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Bradley Nelson DDS, MAGD graduated with honors from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry in 1984. He joined the Air Force, where he completed a one year General Practice Residency and remained on active duty for ten years. Brad began working at Bay Dental Care in 1996. He enjoys talking with patients about life, values and family.

Dr. Nelson actively pursues current techniques and technology to maintain an advanced practice. In 2006, he received the prestigious Master of the Academy of General Dentistry Award given to fewer than 5% of dentists nationwide. He is currently co-chair of the continuing education committee and past President of the Minnesota Academy of General Dentistry.  

MAGD 
Master of the AGD is a significant milestone and clearly establishes a dentist as a shining example to other members of the profession. With this honor comes responsibility.

1—There is a responsibility to self
2—There is a responsibility to the dental profession
3—There is a responsibility to the AGD
4—There is a responsibility to community

Master credentials speak for themselves within the dental profession, but Masters must actively extend their influence and talents into the communities that they serve.  Masters should exemplify dedication, concern, compassion and understanding in the community in the manner of unselfish service. Doing so will enhance the professional image among those we serve, and those who might enter our profession tomorrow.

Masters have made a commitment to the highest professional standards and the ideals of the AGD. It is a commitment that will last throughout their professional lives.


What is the requirement for Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry?

To attain Mastership, members must first be Fellows in the Academy of General Dentistry. Then they must earn an additional 600 approved continuing education credits, meeting minimum requirements in certain dental disciplines, of which 400 hours are hands on courses. Thus, a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry has taken a total of 1,100 hours of continuing education. A Master has studied 16 disciplines in dentistry, such as periodontics, orthodontics, implants and oral surgery.


 

 


Sharlene Arnason DDS graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. She completed Post-Doctoral Dental General Practice residency at the University of Minnesota -Fairview Hospital.

Dr. Arnason is committed to ongoing dental education and has pursued further training in the areas of TMJ disorders, cosmetic dentistry, endodontics, pediatric dentistry, CEREC restorations and implant restorations.She has completed Academy of General Dentistry Post Graduate training in Cosmetic Dentistry as well as the University of Minnesota Post Graduate Esthetic Masters Program.  She is particularly interested in orthodontic braces and INVISALIGN for both children and adults.

Shar's caring and empathetic character cater's to those hesitant to come to the dental office for care. Dr. Arnason always looks forward to meeting new patients and enjoys working with both children and adults alike.


 



Michelle – Dental Assistant

Michelle graduated from Century College and has been a dental assistant at Bay Dental Care since 1987. She has seen many changes take place at this practice! Michelle lives in Roberts, Wisconsin with her husband Jeremy and son Tucker. She loves taking her son to hockey and baseball games and spending time in her gardens at home.

“I have really enjoyed getting to know the patients and their families. It has been fun watching the children grow up!”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  

 


 

 

Sally - Dental Administrator


Sally graduated from Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She has been a dental assistant, dental insurance analyst and dental administrator since 1978. Sally has been at Bay Dental Care since 1999. She lives in Hudson, Wisconsin with her Husband Tab. They have three grown children and five grandchildren. She loves gardening, gourmet cooking, bargain shopping and spending time with her family.

“I truly care about our patients and get the most satisfaction by going an extra mile to help them. It is always fun to hear what’s new in their lives as well!”

 


 



Stacy - Dental Hygienist

Stacy has been in the dental field since 1997. She was a dental assistant for the first five years and then continued her education to become a dental hygienist. Stacy has been at Bay Dental Care since 2006. She lives in Roberts, Wisconsin with her husband Adam and son Drew. When she isn’t busy chasing her son around, she enjoys spending long weekends at their families’ cabin in Grand Marais, Minnesota and shopping with friends. Stacy says the best part about her job is getting to talk to patients and getting to know them and their families.

 

 

 


 

 

Marina - Dental Assistant

Marina graduated from Lakeland Medical and Dental in Minneapolis, Minnesota and has been a dental assistant since 1989. Previous experience includes pediatric work and temping at various offices in the area. She has been at Bay Dental Care since 2004. Marina lives in the St. Croix Valley with her husband Dave and two children. She stays busy working and enjoys baking, skiing and relaxing on vacations. 

 

 

 

 


 

 Kristine