Meet Dr. Hoover
Dr. Kregg Hoover is a graduate of the University of Washington Dental School class of 1980. Dr. Hoover has been in private practice since 1982, after doing a General Practice Residency with the Public Health Service in Boston, Massachusetts. His experience and versatility are extensive, serving as a General Dentist in Poulsbo, Washington. Dr. Hoover welcomes families and he enjoys the variety of a general practice.
Ever a student, Dr. Hoover offers most services from restorative to implant placement. He has been married for over 35 years and has three adult children. Dr. Hoover takes his patient’s care seriously. He is gentle, conscientious, honest, and extremely talented at his work. He is a member of the Washington State Dental Association, Kitsap County Dental Society, and Kitsap County’s EnviroStar program.
Our mission is to provide patient-centered quality care in a relaxed, pain-free environment.
Patient Centered: Individualized treatment options are discussed and the patient has the say in what is to be done.
Quality: We use only the finest materials and continually educate ourselves to be abreast of new and accepted techniques and technologies.
Care: We provide a full range of treatments, including composites, veneers, root canals, fixed or removable dentures, crowns, implants, and oral surgery. We take advantage of new technology, with fully digital records, x-rays, and impressions.
Relaxed: There is no high pressure, no high pace. There is much one on one with the doctor. Sedation is available.
Pain Free: We care about you.
Our Office Policies and Procedures
FINANCIAL POLICY: We gladly accept cash, personal checks, VISA, and Mastercard. Payments are expected at the time of service unless other arrangements have been made. Please speak to Holly at the front desk regarding questions to your account(s) and billing.
CELL PHONES: Please be respectful and turn off your cell phones during appointments. We ask that you do not interrupt your appointment with ringing or answering of calls once you are admitted to an operatory.