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Dr. Brandt Cullen, DDS

Dr. Cullen graduated from Creighton University Dental School in 2006 and was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the US Navy.  He served 5 years in the US Navy mostly overseas treating sailors, marines, and civilians of the local countries he visited with the US Navy.  Dr. Cullen is passionate about all phases of dentistry, from pediatric to geriatric dental treatment.  Dr. Cullen also enjoys fishing, hiking, skiing, running, working on his home, and volunteering.  He is actively involved in the Lithia Springs Rotary, the Elks, and volunteers at the children's dental clinic of Jackson County.   Dr. Cullen is the past Treasurer (2010-2016) for the Ashland Hospital Foundation and will continue to be involved on local boards and charities.  Dr. Cullen is currently a Lieutenant Commander in the US Naval Reserves.  He loves the Ashland community, also loves spending time with his family, Melanie, Adrian, and the pets, Candy Kane (the dog) and Cashmere (the horse).                                                                                     In 2017 Candy Kane will be in the OSF play "Shakespeare in Love." Good luck Candy--don't break a paw!

 

 

Dr. Erik Hill, DDS

Dr. Erik Hill was born and raised in nearby Grants Pass, OR and is excited to be back in the Rogue Valley. He graduated from University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2017 where he received extensive training in all areas of dentistry.  Dr. Hill came to dentistry later than most as he pursued his dream of playing professional golf upon graduating from the University of California, Davis.  After a few years of ups and downs on the golf course, he decided to retire the clubs and turn his focus to dentistry.

When he’s not working, Dr. Hill enjoys spending time with family and friends.  Whether it be golfing, fishing, hiking, snowboarding, or traveling, he and his girlfriend, Ana, are always looking for a new adventure.  In the past Dr.Hill has volunteered his dental services to those who are less fortunate or have limited access to care.  He has worked with the Indian Health Service in Montana, and in rural communities of Jamaica and looks forward to serving his local community of southern Oregon.