Dr. Chris Yelton grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. While in dental school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, he participated in endodontic research and gave presentations at numerous professional meetings all over the United States. Dr. Yelton graduated Summa Cum Laude and was accepted straight out of dental school into the Stowers Johnson Postgraduate Endodontic Program at the University of Missouri Kansas City. While in his residency Dr. Yelton served as Chief Resident, gave endodontic lectures and provided clinical assistance and supervision to dental students, and published articles in the Journal of Endodontics. Dr. Yelton has published articles on obturation, 3D imaging with CBCT, and the use of ultrasonics. Learn More
Janet is the Office Manager of the Fort Worth Location at Essential Endodontics since September 2018. She began her career in dental administration in January 2008, as a front office specialist and worked her way up to multiple positions and managed multiple offices, and eventually became the Northern Regional Manager of Essential Endodontics in September 2019. Throughout her career, she has performed every detail of administrative and operational functions in a variety of dental practices. Janet’s passion is to help teams maximize growth and productivity. She strives to empower her teams to be the best version of themselves, which directly results in exceptional dental care to all of EE’s patients. She graduated from the University of North Florida with a dual degree in Biology and Chemistry. In her spare time, Janet enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and reading.
Dr. Kendra Clark received her Bachelor of Science in Biology as a student athlete from the University of Southern Mississippi. She completed her PhD in Basic Medical Sciences at the University of South Alabama. Dr. Clark then attended the University of Mississippi Medical Center to obtain a Doctor of Dental Medicine. While in dental school, she participated in cell regeneration research and presented her findings at numerous professional meetings nationally and internationally. Dr. Clark moved to Dallas in 2018 to attend Texas A&M Baylor College of Dentistry Graduate Endodontic Program. While in residency, Dr. Clark served as Chief resident, provided supervision to dental students in preclinical laboratory and published her research in the Journal of Endodontics. Dr. Clark is currently a board-eligible candidate and is pursuing her goal to become a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics. In her free time, Dr. Clark enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.