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Dr. Craig Pearce, DMD is a dentistry practitioner in Everett, WA and has been practicing for 30 years. He graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1979 and practices dentistry and prosthodontics.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Pearce "I am from Hyde Park, New York. I graduated from Marietta College in 1975 with a B.S. degree in Biology. I then went on to graduate from Fairleigh Dickenson University School of Dentistry in 1979. I was in the US Army Health Professions Scholarship program so I incurred a military obligation. While in the Army, I completed a residency program in the ADA specialty of prosthodontics at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. I attained Board Certification in prosthodontics in 1989. In 2001, I retired from the Army with rank of colonel and entered private practice here in Everett, Washington. In my free time I enjoy reading (history is my favorite), spending time with my new grandson, and riding my bicycle. I like doing the daily crossword puzzle in the newspaper and quizzing my staff about last nights final jeopardy. I volunteer with the Snohomish County Veterans Assistance a few days a month where we provide free dental care for veterans in need. I really enjoy living in the Pacific Northwest. My favorite part about it believe it or not, is the weather! Coming from the East Coast where the weather is very extreme one way or another, I like that it's cool and mild most of the time and all the rain we get does not bother me at all!"
This content was provided by Dr. Pearce "Our patients' needs are our top priority. We provide great care and comfort on every appointment. We believe that our patients should receive the most comprehensive dentistry with the quality care they deserve. Our staff is great and our dentist is gentle. For our younger patients, we have toys, books and magazines. And for adults, we provide headphones, blankets and pillows."