Clint Henrie, DMD
After receiving his undergraduate BA and BS degrees in Spanish and Zoology, with a minor in chemistry, Dr. Clint Henrie went on to receive his DMD from the University of Louisville. He has been practicing dentistry in Alaska for almost 15 years, and prides himself in the attention to detail that he would demand for his own dental care. He provides general and cosmetic dentistry, same-day crowns, implant services for tooth replacement and implant supported dentures, and oral surgery. He enjoys treating children and adults alike.
One of his passions is helping patients overcome their reservations about dentistry. His goal is to ensure every patient is comfortable and enjoys their visits with us. He received his IV sedation certification from the University of Southern California, and provides IV and oral sedation for patients that need that extra level of comfort during their treatment.
Dr. Henrie assures that his patients that come to Health Centered Dentistry experience the freedom to discuss and have a choice in the treatment they feel is best for their own personal health. Listening to patient concerns is very important to Dr. Henrie. He appreciates the loving, supportive staff at HCD.
As with all of our doctors at HCD, Dr. Henrie has studied and provides safe mercury amalgam removal protocols and is a member of the international Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). He is also a member of the American Dental Association, the Alaska Dental Society, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He continues to expand his knowledge in all areas of dentistry by attending extensive continuing education courses including implant courses and soft tissue grafting with Russo Seminars.
He has an amazing wife, Heidi, who is a dental hygienist, and three adorable children. He loves the outdoors, and enjoys biking, hiking and skiing in the greater Anchorage area and throughout Alaska. He is an avid photographer, and likes hiking in Alaska’s back-country while photographing the incredible wildlife.