About Our Team

About Our Team

dr-lineberry.jpgJeffrey W. Lineberry, DDS

Jeffrey W. Lineberry, DDS currently resides in Mooresville, North Carolina with his wife and two boys and owns and operates a full-time, restorative-focused practice. In mid-2013, Dr. Lineberry sold his practice in Boone, North Carolina and he and his family relocated to the Mooresville, North Carolina area. Afterwards, he took on renovating an old office, which is now a satellite office located in Denver, North Carolina. He also purchased a full-time dental practice in Mooresville.

Outside of the office, Dr. Lineberry spends time volunteering his time and dental skills to those less fortunate, takes numerous continuing education courses every year as well as helping other dental colleagues learn and understand principles in occlusion, TMD/TMJ issues, treatment planning and complex restorative dentistry. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Lineberry spends time with his family, enjoys lake and water activities, the great outdoors and reads numerous articles and books each year.

Education and Training

After obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Western Carolina University in 1995, Dr. Lineberry obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2000. In 2001, Dr. Lineberry began furthering his education by attending the Pankey Institute in Florida and completing all of the continuums, along with attending multiple other courses every year. He has continued to do so ever since. In 2009, he obtained his Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry and was selected as a lead mentor at Spear Education. In 2011, he became a visiting faculty member at Spear education and became an Accreditation candidate in the AACD. Dr. Lineberry continues his professional growth in dentistry and has become active in dental education as an up-and-coming dental educator. Currently involved with many professional organizations and community outreach programs, Dr. Lineberry is continually looking for ways to improve the dental profession as a whole, and for ways to help his fellow dental professionals grow and develop.

Sally Hinson - Dental Assistant

Sally Hinson – Dental Assistant

“I love my job,” declares this graduate of Rowan Cabarrus Community College. “We get to help people accomplish the goals they have and help them feel healthier and better about themselves. I also really appreciate the team I work with. We work very well together with total focus on the well-being of our patients.” Sally is married and has a 15-year-old daughter, a six-year-old son, and a four-year-old son. In her free time, she enjoys family time, singing in church, teaching in kid’s church, and helping others.

Megan LeBlanc - Patient Care Coordinator

Megan LeBlanc – Patient Care Coordinator

Trained at the Fortis Institute in Pensacola, Florida and fortified with training in CEREC technology and Dexis imaging, Megan is very excited to be a part of the Carolina Center for Comprehensive Dentistry team. “I love that I am always doing something different. I am never in the same spot or doing the same thing throughout the day,” remarks Megan. “Part of what keeps me busy is the comprehensive care we give our patients. We map out their treatments ahead of time, so both the team and the patient are on the same page. It is a completely patient-centered approach.” Megan and her husband recently moved to Mooresville from Florida. They, and their dog Elvis, love being outdoors. As a couple, they are actively involved in their church, and in her own time, Megan enjoys crafting, decorating, planning events. and blogging when time permits.

Jenny Czerney - Dental Hygienist

Jennifer Czerney – Registered Dental Hygienist

Jennifer graduated from Delta College in Bay City Michigan and has been excited to work in the dental field ever since. In addition to her RDH training, she has obtained her nitrous oxide and local anesthetic certification, which allows her to help keep patients comfortable and relaxed. “ I think it is so wonderful to have the opportunity to build relationships with our patients, educating them and helping them obtain good oral health,” says Jennifer. “Our staff really works together on this, and the relationships we build with our patients are genuine. This personalized approach allows us to treat each patient and situation uniquely.” Jennifer has been married for 12 years and she and her husband have two children. When not making patients smile, she enjoys gardening and reading.