DR. RYAN CROWLEY
Dr. Crowley was born and raised in Washington
but attended school in Michigan. He graduated from the University Of Michigan
School Of Dentistry in 2007. After
graduation Dr. Crowley returned to the Pacific Northwest, first to Oregon then back
to Washington, where he has found the perfect place to practice in Stanwood.
Mari Garcia – Registered Dental Assistant
Mari Garcia became a Registered Dental Assistant in 2008, after attending Skagit Valley College and Everest College. She has certification in laser dentistry and Zoom Whitening. Mari fell in love with dentistry after having her wisdom teeth extracted. She was fascinated by the surgery and wanted to know every detail. She joined Dr. Crowley’s team in July 2017 and loves every aspect of her job. She enjoys treating patients and learning about their lives while educating and helping them maintain their prime oral health. When she isn’t caring for patients, Mari loves playing softball, TRX training, chainmail workouts, hunting, fishing, jiujitsu, playing board games and reading.
Kelsey – Dental Hygienist
Kelsey grew up in Bothell, graduating from Bothell High School in 2008. She continued her education at Seattle Central College, earning her AA in Dental Hygiene. Kelsey joined our office in 2014. She loves helping patients realize they can change their oral health and improve their overall health. Kelsey also strives to help people see that the dental office is not scary and that the whole staff is there to make your patient experience the best it can be.
When she is not at work you will find Kelsey spending time with her husband and son. She also loves doing anything on the snow or water – skiing, wakeboarding, snow mobiling and more.
Gail Dennis – office manager
Gail has worked in the dental field since 1983 and uses her years of experience to help patients with their billing and insurance needs. She has trained in insurance billing, HIPPA, RDA and x-rays. Gail appreciates the long-term friendships she has built with patients and co-workers. She really enjoys seeing a patient who was once terrified about dental care come in for care and trust her to take care of their needs.
Gail spends time outside of work with her family, especially her grandbabies and fur babies, riding her Harley, camping, and being outdoors. She has a deep passion for animal rescue, and even rescued a bearded dragon. She currently volunteers for the Army National Guard Family Readiness and the Safe Harbor Free Clinic mobile dental unit. In the past she volunteered for the Noah Animal Rescue and went to Honduras twice with Medical Teams International on dental missions.