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Enumclaw Dental Team
Dr. Neil Bergstrom, Dentist Enumclaw, Washington
Dr. Neil Bergstom is a northwest native, growing up in Seattle and attending the University of Washinton School of Dentistry. He has lived and practiced in Enumclaw for many years bringing extensive experience in all phases of dentistry. In fact, he provides many procedures that can only be provided by specialists in large metropolitan areas.

Dr. Bergstrom raised his three children in Enumclaw because of the great values and sense of community a small town offers.

When he is not working he enjoys spending time with his family, skiing, bicycling, motocycle riding and much more. He also volunteers his time on Medical Teams International's dental van helping those less fortunate locally.

Sheila, Dental Hygienist
Shiela was born and raised in the Puyallup Valley. She moved to Enumclaw in 1985 and just recently moved back to the Family Farm in Puyallup.

She joined the Enumclaw Dental Center team as a registered dental hygienist in 1986. She is also a cerfified dental assistant.

Sheila enjoys her family, pets, camping, and farming.

Steffanie, Dental Assistant
Steffanie has been part of Enumclaw Dental Center since March 2009 starting out as a sterilization technician and moving forward to become a dental assistant. She enjoys spending time with her boys and family, riding quads, camping, and watching movies.

Lori Beall, Office Manager
Lori was born and raised in Enumclaw, Wa.
Started working for Dr. Bergstrom in 1978 as a dental assistant. In 2007 became the office manager.

With her clinical experience, she is able to help patients with questions regarding dental treatment, insurance issues and financal arrangements.

Lori enjoys spending precious time with her family.
She loves to travel, swim, ski, bicycle riding and being physically active.

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