistry since 2004 and is a native of Salisbury, Maryland. She attended Texas A&M University, where she graduated with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. She continued on to the University of Maryland Dental School, earning her Doctorate of Dental Surgery, and completed her Advanced Education in General Dentistry at Audie L. Murphy VA Hospital in San Antonio, Texas.
Dr. Stover-Mejias has advanced training in aesthetic procedures, dental implants, gum surgery, root canals, treatment of complex dental cases, and management of medically compromised patients. She is committed to providing her patients with excellent care and for this reason, she continues to take many hours of continuing education each year.
In addition to regularly continuing her education, Dr. Stover-Mejias is an active member of numerous professional organizations, including the Academy of General Dentistry, Charlottesville Area Dental Society, American Dental Association, Virginia Dental Association, and the Shenandoah Valley Dental Association.
Dr. Stover-Mejias has been recognized for excellence in dentistry with numerous dental honor societies. She has also been selected as one of Virginia’s Top Dentists every year since its inception in 2009, which is quite an honor, as selection is based upon recommendation by peer dentists in the community.
Dr. Stover-Mejias currently resides in Charlottesville with her husband, Marco, their boys, Keegan and Brodie. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, running, watching college football, and attending a variety of sporting events with her boys. Dr. Stover-Mejias volunteers locally with the Special Olympics and the Cavalier Aquatics swim team. She also volunteers her dental services through the Charlottesville Free Clinic and Donated Dental Services of Virginia.