Owner Jessica J. Emard, DMD
Seattle Met Magazine Top Dentist
Owner Jessica J. Emard, DMD
Seattle Met Magazine Top Dentist

Jessica J. Emard, DMD


Dr. Jessica Emard has been delivering exceptional dental care in the Seattle area since 2009. Having always been a major proponent of holistic health, Dr. Emard obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Minor in Social Studies of Medicine from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. She played soccer in college, and was awarded an elite research grant that resulted in several published articles in the Journal of Nutrition. She went on to complete her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at Nova Southeastern University in South Florida.

The decision to move out West was inspired by her passion for the outdoors and desire to be close to the mountains to fulfill an active lifestyle. An avid skier, cyclist, hiker, and mom, she keeps very busy when not in a dental operatory.

Jessica is also a member of the American Dental Association, Washington State Dental Association, and Seattle-King County Dental Society. With a true commitment to advanced education, she actively participates in continued learning, including Spear Study Clubs, in a commitment to providing the best possible care for her patients.

“My favorite part about dentistry is working with a patient to accomplish their dental wants and needs. I recognize patients as individuals with unique goals and desires and believe patient education is the most valuable tool in dentistry.”

Our Team

Dr. Jessica Emard and team group photo with masks on.

Our Team

James Caceres bio profile

James Caceres

Front Desk / Patient Care Coordinator

From the first appointment phone call to treatment follow-up care, James takes pride in providing attentiveness at each visit. A Spokane native, he enjoys hiking, skiing, reading, and spending quality time with his friends and family. Having served numerous roles in the healthcare industry, he has long-term aspirations of continuing his education to become a dentist.

“There is nothing more incredible in this world than seeing smiling faces and laughter. I want to help give people the confidence and assurance that their smile is beautiful.”

Wendy Dralus

Wendy Dralus

Registered Dental Assistant

Wendy has been working in dentistry since 1999, with a focus on genuine kindness and authenticity in making patients comfortable. Although her roots are in Florida and Connecticut, she considers herself a true Seattleite having lived here since 2011. A talented artist with a gifted hand, her cosmetic and general chair side abilities are exceptional and her fun personality can light up a room.

“I believe in always doing the kind thing, both in dentistry and in life.”

Sara Wilson Bio Profile

Sara Wilson

Registered Dental Hygienist

Sara was born and raised in the northwest. After attending Western Washington Univerity, she graduated Dental Hygiene school from Shoreline Community College. In her free time she likes to get outside and go hiking with her German Shepard, Freya, or stay inside to watch a movie with her large mainecoon, Louie. Exploring new restaurants and travel are also among her passions. Sara decided to go into dentistry because of previously negative experiences leaving her fearful.

“My goal is to make patients feel comfortable, and have a pain-free experience. I love to educate patients about their oral hygiene and answer any questions.”

Karen Parker bio profile

Karen Parker

Registered Dental Hygienist

Karen is a graduate of Forsyth School for Dental Hygiene, Northeastern University, and Ferris State University Cum Laude. She has earned a mastership certification in Advanced Periodontal Therapy and is an active member of the Academy of Laser Dentistry and American Academy or Oral Systemic Health. She also is a trained myofunctional therapist with her own speciality practice, Breath & Beyond Myo.

Karen and her husband Neil moved to the Pacific Northwest from Chicago in 2017. She enjoys being outdoors, creating great meals, the Washington wine scene and knitting when she isn’t hanging out with her standard poodle Jaxon. She is grateful for FaceTime so she can visit with her 3 daughters and 6 young grandchildren.

“I thrive to provide individualized solutions for my clients, utilizing current technology with a holistic approach. The intimate connection between oral health and overall systemic health is very important to me and how I care for others.”