Tribal Campus 1033 Old Blyn Hwy | Sequim, WA 98382
Phone : 360-681-3400
Fax : 360-681-3401
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Jamestown Family Dental Clinic is situated on picturesque Sequim Bay in the Tribal Community Center Building. The clinic serves Jamestown Tribal citizens and employees as well as members of the local community.
Our dentists are joined by experienced and friendly staff members as well as two highly skilled hygienists. We offer a wide range of dental procedures including: preventative, restorative, endodontics, prosthodontics, implants, and oral surgery.
Dr. Butler, who prefers to be called “Dr. Bri”, is a pediatric dentist specializing in treating children as well as patients with special needs. Born and raised in Washington, Dr. Bri has always wanted to live on the Olympic Peninsula and she is very excited to be a part of our community. She poses an enthusiastic and energetic attitude which resonates with our young patients. She received her dental education, pediatric certification, and a Masters of Dentistry all from the University of Washington. This year, she is serving on the Washington State Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and is very active in other areas of organized dentistry. She also enjoys traveling, fishing, and board games like Settlers of Catan. She is the first pediatric dentist on the Olympic Peninsula and we are very proud to have her at Jamestown Dental Clinic!
Dr. Kim is a general dentist who believes in putting her patients at ease. Her goal with each patient is to provide evidenced based dentistry in a comfortable and friendly environment. She is a graduate of UCSF School of Dentistry. Her undergraduate study was completed at UC, Berkeley. Outside of dentistry, she has a great interest in art and music. She loves to go to art exhibitions and music performances. She takes piano lessons with her daughter, and plays the piano daily. Dr. Kim is very grateful to have an opportunity to serve the Jamestown Tribe and the Olympic Peninsula community.
Jimmy James, RDH
Jane McMullin, RDH
The Dental Clinic is not a direct funded clinic through the Indian Health Services and, therefore cannot provide free services. Jamestown Tribal citizens who wish to receive Dental Services through the Tribe must first sign up through the MCP.