Amanda grew up in a small farm town in Eastern Washington but has lived on this side of the mountains since 2002. She started her career in dentistry in 2003 as a dental assistant, continuing her education to become a dental hygienist at Eastern Washington University. Amanda graduated in 2008 with her B.S. degree as dental hygienist. Amanda’s goal as a dental hygienist is to treat each patient with kindness and compassion, while educating individuals on their specific oral health needs. With her laid back and friendly demeanor, Amanda strives to make each patient feel as comfortable and welcome as possible. Amanda lives in Enumclaw with her husband, two children, their dog Goose, and saltwater fish. When not at work, Amanda loves spending time doing anything with her family, reading, road trips, yoga, and cooking.