Douglas S. Weaver, D.D.S., A.P.C.

  326-4th St., Suite 205  

Juneau, AK 99801

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Our Staff
Doug Weaver, D.D.S.

Dr. Weaver is a graduate of the Dental School of the University of Maryland and completed a General Dentistry Residency program at the Geisinger Medical Center in Pennsylvania.  He is an Active Life Member of the American Dental Association and a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry.  He also maintains membership in the Alaska Dental Society and the Juneau Dental Society.

Nolan Davis, D.D.S.

Dr. Nolan Davis grew up in North Carolina. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry in 2004. In 2013,  Nolan started working part time with Dr. Weaver and continues to practice with other Doctors in Juneau and in the Prince William Sound area. He maintains a license in Alaska, North Carolina and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Karen Huntsman, 
Office Manager

Karen has been in dentistry on and off for over 30 years with chair side assisting, front desk, and behind-the-scenes support.  

Kelly McLean
Registered Dental Hygienist. 

Kelly graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage School of Hygiene. 

Kathy Holt
Registered Dental Hygienist
Kathy graduated from Missouri Southern State College and has been in Juneau 25 years.  She works part time and loves helping people maintain healthy smiles.
Kathleen White
Front Office Coordinator 

Kathleen is a long-time Juneau resident, retiring in 2011 from the State after 30 years in the field of Information Technology.  Kathleen enjoys supporting the staff and customers while in the office and loves spending her free time in the out-of-doors,  gardening, cooking and taking care of her two grand-daughters.

Our Practice

 

It's rare that any one dental office can "do it all", so we focus on what we do best:

 

1.  Preventive dental health care and education, and periodontal (gum) disease treatment and maintenance.  Since evidence demonstrates that inflammation and infection in your mouth can have adverse effects on your overall health, we make it a priority to help you develop a practical program to achieve and maintain a healthy mouth. 

 

2.  Restorative Dentistry, which is the repair of decayed or damaged teeth, the replacement of missing teeth with dental implants or bridges, and cosmetic procedures to improve your appearance.  

Juneau is very fortunate to have many local dental specialty practices.  If we feel that any aspect of your individual treatment plan is best served by a referral to a local specialist, we will coordinate all aspects of the referral and necessary communications.  Some examples of Juneau specialty practices with whom we work closely include: Orthodontics (braces), Oral Surgery (removal of wisdom teeth, placement of dental implants, biopsies), Pediatric Dentistry (young children and patients with special needs), and Endodontics (root canals).

THE PRACTICE

Tips for Better Dental Health
  • Replace your toothbrush every three to four months. 

  • Do not share your toothbrush. This exchange of body fluids and/or microorganisms between users increases the risk for infections. 

  • Avoid Tobacco. 

  • Floss regularly.

  • Use a fluoride toothpaste.

  • Eat Smartly: Eat a balanced diet, limit sweets, and especially limit soft drinks and other acid beverages.

  • Try using a straw with soft drinks or juices.

  • Clean your tongue regularly for fresh breath.

  • Get plenty of calcium and vitamin D.