Meet Dr. Blake Quigley
BLAKE QUIGLEY, DDS
I was raised in Richland, Washington. I am grateful and excited that my life path has led me back home to the Pacific Northwest. I love being a dentist. I feel that my experiences, skills, and life lessons have prepared me my entire life to provide dental care for this community.
I would love the opportunity to be your dental provider. I know how much faith and trust my patients place in me as their dentist, and I feel grateful and humbled when my patients elect to enter into that partnership. I recognize the challenge and importance of maintaining oral health and will always ensure my patients are educated and feel confident in the choices they make to achieve their objectives. I recognize that each patient has different and unique experiences with dental treatment and objectives for their oral health. Maintaining your oral health is a lifelong journey and I hope to stand beside you for the entire process. I love working with patients of all ages and stages of life, learning from them, and becoming friends. I love that being a dentist gives me a chance to be a caregiver, an artist, and help people in need. I am committed to and will be an advocate for our group’s mission of building a better community through world class dentistry.
Education and Continuing Education
I graduated from the University Of Washington School Of Dentistry where I was recognized by my peers and faculty for restorative and prosthodontic excellence. After dental school I commissioned in the United States Navy and was stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. I was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for my contributions in restorative and comprehensive care and leading the integration of Digital Dentistry and CEREC technologies.
While in dental school and serving in the military I have participated in numerous volunteer medical mission trips providing emergency and restorative dental treatment to underserved populations. I have traveled to Jamaica, El Salvador, and rural communities in Eastern Carolina and I hope to add to that list in the years to come. This has been very rewarding and has helped me to gain perspective.
I worked for two years in private practice in the beautiful coastal community of Wilmington, North Carolina. My family and I loved the beach, but decided we wanted to raise our growing family closer to home which led us to Central Oregon.
I am a member of the following organizations and educational communities.
· American Dental Association
· American Dental Association Advisory Circle
· Oregon Dental Association
· Central Oregon Dental Association
· Kois Center
Outside the Office
My wife Megan and I have been married for 11 years and we have 3 children, Samuel (7), Jack (4), and Summer (1). When not in the office I love to spend time outdoors golfing, biking, running, experiencing nature, and cross-fitting.