Meet Dr Juarez
Dr. Juarez received a BS in Cell biology at Western Washington University in 2004. As an undergraduate at Western, she was internationally ranked in the women’s pole vault, earning three All-American Honors as well as an undergraduate research award in Biology.
Dr. Juarez was a Burt Goodman Scholar at the University Of Washington School Of Dentistry from which she received her DDS in 2010. During her last year of dental school she helped found 32 Pearls of Hope, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving access to care for underserved individuals. Dr. Juarez completed a General Practice Residency at the University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, and Center for Pediatric Dentistry and the VA Hospital. After receiving her certificate in Hospital Dentistry she moved to Bremerton, WA where she is currently practicing.
She is one of the few dentists in Washington State who has the certification to provide moderate IV sedation in their practice. Dr. Juarez’s patient focus is to provide dental care for patients with complex medical, mental and physical challenges. She strives to successfully manage any patient, regardless of how complex the situation may be. Her highest risk patients can be seen in the hospital environment at Harrison Medical Center.
Dr. Juarez maintains medical staff privileges at Harrison Medical Center locally.
Dr. Juarez was nominated for and won the “Healthcare Hero” Award for Dentistry. This was a recognition award given to those committed to helping and healing our community.
In November of 2015 Dr. Juarez was presented with Harrison Medical Center’s The Buck Stops Here Award. The Buck Stops Here Award is presented to a member of the Harrison Medical Staff who provides exceptional medical care to patients in the medical community and, by nature of her practice also serves the medical community as well. She is the first dentist to ever win this award.