Meet Dr. Bryce Duskin
I was born and raised right here in Arlington Washington. Our office is located on our family homestead and is the same land my great grandpa used to farm. I graduated from Arlington High School in 1994. I was an all league linebacker, running back, and record holder in the Discus for almost a decade. After high school I attended the University of Idaho, and played linebacker for their football team! After three seasons, I decided to focus on getting into Dental School and transfered to WSU.
In 1998, I graduated Cum Laude from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology. I then attended Dental School at the University of Washington and graduated in 2003.
I truly love serving our community. My wife, Heidi, and I have three kids Emily, Eric, and Blake. In my spare time, I enjoy participating in my kids activites. I am the Cubmaster of Pack 29 in Arlington Wa. I also enjoy watching my kids play sports, participate in dance and cheer leading. I am an active member of the Rotary Club of Arlington, Paul Harris Fellow, and I will be the Arlington Rotary Club President in 2020-2021.
I love helping people achieve a healthy and beautiful smile. My favorite thing to do is provide dentistry that exceeds a patient’s expectations. It is very rewarding to be able to meet and treat so many different people from my hometown.
Education and Continuing Education
To provide my patients with the most advanced treatment and techniques, I continuously attend advanced education courses. I am a member of the Inland Empire Perio Study Club which has given me extensive hands-on training with implants, bone grafting, and soft tissue procedures. I am a candidate for my mastership in Academy of General Dentistry, and have completed their requirement of over 1500 hours of continuing education. I am a proud member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and American Dental Association. I have completed the Spear advanced dental curriculum which has provided advanced training in complex cases and some excellent courses in cosmetic dental procedures and techniques.
In The Practice
I find it really rewarding to help people achieve optimal dental health and help them achieve a smile they always wanted. Our team takes a preventative approach and enjoys helping our patients achieve optimal dental health. Each patient is very special to us. I love meeting new people and hearing about everyone’s different life experiences.
We want to provide our patients with a truly relaxing dental experience. Outside of our operatory windows, we have a wetland with bird feeders. It is relaxing and fun to see the different birds and animals that decide to come and visit. Our team also likes to do things for our community both inside and outside our office. Our practice has several team members that volunteer their time to charitable dental care. Our dental team also selects one charitable organization each month and donates 20% of every new patient exam towards helping the Arlington, Wa community.
Meet Dr. Arezoo Holdaway
I was raised in the providence of Kurdistan, in the western part of Iran. At the age of 18, I left Iran in the pursuit of a higher education. After living in Turkey for a year, I finally arrived in Washington state in 2006. I attended the University of Washington and graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology. My husband and I then moved to Arizona, where I completed a masters degree in biomedical sciences, followed by a doctorate of dental medicine degree from Midwestern University.
I always knew I wanted a career in healthcare, but I was drawn to dentistry because of its ability to combine art and science when providing oral healthcare to patients. I take this individualist and comprehensive approach when recommending treatment plans to each patient.
I love being a part of a team that cares so much about the quality of care provided to the community.
Outside of work:
I love spending time with my husband Eric, my son Zane , and my dog Luna, exploring the beautiful PNW. Our son, who was born during the pandemic, loves dining out and eating at restaurants. We love watching him experience different cultures through food.
Meet Dr. Gavin Mcnelis
I was born in Illinois, but moved to Redmond, Washington shortly after. I attended Interlake High School where I played baseball and swam competitively. I graduated from the University of Washington in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology/Physiology. While there, I volunteered and eventually became a dental assistant in the Dental Fears Research clinic. My background in the Dental Fears clinic engrained a gentle and compassionate approach to dental care and a passion for working with the many patients who dread going to their dentist. I completed my Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree in 2020 at the University of Washington School of Dentistry where I was the first student to be elected as Student Body President for two consecutive years.
After Dental School, I completed a General Practice Residency in the Portland VA Healthcare System. My advanced training there gave me a comprehensive understanding of both complex medical and dental conditions which allows me to provide the highest quality of care to my patients.
My wife, Stephanie, is an Oncology/Infusion nurse. She and I are happy to be back in Washington and have enjoyed joining and serving the Arlington Community.
The field of dentistry is constantly evolving, with advances in technology and materials dental work is continuing to become more predictable and convenient for patients. I continue to pursue advanced education courses to always be able to provide the highest quality of care and comfort to my patients. I am also a member of the Inland Empire Periodontal Study club with Bryce where we receive extensive training for complex dental surgeries. My goal is to achieve my Masters in the Academy of General Dentistry which represents over 1500 hours of education spread across all dental specialties.
Outside of work:
I enjoy exploring the outdoors through hiking, snowshoeing and fishing. I also try to stay active training for triathlons, playing golf, and practicing archery. My wife and I have one cat, Louie, and a new English Cream Retriever puppy, Sadie, I hope to one day bring to work as a therapy dog.
Dr. Ally Mueller
I was born and raised in Redmond, Washington and have always been driven to excel academically and athletically. I pursued my undergraduate studies at the University of Washington, where I graduated Magna Cum Laude in biochemistry and completed the UW Honors College curriculum. During my time at UW, I was also a member of the track and field team, competing in javelin throwing.
Following my passion for healthcare, I attended the University of Washington School of Dentistry where I earned my Doctor of Dental Surgery degree with honors. I was proud to be invited to join the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society upon graduation. As a dedicated dental professional, I constantly strive to provide my patients with the highest quality dental care through evidence-based dentistry. To stay at the forefront of advancements in dental care, I am currently participating in the world-renowned Kois Center, where I am exposed to the latest scientific advancements in implants, periodontics, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry.
I am an active member of various professional organizations, including the Washington State Dental Association, American Dental Association, Seattle King County Dental Association, and UW Dental Alumni.
Outside of work, I enjoy coaching javelin at Redmond High School during the spring season. My husband and I met during our undergraduate studies at the University of Washington and still enjoy attending husky football games. We also enjoy outdoor activities such as golfing, skiing, and hiking in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.