Dr. Kerry Olszewski
Dr. Olszewski, better known as ‘Dr. O’, holds dual undergraduate degrees in business economics and marketing from Seattle University and graduated from Creighton University School of Dentistry, one of the most respected dental schools in the country.
Dr. Olszewski loves being a dentist because it gives her the opportunity to be involved in the ever-changing science and technology of dentistry and how it applies to patient care. She believes that continuing education for herself, and her staff, is critical to staying up-to-date on latest developments in the dental field. Most importantly, Dr. Olszewski understands the direct link between a patient’s oral health and their overall health and appreciates her role in alerting a patient when oral symptoms may signify an underlying health condition.
Originally from Gig Harbor, Washington, Dr. Olszewski and husband Joseph graduated from Peninsula High School. Joe is a second-generation Boeing employee, following in his grandfather’s footsteps.
Dr. Olszewski has lived in the Mill Creek community for 13 years. It has been her dream serve the community where she lives. Dr. O and her husband spend their free time with their four pugs, (Ozzy, Guinness, Stella Mae, and Porter House), traveling, golfing, and fly fishing. They can also be found venturing to Walla Walla to visit her parents, who own Mansion Creek Cellars—a prestigious Walla Walla winery.
Dr. Olszewski is no stranger to healthcare, as her father is a well-respected physical therapist in Walla Walla. Along with running a successful winery, he continues to practice in the community and work with the surrounding hospitals to support physical therapy patients and programs.
Dr. Olszewski is a member of Washington State Dental Society (WSDA), American Dental Association (ADA), Academy of General Dentistry, Spears Continuing Education, and Eastside Treatment Planning Fellowship. She earned an award in prosthodontics (both full and partial dentures) as a tutor during dental school.
Meet Our Team
We are pleased to introduce you to our amazing dental team!
Taraa is the first face patients see when they walk through our doors. She has been making patients feel welcome and cared for since she began working at Mill Creek General Dentistry in 2015. With 28 years of experience as a dental assistant and financial coordinator, Taraa is an expert in the complex world of insurance billing and loves helping patients in navigating and maximizing their insurance benefits while helping them to minimize out-of-pocket expenses.
Taraa began her career at Southern California College of Medical and Dental where she earned a Registered Dental Assistant Expanded Function certification. She has taken many continuing education classes to keep current with the latest dental procedures and newest insurance coding.
In her free time, Taraa enjoys spending time with her husband, Joel, her three grown children, and her grandchildren.
Kacy has lived in the Mill Creek area her whole life and attended Jackson High School and Cascadia Community College. She has been a dental assistant for 10 years and has been with Dr. Olszewski from her start at Mill Creek General Dentistry in 2015. As a dental assistant, Kacy enjoys meeting new people and making sure her patients feel cared for and comfortable at each appointment. Her favorite part of dentistry is being challenged with advances in dental technology. This makes dentistry exciting for her, and she loves that Dr. Olszewski is always on the leading edge of the newest and greatest in dentistry.
Kacy’s family includes her husband, Tyler, a tiny chihuahua, two kitties, and a sweet bunny–clearly, she loves animals! Her dream is to fill their new home with as many pets as her husband will allow. Outside work time, Kacy’s favorite activities include traveling, napping, and bargain hunting.
Beth joined Mill Creek General Dentistry in January 2017 after five years practicing dental hygiene in downtown Seattle. After working as a dental assistant for over four years, Beth was accepted into the dental hygiene program at Lake Washington Technical College in 2009, where she excelled in her academics and graduated magna cum laude. She was also awarded the school’s highest achievement in restorative dental hygiene. Upon graduation, she continued her education at Eastern Washington University, where she was continuously on the Dean’s List while achieving her bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene.
An avid traveler, Beth has had the opportunity to visit over a dozen countries across Central America, Europe, and Asia, where she can be found getting to know the local people, trying internationals cuisines, and capturing her experiences from behind her camera.
Beth is a native of western Washington, and her family has deep roots in Snohomish and the Island counties. She grew up on Whidbey Island and recently moved to Everett with her husband and their 14-year-old chihuahua, Sammy. In her spare time, Beth enjoys gardening, cooking, photography, and home improvement projects.