About Judson A. Werner DDS, PS
Our entire staff is focused on giving patients the highest quality oral
health-care in a comfortable and professional environment.
Judson A. Werner, DDS
Dr. Werner grew up in Olympia, Washington before attending Santa Clara
University. He earned his dental degree from the University of
Washington. Dr. Werner joined the practice in January 2004.
Dr. Werner is a member of the Seattle King County Dental Society, the
Washington State Dental Association, the Washington Academy of
General Dentistry, the Academy of General Dentistry, the Pierre Fouchard
Academy, and the American Dental Association.
He was recently voted president-elect of the Seattle King County Dental
Society, a membership organization of 1700 dentists that advocates for
dentists and our patients through continuing education, political advocacy,
and access to care those who cannot afford it.
Dr. Werner is proud to support the Seattle King County Dental Foundation,
a charity organization with a goal to fund and support programs to
increase access to dental care in King County. Dr. Werner has also spent
time in Jamaica and Uganda doing volunteer dentistry. Dr. Werner, his
wife, Amélie, his son, Tristan, and his daughter, Gisèle, enjoy sailing,
wakeboarding, skiing, hiking, and traveling.
Nonna Tarasenko, Patient Care Coordinator
Nonna moved to the United States from the Ukraine in 1996. She loves
working with people and strives to provide exceptional customer service
for patients. Nonna volunteers at the local church and provides
administrative and secretarial services to the senior Pastor. In her free
time she enjoys selling properties. She loves spending time with her
family and friends. She also likes hiking and traveling; her favorite
destination is Europe.
Marie-Alexandre Henry, Registered Dental Hygienist
Marie grew up in the French Alps and moved to the Pacific Northwest in
1997. She has been in the dental field since 2008. She graduated from
Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Kirkland and has worked in
various positions of the dental office. Her favorite part of the job is getting
to know you. Her passion is to guide you to take the steps needed for
optimum oral health. When not at work and it is dreary outside, she is in
her kitchen creating dishes for friends and family. When the sun is out,
she spends most of her time in her back yard, or travels the world with her
Suzanne Connolly, Registered Dental Hygienist
Suzanne has worked in dentistry for 30 years. She started out as a dental
assistant for 5 years in Buffalo, NY. She then went on the get her hygiene
degree and has been practicing hygiene for the last 25 years. She moved
out to this area 13 years ago and now lives in Kirkland. She started
working for Dr. Johnson in 1997 and has been with the practice ever
since. Suzanne loves to play sports, bike, golf, hike. She also likes to
cook and never makes the same dish twice.
Janay Seiler, Dental Assistant
Janay has been a dental assistant for since 2013. She enjoys getting to
know patients and making sure they are completely comfortable and
informed about their appointment. She wants all of her patients to feel like
they have left knowing a little bit more about dentistry than they did before
coming in. She was born and raised in Kansas and moved to Bothell
about 5 years ago. She enjoys spending time with family and friends,
going camping, or even staying in and watching movies or binge watching
the latest Netflix series.
Hailey Parker, Dental Assistant/Front Desk
Hailey was born and raised in Kirkland. She then went on to study at
Washington State University where she received her bachelors degree in
Kinesiology and Human Development. She is exploring her interest in
dentistry with the hope of going to dental hygiene school. Hailey lives an
active lifestyle full of playing soccer, working out, and going on walks with
her dog in Kirkland. Any extra free time is spent with friends/ family,
camping or watching cougar football.
How do I know if my dentist has a good professional record?
The Washington State Dental Association requires members to take at
least 21 hours of continuing dental education courses every year, which
means that member dentists are constantly upgrading their technical
skills. You may call the Washington State Dental Quality Assurance
Commission office at (360) 236-4860 or FAX (360) 664-9077 to find out if
a formal complaint has been filed against the dentist.
Copyright Judson A. Werner 2004
2150 112th Ave. NE, Suite B
Bellevue, WA 98004