Dr. Nhi Pham grew up in Snohomish, Washington. After graduating as Salutatorian from Snohomish High School, she went on to receive her Bachelor of Science degree from Seattle University. There, she was selected by the faculty and her peers as one of the top ten graduates of 1995. Dr. Pham received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in 1999.
In addition to private practice, Dr. Pham is currently affiliate faculty at the University of Washington School of Dentistry where she has taught since 2012 in the Oral Medicine and Urgent Care Department. Dr. Pham has also enjoyed serving as an affiliate faculty at Shoreline Community College and Lake Washington Technical College where she served for over three years.
Although she has a passion for teaching and mentoring students, Dr. Pham’s first love is providing personalized care to her patients with the latest in preventative and restorative dental techniques using the most advanced technology. Her practice philosophy is focused on preventative care on both a local and global level.
Whether it be on a remote island facing the Turkish border or the African Savannah, Dr. Pham brings great joy to her dentistry wherever she goes. She is a dedicated member of Medical Relief International and her mission work has led her to Haiti, Central America, Tanzania, and caring for Afghani and Syrian Refugees in Lesvos. Locally, Dr. Pham has been a regular volunteer for the Medical Teams International Dental Van in both Western and Eastern Washington. Dr. Pham also serves yearly for the Seattle Stand Down for Veterans, Project Homeless Connect and the Seattle King County Clinic. When she is not trekking around the world or advocating for shipment of humanitarian aid, Dr. Pham lives life to the fullest with her husband, Chris, their three daughters, and internationally adopted puppy, Jin Jin. Chris coaches golf at Kamaik High School and the entire family feels blessed to call Mukilteo and the Pacific Northwest home.
2018 Magis Medal, The Honor Society of Jesuit Colleges and Universities
Awarded annually to two Alpha Sigma Nu members who best exemplify scholarship, loyalty and service in their work to better the world. This is the highest honor given among more than 60,000 members and 20 Jesuit Colleges.
2018 Mukilteo Citizen of the Year, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club
Bestowed to an outstanding and community-minded resident.
2017 Citizen of the Year, Washington State Dental Association
The award is the highest honor bestowed on one of its own 4,500 members. It is given to the member who has performed outstanding service, which serves to help a community in need, reinforce the value of service to the dental community, and promote the image of dentistry.
2017 Special Recognition Award Recipient, Snohomish County Dental Society
Given annually, one member dentist is recognized for their outstanding volunteer activities and community service.
2015 Platinum Circle Service Award
National Award from Fortune Management to a member dentist for exemplary service locally and internationally.
- Pierre Fauchard Academy
- International College of Dentists
- Academy of General Dentistry
- American Dental Association
- Snohomish County Dental Society
- University of Washington School of Dentistry, Alumni Association Class Representative
- Washington Academy of General Dentistry
- Washington State Dental Association
Dr. Kristen Morris was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. She attended the University of Idaho for her Bachelor of Arts degree in biology with a minor zoology. Her graduate education was achieved at the University of Washington School of Dentistry where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2007. After graduation, Dr. Morris completed an advanced education in general dentistry residency in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Kokua Kalihi Valley Medical Center. This is a great community clinic where she was able to increase her skills and knowledge in all facets of dentistry while enjoying the island life on her off time.
Dr. Morris couldn’t stay away long from the Emerald City and returned to the greater Seattle area in 2008. She enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, especially root canal therapy, extractions and treating children. She is grateful to have the opportunity to work in an amazing environment like Mukilteo Dental Center that allows her to expand her knowledge and offer more inclusive treatment to her patients. An important philosophy in Dr. Morris’ dental practice is the importance of building meaningful relationships with the entire family by providing exceptional and quality service. Dr. Morris’ travels include time in the Philippines where she volunteered in a Dental Mission. Dr. Morris likes to stay active and has continued to play volleyball throughout the years on club teams in college and co-ed recreational leagues with friends. She also enjoys Crossfit, being outside or mountain biking.
