NorthStar Dental Services
New Patient Examinations
Routine Oral Examinations
Oral Cancer Screenings
Digital X-Rays and Photography
Periodontal & Laser Therapy
Facial Swelling Tooth Pain Fractured Tooth Lost Filling Extractions
Regular Dental Visits Are Important To Maintain Good Oral Health - Contact Us Today!
Introducing Dr. Ronngren
Dr. Heather Ronngren grew up in a small town in western Washington before attending Eastern Washington University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene. After practicing dental hygiene for five years as a clinician and educator she continued her dental career at Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health, completing her Doctorate in Dental Medicine in 2007 with academic and clinical honors. Dr. Ronngren worked in both public and private practice, as well as, teaching for two dental schools and a residency program before starting her own women led practice. Dr. Ronngren takes pride in her work and enjoys caring for patients of all ages, while doing her best to make every dental experience positive.
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The NorthStar Team
Our team is dedicated to providing you with compassionate and quality care.
Registered Dental Hygienist
Certified Dental Assistant
A Dental Practice For the Whole Family
NorthStar Dental offers dentistry for the entire family. Did you know a child’s first dental visit should be when their first teeth come in (between 6 and 9 months old)? As dental professionals, we demonstrate tricks and tips and provide information to you and your children about how to maintain oral health. We believe the dentist can and should be a welcoming and fun place for families to come and learn about their teeth and how to keep them healthy. As parents ourselves, we value the trust you place in us, and treat every child as we would our own. By seeing a family dentist at this young age, your child is building a relationship that they can keep through their teenage years and even into adulthood. It also gives us the opportunity to focus on education and prevention, decreasing the risk for cavities or toothaches.