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. Devin Morin attended the University of Louisville in Kentucky where he received his degree as a Doctor of Dental Medicine. After dental school, he had valuable experiences during his specialty residency in pediatric dentistry at The University of Minnesota. He received comprehensive experience and training in the treatment of children with complex medical concerns, orthodontics, use of sedative medications, and treatment of children under general anesthesia.
Dr. Morin became a pediatric dentist since he loves working with kids and enjoys making them laugh, connecting with them and making them feel special. He also enjoys helping parents and their children better understand the simple changes that they can make to improve their oral health.
Dr. Morin's wife, Brianne, is from Spokane and together with their four children, they are excited to be back in the Inland Northwest.