Bruce Peller, DDM
Dr. Bruce Peller
Born and raised in New York City, Dr. Bruce Peller has been proud to call North Carolina home since 1979.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Peller also received an MBA in Health Care Administration from the prestigious Wharton Graduate School of Business.
After completing his combined DMD/MBA in 1979, he moved to North Carolina where he practiced clinical dentistry as a staff member of the RJR, "Winston-Salem Dental Care Plan”. After leaving RJR Dr. Peller started his private practice in 1988 and named it “Northpoint Dental Care”.
Providing apects of Endodontics, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry Dr. Peller is pleased to be able to provide many patients with the opportunity to receive comprehensive care in one location. He also continue volunteering at the Community Care Center and give kids a smile programs.
He is a member of the American Dental Association, The American Association of Implant Dentistry, a "Fellow" of The Academy of General Dentistry, North Carolina Dental Society and Forsyth County Dental Society.
Dr. Peller practices with his wife, Dr. Paula Henao. He enjoys gardening, playing the piano and music in general.
Paula A. Henao, DDS
Dr. Paula Henao
Originally from Pereira, Colombia, Dr. Paula A. Henao received her Dental Degree from the Autónoma University of Manizales. After working for one year in Cali, Colombia she moved to North Carolina. Dr Paula completed her Associate Degree in Arts- Pre-Health Education at Guilford Technical Community College and she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery at UNC-Chapel Hilll. During her year at UNC she participated in several community activities that include health fairs, school dental bus, SHAC clinic and worked with the Orange County Health department and the Hispanic Student Dental Association (HSDA), American Student Dental Association (ASDA) and Student National Dental Association (SNDA).
Service has always been a priority for Dr. Paula, she completed her dental rotation at Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos an orphanage in Honduras, participated in a mission trip to the Dominican Republic and has been involved in several activities in her native Colombia. After graduation she was the first full time dentist at the Community Care Center in Winston Salem—where she continues doing volunteer work to present. Dr. Paula has participated in different activities with the dental school in Chapel Hill, the Forsyth Community College, and the Forsyth Dental Society among other organizations.
In her free time Dr. Paula enjoys family and friends, traveling, arts and crafts including jewelry making.