Meet the Dentists
Rosana Bishai, DDS
Dr. Bishai grew up in Redmond, WA and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington. Knowing from an early age she wanted to pursue a career dentistry, Dr. Bishai attended the UW School of Dentistry. Having a special interest in medicine and treating medically compromised patients, she then gained extra training through a one year hospital-based General Practice Residency at the UW. Dr. Bishai has participated in many local and international dental outreach programs, including a trip to Bolivia treating children in the Amanecer orphanage system. Dr. Bishai, her husband and her two young sons live in the Newcastle area.
Geoffrey Strange, DDS
Dr. Strange was raised in Washington State and graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry. He has been practicing family dentistry in the Northwest for over 25 years. He prides himself on listening to his patients’ concerns and keeping abreast of the latest dental techniques to serve their needs. He was one of the first dentists on the Eastside to be involved with micro-abrasion dentistry, the technology that makes it possible to place fillings without anesthetic shots. Additionally, he has was one of the first to incorporate Cerec technology and digital radiographs into his practice.
Michael Lee, DDS
Dr. Michael Lee is a Washington State native and grew up in Kent, WA. He attended the University of Washington for his undergraduate studies and graduated with a doctorate from the UW School of Dentistry. His interest in treating children led him to pursue a pediatric residency, which he also completed through the University of Washington. This residency program provided training in all aspects of pediatric care including childhood development, preventive care, behavior management, conscious sedation, dental trauma and care of children with special health care needs.
Dr. Lee has received several awards including the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Pre- Doctoral Award and the Award in Excelling in the Treatment of Persons with Disabilities.