Meet Our Team

Our Dentists

When you visit our Wenatchee Valley office, your smile is our top priority.  Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve.

Dr. Michael Potter

I have been lucky enough to pursue many different opportunities in my life, and I am always eager to meet new people. I decided at a young age that I wanted to pursue the field of dentistry. While attending a Christmas party at the age of 12, I overheard a physician describe the human body and became fascinated. As a child growing up in Spokane, I spent time in the Columbia Valley visiting the communities I am excited to get to know everyone and serve the great town of Wenatchee.

EDUCATION

Moving to Bellingham, I attended Western Washington University and furthered my education in the human body. I obtained a bachelor's degree in Biology/Anthropology and a minor in Chemistry. The road to dentistry was laid with hundreds of hours volunteering at the local community health clinic in downtown Bellingham. I saw firsthand how dentistry can change people's lives.

After talking to many dentists about the benefits of a strong business background, I decided to attend The University of Phoenix and pursue a Master's in Business Administration. This degree coupled with a strong biology/chemistry background was just the ticket to begin studying dentistry.

I moved my family to Saint Paul Minnesota to attend dental school because of the school's strong prosthodontic, oral pathology, and oral surgery programs. I immersed myself in the topic of dentistry, and I attended countless hours of continuing education in addition to the heavy load of dental school. I focused on a wide breadth of topics, focusing heavily on oral surgery and removable partial and complete dentures.

While attending The University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, I made it a priority to volunteer as much as possible at the local shelter extracting teeth for people of humbled means. This was an excellent oral surgery experience, and it allowed me to build up my clinical skills. I'm excited to bring a new level of oral surgery procedures to Echo Ridge Dental. I was also very active in the Hispanic Student Dental Association [HSDA] coordinating volunteer events and working as a member of the leadership team; I helped with events at the school, in the community, and at the national level. These experiences helped prepare me to apply exceptional care in a rigorous environment in all areas of general dentistry.

IN THE PRACTICE

I have loved getting to know the lives of the people that I serve. Working with the team at Echo Ridge Dental we have been lucky enough to change people’s lives, and I have loved every minute of it! Expanding the treatment options when I purchased the practice means most of the time patients no longer have to travel to get treatment done. This has been amazingly well-received.

FAMILY AND COMMUNITY

After graduating, my family and I were excited to find an opportunity in the Wenatchee. I spent time in the Columbia Valley as a young child and young adult. I enjoyed the sun, water, and people.

My boys and I enjoy spending time in the outdoors including camping, hiking, and swimming. We look forward to working in the community and growing.

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James E. Davis, D.D.S

Dr. Davis offers forty-six years of dental practice experience. He grew up in Southern California prior to moving to Washington State in 1992. Dr. Davis graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. After practicing in Laguna Hills, California for seventeen years and western Washington for seven years, he moved to the Wenatchee Valley where he maintained a family dental practice in East Wenatchee from 1999-2020. In March of 2020, Dr. Davis merged his practice with Dr. Potter's practice.


Dr. Davis is a life member of the American Dental Association. He is also a member of the Washington State Dental Association and the North Central District Dental Society. In his spare time Dr. Davis enjoys swimming, walking and social dancing.

Our Team

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Bre Field

I love being a dental assistant! I enjoy interacting with our patients and helping them in a variety of ways. I often assist Dr. Potter with various dental procedures. I have been with the Echo Ridge Dental team since September of 2019. I received my dental assistant degree from Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Kirkland, WA in 2011. I was raised in Cashmere and now live in Chelan with my wonderful husband Wes. We have two daughters whose names are Claire and Addi who are the joy of our life. We also have two dogs, some chickens and turkeys. Life is never a dull moment in my household. In our free time we enjoy spending time with family and friends, doing various activities like camping, hunting, fishing, gardening, spending time on the lake, barbecuing and traveling.

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Sonia Avila

I attended school at Wenatchee Valley College and Central Washington School of Dental Assisting. I have been on the Echo Ridge Dental team since September 2019. I currently live in East Wenatchee. I enjoy traveling, camping, going on new adventures and spending time with friends and family. As a bilingual assistant, my goal is to ensure all patients feel welcomed at our practice. 

Mary Troy

I have lived in Wenatchee since 1978, moving from Springfield Oregon. I have three grown sons and six beautiful grandchildren. I've worked in the medical/dental field since 1980. I worked for Dr. Marc Ball for 18 years and now for Dr. Potter. I love working with patients and meeting their dental needs. I I became a widow in 2018 after 38 years with my husband. My beautiful dental team and patients have help feel that void. I love to bowl, cruise, camp, and volunteer wherever I might be needed. My bucket list would be to skydive, learn to ride a horse, go to Tahiti and to ride in a hot air balloon.

Narimar Figueroa

I was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Boston, MA where I got my dental hygiene degree in 2003. I moved to Wenatchee in 2009 with my husband Josh and 2 boys (AJ & Lahziel). As a native Spanish speaker I spend some of my free time volunteering in the Hispanic community which I love doing. I also enjoy traveling, dancing and family time. As a professional, I strive to educate and treat patients in a caring, respectful way. 

Rhonda Zook

I have always enjoyed education. I received my Degree in Zoology from Montana State and my Bachelor’s degree in Dental Hygiene from Carroll College. My pride and joy are my children, Samantha who is a teacher and Jed who is a Civil Engineer. When I'm not working you will find me traveling, skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, camping, fly fishing, kayaking, gardening and spending time with family and friends. I have been blessed to have so many wonderful patients through the years that have become friends. I can honestly say after many years I still love my career choice.

Shannon Bresee

Shannon attended Dental Assisting School in California and has been working in dentistry for over 23 years. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, vacationing, reading, and baking. Shannon and her husband have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. She also enjoys meeting and greeting new people into our practice.

Marisol Reyes

I am the first person you see when you walk in our practice. I help schedule appointments, answer phone calls & check insurances. I am new to the dentistry field and joined this practice a few months ago. I love building relationships with all the patients and helping our Spanish speaking patients. When I am not growing relationships with our patients you can find me outdoors, traveling, spending time with my family and friends. I have a sweet little boy named Damian who keeps me busy, and motivates me to do my best at all times. 

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Chalese

I graduated from Wenatchee Dental Assisting School in 2019 and have been working alongside Dr. Davis since. I strive to offer all of our patients a comfortable and enjoyable dental experience every time, no matter the situation. When I’m not helping patients with their smile you can normally find me spending time with my family, out hiking, watching a local theatre production or eating a delicious meal.