Dr. Michelle Aliotti

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Michelle was born in Maryland and lived in Georgia prior to moving to South Florida where she graduated from Deerfield Beach High School. Her mother, sisters, and brother still live in the South Florida area.

Dr. Michelle attended the University of Florida for her undergraduate degree and dental school. She received her D.M.D. degree in 2005 and completed the University of Florida Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency program in 2006.

Upon graduation, she moved to Apopka and worked in a private practice providing family dentistry until 2009. At that time, she changed her career path and pursued public health dentistry at True Health Community Health Center in Orlando. She was the dental director at True Health for 8 years. The True Health dental program was focused on pediatric dental care and also provided emergency dental care to adults.

As Dr. Michelle provided dental care to children for many years, she decided that pediatrics was her passion. In 2017, she decided to seek additional training in Pediatric Dentistry. She attended the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital (formerly known as Miami Children’s Hospital) Pediatric Dentistry Residency and graduated in 2019. She received her board certification in 2021.


Dr. Michelle married her college sweetheart, James, in 2003. In 2009, they had twins, Brady and Kaitlyn.  In 2013, Ethan arrived to complete their family.

In their spare time, the family enjoys soccer, martial arts, biking, and other family activities.


Dr. Alyssa Pinnock

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Alyssa lived in Ohio, New Jersey, and Michigan as a child. She attended middle school and high school in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Her parents and sister still reside in the Midwest.

Dr. Alyssa attended the University of Michigan for her undergraduate degree and earned a B.A. in psychology. She chose to become at Floridian in 2002 when she moved to Ft. Lauderdale to attend Nova Southeastern College of Dental Medicine to earn her D.M.D. degree.
She remained in Ft. Lauderdale for several years working in South Florida at community clinics associated with Jackson Memorial Hospital and The Florida Department of Health in Broward County. She also worked in private practice.

She moved to Orlando in 2016 and continued her career at True Health Community Health Center. At True Health she met Dr. Michelle and followed in her footsteps to become the dental director and then pursued advanced education in pediatric dentistry at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, Florida. She received her board certification in 2023.

Dr. Alyssa has provided care to children for her entire career. She has worked with a diverse patient population with a range of dental needs. She is passionate about educating patients and their families about their oral health. Her goal is to provide a pleasant experience for the patient and caregiver. She is known for singing songs to her patients from time to time.


Dr. Alyssa is married to her Australian husband, Cameron, who she met while working at summer camp in Michigan and then later connecting in Sydney, Australia while studying abroad during college.

They have two daughters Chloe and Catelyn who spend much of their free time dancing.

In her free time Dr. Alyssa enjoys yoga, theatre, reading, co-leading her daughter’s girl scout troop and spending time with family and friends.


Specialty Training

Specialty Training

At Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Drs. Michelle and Alyssa provided treatment to a very diverse patient population. The program provides high exposure to patients with special needs and chronic medical conditions.

As part of the training, Drs. Michelle and Alyssa were part of the craniofacial center, where patients came from all areas of Florida, South America, and the Caribbean to be treated for craniofacial abnormalities including cleft lip and palate.

Drs. Michelle and Alyssa are comfortable treating patients with any medical conditions including autism, ADHD, down syndrome, etc. They are proficient with current behavior management techniques which allow for patients to tolerate treatment while having a pleasant, atraumatic experience.