Meet Dr. Pribadi
Dr. B. Ardi Pribadi has been dreaming of being a dentist since his first painless experience with a doctor, at the age of seven.
In 1992, after seeing UW beat Michigan in the Rose Bowl, Dr. Pribadi became an avid Husky fan and fell in love with the city of Seattle after visiting there on a family vacation. Dr. Pribadi graduated from the UW in 2001, with degrees in Literature and Zoology and received his dental degree from the prestigous University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, where he was awarded the coveted Cecil Adams Award for outstanding achievement in oral surgery. He then continued his studies working as a general practice resident at the VA Medical Center in Los Angeles. He quickly excelled amongst his peers and earned the title of chief resident after only a few months.
During his residency, Dr. Pribadi received extensive training in hospital medicine, dental implants, dentures, emergency care and IV sedation. His experience with disabled veterans was extremely rewarding and touched him so deeply that he joined the US Air Force to serve his country. During his tour of duty which included bases in Washington, Arizona and Japan, Dr. Pribadi was awarded the National Defense Medal and the Air Force Commendation Medal. After his service commitment ended, Dr. Pribadi returned to Snohomish, where he lives with his wife and newborn daughter. Dr. Pribadi continues his service to his country with the Air Force Reserves. When not fighting cavities, Dr. Pribadi enjoys, golf, fishing and exploring western Washington with his family.