Michael R. Boldt, DMD

  • DMD: Oregon Health Science University, Portland, OR
  • Advanced Training: L.D. Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education, Key Biscayne, FL; Mentor with Kois Center for Dental Excellence (Dr. Boldt is the first dentist in Southern Oregon to achieve this recognition), Seattle, WA; Orognathic Bioesthetics International (advanced training in TMJ stabilization, functional occlusion & natural esthetics), Ashland, OR
  • BS: General Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
  • Member: American Dental Association, Oregon Dental Association, Southern Oregon Dental Society, Southern Oregon Implant Study Group

Integrity & Compassion

“I’ve always enjoyed working with my hands and feeling a sense of accomplishment. I like helping people. As a dentist, I enjoy the fact that no two dental conditions or procedures are alike. I enjoy seeing the real impact that dentistry can have on quality of life, by improving oral health and smiles. I believe in providing the most appropriate dental care for a person’s circumstances, with integrity and compassion in a fun, non-threatening atmosphere.”

Comfort & Function

“I enjoy being a dentist because I create a harmonious balance between comfort, function, and the appearance of teeth. My staff and I will educate you on good oral health practices to help keep your natural teeth functioning for a long time. I will genuinely listen to your concerns to create a plan to help keep your teeth and gums healthy for a long-lasting natural smile.”

Advanced Dentistry

“Over the years, I’ve learned to perform all aspects of dentistry, everything from simple extractions to root therapy, orthodontics, implants, and cosmetic. I am skilled in advanced dentistry, so there is no need for you to see a different dentist for different services. In fact, I’m one of the few dentists in Oregon with advanced training from the L.D. Pankey Institute and Orognathic Bioesthetics International. My advanced training emphasized comprehensive dental, tmj stabilization, proper function, and the importance of natural-looking teeth.”