Brian Larsen DDS
An alumni of both the Pankey Institute and Dawson Academy Dr. Larsen maintains a fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry as well as a membership of the American Dental Association. Originally from Green Bay, WI, he has practiced since graduating from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry in 1992 and is glad to call our patients our friends. He enjoys golfing, sailing and hiking.
Laura Sauvage DDS
Born and raised in Seattle Dr. Sauvage has also enjoyed living in California to attend Claremont Mckenna College where she graduated with degrees in Biology and Literature. She then continued her education at the highly respected Marquette University School of Dentistry in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Sauvage’s passion of dentistry and whole care of her patients comes through the moment you meet her. Her dental philosophy emphasizes preventative dentistry with a modern approach to common dental problems.
Dr. Sauvage has spent time volunteering at the Union Gospel Mission Dental Clinic where she provided dental care to the homeless. Outside of the office Dr. Sauvage enjoys activities in the Pacific Northwest such as, running, hiking snowboarding and water skiing. When she is not outside, you can also find her reading a book and cooking.
Rachel Witt DDS
Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Dr. Witt graduated from Marquette University with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences and then continued at Marquette University School of Dentistry to receive her Doctorate of Dental Surgery. After moving to Seattle, Dr. Witt has enjoyed working in Downtown Seattle treating professionals and families. Dr. Witt’s dedication to patient care has allowed her to offer her patients a wide variety of techniques and services that maintain and enhance their smiles.
As a volunteer Dr. Witt has served the low income and underserved patients of Wisconsin through St Elizabeth Ann Senton, WDA Mission of Mercy and Give Kids a Smile Program. She has also worked to provide dental care to adults with developmental disabilities. Outside of the dental office, Dr. Witt can be found baking desserts (all gluten free!), going to yoga, reading, and watching college football.
Susan Isaacson DDS
Dentistry is a great professional choice with its mix of engineering, medicine, psychology, and art. My goal is to be an advocate for each patient, to help them identify what is most important for them and to help them achieve optimal oral health, comfort, and aesthetics. The most rewarding part has been the privilege to get to know and develop relationships with my patients. I am honored that my patients trust me with their care, and I work very hard to earn that trust.
Education and Continuing Education
- Doctorate of Dental Surgery – Case Western Reserve University
- Hospital-based general practice residency – University of Washington
I am committed to continuing education to keep up with the constant evolution of technology, research, and science. I routinely exceed the state’s continuing education requirements.
- American Dental Association
- Washington State Dental Association
- Seattle-King County Dental Society
Petra Barclay DDS
I have traveled internationally to provide dentistry in underserved areas of Haiti, India, Guatemala, Israel, and China. Locally, I offer care to patients who are medically compromised and cannot afford needed dental treatments in preparation for kidney transplants, and I participate in programs that help seniors get the care they need.
Dr. Petra Barclay is passionate about dentistry, and looks forward to working with you and your family. She focuses on providing people with high-quality dental treatments in a friendly, understanding manner, and enjoys educating patients and helping them achieve lasting oral health.
Dr. Barclay received her dental degree from Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany, and her master’s degree in oral medicine from the University of Washington. She is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and the American Academy of Oral Medicine.
In 1998, Dr. Barclay was awarded the Lester Burket Award for her research. She has been practicing general dentistry in Seattle since 1998 and is affiliated with the University of Washington School of Dentistry. She works part-time at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. For over ten years, Dr. Barclay has volunteered her time regularly at the 45th Street Homeless Youth Clinic, and has done volunteer work in Honduras with Portland-based Northwest Medical Teams.
Dr. Barclay was born, raised, and educated in Germany. She moved from Hamburg to be with her husband Bill, a Seattle native. They have two sons and two granddaughters, and enjoy outdoor activities such as skiing and hiking, traveling, good food, and good company.