Daniel D. Saucy, DMD
A proud Oregonian, Dr. Daniel Saucy graduated from Forest Grove Union High School and Portland State University before attending Oregon Health and Sciences University. He takes his small-town upbringing to heart and keeps a close-knit and personal feel a top priority at South Salem Dental Associates. His open and out-going nature create a laid-back atmosphere that life-long patients appreciate when tending to their dental needs. Dr. Saucy has enjoyed watching his patients’ families grow though the office, but also when visiting at the grocery store and around town.
Dr. Saucy keeps current with a variety of continuing education courses, but is especially interested in root canals, gum disease therapy and gold foil restorations. He also is very active in Oregon State and national oral health legislative activities. Over his past three decades in Salem he has been an active participant in enhancing our local community through his service in Boy Scouting, on the Salem-Keizer School Board, and for ten years on the Salem Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. He is currently an active member of the Salem Parks Foundation.
Kristi Coulombe, DMD
Born in Oregon and raised on Navy bases around the world, Kristi has returned to Oregon for good. The Northwest has always been home to her and she finds it hard to beat. Kristi enjoys all Salem has to offer with its beautiful riverfront, orchards, and parks. Kristi can also be found with her daughter and husband up on the lake in Detroit or at the Oregon Coast enjoying the beauty so close to home.
Kristi Coulombe DMD graduated from University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Dental Medicine. Prior to dental school she received a bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene from Oregon Institute of Technology Klamath Falls. “As a hygienist I was lucky enough to work for some amazing dentists in Salem and Portland. Those dental relationships expanded my passion for dentistry and all things dental. I love dentistry and I feel blessed to be part of a profession that centers on community and health.”