Hygienists pursuing the art of sound health
Our patients agree that Anacortes Dental Arts' hygienists are extraordinary! In addition to providing outstanding professional care, our hygienists are skilled educators and advocates, keeping pace with the latest in non-surgical periodontal therapy, myofunctional therapy, tooth re-mineralization, and nutritional recommendations.
Roy T. Chen, DMD, MS, FAGD
The highest level of excellence in clinical care, an integrative approach, ongoing education, and steady compassion are the hallmarks of Dr. Chen's approach to dentistry.
Dr. Chen graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 2006. He also holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University and Indiana University, as well as the prestigious Fellowship of the Academy of General Dentistry for his long-term commitment to comprehensive continuing education. A member of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry & Medicine, Dr. Chen considers himself a lifelong learner and enjoys educating his patients about oral and whole body health.
In 2018 Dr. Chen began collaborating with San Juan Islands-based Dr. Russ Borneman, a pioneer in biological dentistry for nearly forty years. Today, Dr. Chen continues Dr. Borneman’s legacy of using minimally invasive techniques and mercury-free, biocompatible materials.
Our patients appreciate Dr. Chen for a myriad of reasons, including his well-rounded expertise, thorough attention to detail, and transparent manner.
A well-orchestrated team supporting your oral health journey
We are committed to educating our patients about all options and costs so that you can make an informed choice before moving forward. We accept payment by cash, check, or major credit card. Although we are not in network with any insurance companies, we can provide you with a dental claim form and a list of completed procedures so that you may bill your insurance. Financing may be available through Care Credit.
Learn how a dentist achieves the Fellowship of the Academy of General Dentistry and why only 6% of general dentists have earned it.