Do you brush your tongue after you clean your teeth? If you don't, you may increase your risk of tooth decay and bad breath. Regular tongue brushing or scraping is a simple way to keep your smile ...View Article
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Meet Anna A Danieli, D.D.S.
Anna A. Danieli, DDS graduated in the top of her class at the University of Southern California (USC). She first owned her own practice in North Seattle for seven years and then took some time off to take care of her children. Dr Danieli is Board Certified, in the Who's Who of Dentistry, was nominated by peers for Best Dentists in America, has been in both "Seattle's Top 100 Dentist" List and "Angie's List Top Dentist" for several years in a row and is very honored to be loved by her community so much. Dr Anna Danieli cares more for her patients than just their oral health but the whole well being of themselves and their entire family. She lives with her husband Damon and two children whom she loves dearly, Zoe and Alex.
Dr. Anna A. Danieli, DDS is a proud member of the Washington State Dental Association, Seattle King County Dental Association, American Dental Association, and the Washington State Board of Dental Examiners.
Meet Dr. Michelle Chang
Dr. Chang grew up in Federal Way, WA, and graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences. She went on to attend dental school at Roseman University Health and Sciences in South Jordan, UT. She lives with her husband and goldendoodle and is very happy to be back in the Pacific Northwest.
Meet Dr. Calen Broadbent
Dr. Broadbent is PNW native and received his undergraduate education at Brigham Young University from 1975 the 1979 and University of Washington from 1979-1983. He attended Dental School at Washington University in St Louis Missouri from 1883-1987. Dr. Broadbent has been practicing in the Renton area for thirty years and is a member of the American Dental Association, Washington State Dental Association, and the Seattle-King County Dental Society. He is also a Fellow in the American Society of Implant and Restorative Dentists (ASIRD) and has extensive training in Implant Restorations. When not doing Dentistry, he enjoys spending time flyfishing, hiking, camping, playing golf, and spending time with his seven grandkids.