Kyle Taylor, DDS

Tranquil Bay Dental

2415 Penny Road Suite 203

High Point, NC 27265


At Deep River Pointe

Meet Us

Meet the Dentist

Kyle W. Taylor, DDS

Dr. Taylor has practiced dentistry since 1983, and he has spent the majority of his time in the dental profession treating patients at his own solo practices. He is licensed in both North Carolina and Florida.

He attended Emory University School of Dentistry in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating with honors. In his senior year, he was inducted by faculty into the dental honor fraternity, Omicron Kappa Upsilon. Before becoming a dentist, Dr. Taylor obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1979.

After graduation from dental school, Dr. Taylor extended his education by completing a dental General Practice Residency at Charlotte Memorial Hospital, now known as Atrium Health. During the residency, he treated both outpatient and hospitalized medically compromised patients with advanced cancer and severe diabetes, as well as patients with sometimes severe trauma to their teeth and jaws.

Dr. Taylor then opened two different private practices in the UNCC area of Charlotte, where he worked and treated patients for more than 28 years before opening his current practices in the Triad area of North Carolina.

Dr. Taylor completed a nine-month mini-residency in dental implantology at the Triangle Dental Institute in Durham in 2009. During this residency, he gained valuable education and experience in the dental field that helps him treat his patients with care every day.

Dr. Taylor has assisted with the Communities in School’s Partnership for Children’s Dental Health. As part of this charitable program, he provided complimentary dental care to underserved children in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area. He also has participated in Give Kids A Smile Day and is always looking forward to more opportunities to volunteer.

Dr. Taylor enjoys biking, hiking, and hanging out on Lake Norman with Linda, his wife of over 34 years, and their two rescue Maltese, Shiloh and Levi. Linda is a Realtor® who is also very committed to volunteering, particularly with online animal rights networking and petitioning to benefit numerous local and national dog and cat rescue organizations and causes.

Our Staff

About Hannah
About Angie
About Cindy

After graduating from the Dental Assisting program at Guilford Technical Community College in 2010, Hannah went to work at the practice of Dr. Ed Miller, a pediatric dentist in Greensboro, where she was employed until she joined Dr. Stanfield’s team (now Tranquil Bay Dental) in January 2014.

A native of the Piedmont Triad, Hannah grew up in Level Cross and Asheboro, but she now lives in Randleman, NC. Married in 2016 to her husband David, they both recently welcomed a new daughter, Brynn, to the family in June 2017. You may often see them with their favorite companion…a white lab named Jaxon. “He’s a 95-pound lap dog, and he’s spoiled rotten!”

Angie has lived here in the Triad her entire life.  She graduated from the dental assisting program at GTCC in 1984 and began working as a Certified Dental Assistant immediately after graduation.

Angie and her husband Tim enjoy spending time with their family as well as their pets Bella, their Boston terrier and their “pet” chickens and rooster.  Hobbies include being outdoors, working in the flower and herb gardens at home as well as keeping up with friends and family on social media.

Cindy joined the Army Reserves straight out of high school, and it was the Reserves that provided her with her dental assistant training. After leaving the Army, she worked as a dental assistant for nearly 14 years before earning her dental hygiene degree from Guilford Technical Community College in 2000.

She joined the practice as a part-time dental assistant in 1996, and on completion of her dental hygiene degree in 2000 assumed her current full-time position. In 2008, Cindy earned her bachelor’s degree in human relations from High Point University in High Point, NC. She says that what she learned has helped her understand the idea of teamwork better, and appreciate the collegial environment at the practice even more than she already did.

Cindy, her husband Tony, Dee Dee the beagle/border collie mix, and a herd of 27 Black Angus beef cattle live on a farm in southern Lexington, NC; originally farmed by Tony’s grandparents.

Cindy and Tony attend Mt. Zion Wesleyan Church in Thomasville, NC.