Seattle Dentist, Dentist in Seattle, WA

Dr. J. Sam Sage DDS                                                                                                       

11304 8th Ave NE Ste. B  Seattle, WA 98125     

Call or Text (206) 362-6677

sagefamilydentistry@live.com    

Dr. Sam Sage DDS

 

 

  Dr. J. Sam Sage is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Dentistry and received post-doctorate training through the university's General Practice Residency. This additional training, carried out at various clinics and hospitals in the Seattle area, provided Dr. Sage with experience in pediatric dentistry, oral surgery, sedation dentistry and the care of physically and mentally compromised patients.  

  Dr. Sage continues to increase his knowledge and skill, pursuing rigorous continuing education during his off time, including courses at the world-renowned Kois Center in Seattle.  This commitment to education ensures that all of Dr. Sage's patients are treated with the most up-to-date, scientifically proven materials and techniques. Dr. Sage was recently presented with the award of "Top Dentist" for general dentistry in the Seattle Metropolitan Magazine.

  Dr. Sage grew up in the coastal town of Ocean Shores, WA. After graduating from high school he attended Arizona State University where he met his wife Becky. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, snowboarding, hiking, and supporting local sports teams (especially the Seahawks). Dr. Sage and Becky (who works at Facebook) have lived in Seattle for over 10 years and love all that our city and region has to offer.  They have a 3 year old son, Mac, and a 2 year old daughter, Charlie.

   Helping patients obtain optimal oral health is Dr. Sage's top priority. He believes that empowering the patient through education is essential to reaching that goal and accordingly, makes himself readily available for patient consultation. The goal is that every patient feels that their needs and desires have been taken into account and that they feel good about the treatment they received.