Blake Herbison, DDS
Dentistry is a profession where I can be proud of what I do every day and constantly strive to make people's lives better. While working with my patients, I feel like I am continuously building a solid connection with my community, and that makes my profession that much more fulfilling.
I attended local Northshore Schools and graduated from Bothell High School. I then went to Washington State University, where I was a neuroscience major and completed a minor in history. Afterwards, I attained my DDS from the University of Washington School of Dentistry.
I regularly attend continuing education in all areas of dentistry, including with the Horse Creek Study Club and Alderwood Study Club, where I meet and learn with local general dentists and specialists. Maintaining relationships with local specialists allows us to provide high-quality referrals for our patients when specialty care is required.
In the Office
I love seeing so many of our patients every day, and building relationships with them and their families over time. We see patients of all ages, sometimes all from the same family! Each person who visits us is unique, and I enjoy finding out what makes them happy and what special talents they have.
We are very proud of how long our team has been with us, providing high-quality service and care. Their long-term commitment to our office has significantly helped us to foster similarly long-term relationships with our patients.
I grew up here in Bothell and am happy to serve the people of my hometown. My wife, Jenny, and I have been a couple since high school, and we are excited to start a family here. We have one son named Robert, who is nearly two years old. In my time away from the office, I love my role as a father at home. I also enjoy playing golf and traveling. Jenny and I especially love going to Disneyland and have been there together seven times! Our son came with us for the first time on his first birthday.
I am also active in our community, and I have especially enjoyed volunteering in my wife's first grade classroom for the past six years. During college, I also enjoyed working with young teenagers at science camp at Washington State University.