OUR MISSION STATEMENT
We, the staff at Alaska Advanced Dentistry, are proud to have been a part of the Alaskan community for over 25 years. Using state of the art equipment and advanced techniques and materials we are able to provide you and your family with expert and relaxed dental care.
Your comfort and health are important to us. Our dental team at Alaska Advanced Dentistry will welcome you with respect into our friendly, safe and compassionate environment.
Through our commitment to continuing education, we look forward to providing you and your family with the highest quality of care you deserve.
Cara has been a dental hygienist with our office since 1994. She is certified in laser applications for treating gum disease and strives to stay informed on new research and procedures. Cara enjoys working with her patients to achieve optimal oral health which contributes to overall health and wellness. As a lifetime Alaskan, in brings her great pleasure to assist her friends and neighbors and their new generations in finding the proper balance between busy schedules and home oral care. In her free time she enjoys cooking, running training and loving her dogs as well as spending time with her husband, Adrian, family and friends.
Brook completed her Dental Assisting degree from UAA and started her dental career as a Certified Dental Assistant in 2003, she then saw a future in Dental Hygiene. In 2009 she completed her Hygiene Degree from UAA while in her 9th month of pregnancy! In 2013 Brook received a national award from the Crown Council for Dental Hygienist of the year. Her spirit and effect on her patients and team members is best described by an out of the office activity, she is an avid hockey fan and player. Brook enjoys playing women’s hockey and occasionally has to spend time in the penalty box for playing rough when it’s not allowed! She brings that same enthusiasm to the office every day. Brook is married to her husband Gregg and they have two children Camden and Jordyn. She is very passionate about Dentistry and her patients feel like they are part of her family, so much that she gives out hugs regularly.