Dr. Bradley received his bachelor’s degree from Eastern Washington University and graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in 2011. Having always enjoyed working with children, Dr. Bradley continued his education by completing a two-year pediatric residency at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City to earn a Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Bradley is a member of American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Dental Association, the Washington State Dental Association and the Spokane District Dental Society. He has physician privileges at Sacred Heart Hospital, Deaconess Medical Center and Valley Hospital.
Born and raised in the Spokane area, Dr. Bradley grew up on a small farm in Green Bluff with his parents and four siblings. He attended St. Thomas More grade school and Gonzaga Prep high school. Dr. Bradley participated in numerous school sports throughout high school, including football, track and wrestling. In college, Dr. Bradley won All American honors for wrestling. While in dental school in Seattle, he played rugby for Old Puget Sound Beach and continued to play rugby in New York during his pediatric residency for Old Blue American Rugby Team.
He and his wife Kathryn have two children, Connor and Julia. They enjoy spending time together as a family and getting outdoors to take advantage of all the Inland Northwest has to offer.
Dr. Gragg obtained her undergraduate education from The University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, where she graduated with B.A in Psychology and Pre-Professional Studies in 2009. Dr. Gragg obtained her DMD from the University of Pennsylvania Dental School in 2017. During her time at UPenn, Dr. Gragg developed her passion for treating children. She completed a summer community externship, where she created an oral health curriculum and coloring book for the underserved community of West Philadelphia. Additionally, Dr. Gragg went on to graduate with her Community Service Honors Degree for her work with the PennSmiles program, a school-based effort aimed to increase access to care for Philadelphia’s children.
Since she was a child, Dr. Gragg has always had a passion for horses. She continued her love for horseback riding during her time at Notre Dame as both a member and eventual President of the Equestrian Team. During her time on the team, she competed against regional colleges, and was fortunate enough to reach national competition during her Junior year. Additionally, during her time in South Bend, Dr. Gragg also was a passionate volunteer at a local Therapeutic Riding Center, where she was able to share her love of horses with disabled children and adults.
Although Dr. Gragg was raised in Texas, she's enjoyed her time living in different parts of the country. These experiences have provided her with the opportunity to meet and learn from many different types of people. As a new resident of Spokane, Dr. Gragg is looking forward to spending more time with her family, who also call Washington home. When Dr. Gragg isn’t busy treating patients, she enjoys spending time with her animals, visiting with friends and family and watching Notre Dame Football.