Known as Dr. Mike, by his patients, Michael B. Austin is a Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist. Dr. Mike was born in California and grew up in Utah. While attending the University of Utah, he played football for the Utes and spent two years on a mission trip in Chile, which made him...Read More
Dr. Jane Austin was born in Korea and grew up on the island of Guam (Hafa Adai!). Following college in Boston, Dr. Jane worked in the fashion trade show industry for a couple of years before changing career paths to dentistry, upon moving to California. She started workin...Read More
Chloe graduated from the Dental Assisting program at Lake Washington Technical College in 2015. She grew up in Arlington, and now lives in Oso with her boyfriend, dog (Lucy), cat (Georgie) and goat (Elvis).
Chloe enjoys working as a pediatric dental a...Read More
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child's first dental visit should take place by age 1. We like to say sometime between when the first tooth comes in and their first birthday. The reason for this is two-fold. Firstly, parents (or caretakers) will receive preventative strategies for the c...Read More
Older kids often have busy schedules; so, it might be hard for them to maintain their oral hygiene. We can work with teens and with parents to come up with strategies to incorporate brushing and flossing in their routine. We also like to educate the older kids on making better choices for snacks and drinks. Furtherm...Read More
Coexisting medical conditions, behavioral difficulties, or simply the extent of recommended treatment, may indicate the need for anesthesia or sedation, to facilitate dental treatment. We can provide all levels of anesthesia, ranging from laughing gas (Nitrous Oxide) to general anesthesia. During the consultation, w...Read More