Geoffrey A. Berg, DMD
Geoff was born and raised in Beaverton, Oregon and is a third generation Oregonian. During his college studies he took two years off to serve as a missionary in Spain where he became fluent in Spanish. After graduating from Brigham Young University, he attended Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland. During his studies there he completed an extra course of study in surgery and anesthesia. Since graduation he has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education focusing on surgical reconstruction using implants as well as cosmetic dentistry. His experience in these areas has led to his position as a regional speaker for Camlog Implants where he has trained dozens of other dentists in the art and science of implant placement.
Geoff has a wife, Kaye, and 5 children, the most recent addition being his twins which were born in June, 2008. This keeps him busy as he has participated as a coach for soccer, basketball, and track.
Daniel Reynolds, DMD
Dan was born and raised in upstate New York. He attended Ithaca College where he met his wife, Becca. Becca dragged him out to the Pacific Northwest and he quickly fell in love with the area. Their first stop was in Bellingham, WA were he found a job as a woodworker making high-end dining and rocking chairs. A visit with his dentist, a hobbyist woodworker, turned him onto the idea of dentistry. He hasn’t looked back since.
While pursuing his new-found career path, Dan and his wife moved to Portland where he attended Portland State University. With acceptance into Roseman University for dental school, Dan and Becca moved to Salt Lake City where they immediately fell in love with the mountains, the desert, and all the other natural beauty that Utah has to offer. While in Utah, Dan and Becca welcomed their son, Joshua, to the world. Missing the Northwest and wanting to be closer to family prompted their move back to Oregon and to Mid-Valley.
Dan loves dentistry! He loves the tactile sensation and artistic sense that correlates to woodworking. He jokingly says, “dentistry is just like woodworking, but smaller and in someone’s mouth!” He also loves getting to know his patients; connecting with them and helping to improve their lives. In his spare time, he likes skiing, hiking, backpacking, and even some occasional whitewater rafting - just being outdoors whenever possible. Dan, Becca, Josh and dog Althea (Ally) now call Corvallis home.