Dr. Morris is a huge fan of Husky sports, as well as the Mariners and the Seahawks. She resides in the Richmond Beach area of Shoreline with her husband, Roy, her daughter, Piper, and her West Highland terrier, Conan McRumple.
Dr. Tiffany Luu-Tran is a Washington native who was born and raised in Federal Way. She attended Seattle University for her undergraduate studies where she earned her Bachelor of Science with a minor in Business Administration. Dr. Tiffany then went on to receive her Doctorate in Dentistry from the University of Washington. She supplemented her educational experience by completing additional honors courses that specialize in periodontal surgical skills, implant placement and pathology diagnosis. Dr. Tiffany is board certified and embraces a lifetime of learning through continuing education courses. She enjoys learning updated techniques in general dentistry, dental surgery and cosmetic dentistry.
Dr. Tiffany is highly regarded for her commitment to patient care and dental excellence with a gentle touch. She wholeheartedly believes that a smile is one of the most universal tools of communication, and is a strong advocate of preventative care. She values relationships and puts patient comfort and safety as first priority. Dr. Tiffany loves working with patients of all ages from birth to 105 years old! Fun fact, Dr. Tiffany began as a patient at Mukilteo Dental Center and is extremely grateful for the opportunity to have her journey come full circle and serve alongside the entire team at MDC.
As a firm believer in community service and mentorship, Dr. Tiffany has mentored many pre-dental students through their journey to dental school as a G.U.I.D.E. (Guiding Undergraduates Interested in Dental Education) mentor. She was invited to become a teaching assistant for Removable Prosthodontics as well as an orientation peer advisor for UW’s admissions committee. She has also enjoyed volunteering for other organizations including Husky Smiles, SmileMobile, Medical Teams International, Mary’s Place and Seattle Gospel Mission.
Outside of dentistry, Dr. Tiffany enjoys adventuring around the world with her husband, Kevin. She is currently working on improving her calligraphy and expanding her arts and crafts skills set. As an avid Disney fan, Dr. Tiffany tries to visit Mickey Mouse at least once a year and hopes to complete a few half marathons at Disneyland in the near future!
- American Dental Association
- Washington State Dental Association
- Snohomish County Dental Society
Dr. Tracy Scott, Periodontist, is a respected periodontist both locally and nationally. He brings more than 30 years of dental expertise to Mukilteo Dental Center.
Dr. Scott was raised in Charleston South Carolina and earned a Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the Medical University of South Carolina. Upon dental school graduation he decided upon a career with the US Navy Dental Corp. This decision offered him a chance to serve our country, as well as gaining diverse clinical experience and professional growth. His assignments carried him to many locations throughout the world. A career highlight was his assignment at Bethesda Naval Hospital called the “President’s Hospital” located outside D.C. Dr. Scott served as Chairman and Program Director of the Periodontics Department at the Naval Postgraduate Dental School. At this teaching hospital, his department was involved in the specialty training of new military dentists. His staff was also dedicated to the treatment and rehabilitation of our many wounded warriors. Dr. Scott’s absolute focus was on helping this most deserving group of patients, but in retrospect, he was the one who benefitted the most by expanding his scope of advanced surgical skills. It was this assignment that shaped his treatment philosophy. Patients first with no second priority.
After many years of military service and too many family moves, his final assignment was at the Bangor base. Having travelled to many places in the Navy, the Northwest immediately captured him with its abundant natural beauty. But It was the wonderful people that sold him on making the Northwest his final home. Dr. Scott is ready to share his many years of clinical experience to the people of this magnificent area at Mukilteo Dental Center.
On weekends, you can find Dr. Scott hiking with his black lab, kayaking in the Sound, and fishing for salmon. During his time off, he volunteers with local charity groups to provided dental care to families in need. He and wife, Michelee, continue to explore this part of our country at every opportunity and to work to become part of the local community.
- Chair and Residency Director, Periodontics Dept, Naval Postgraduate School
- Periodontic Advisor to the Navy Surgeon General
- Chief of Corps award for top graduating resident
- Voted top 3 implant dentist during the annual Best of San Diego Poll
- Scientific reviewer for prominent implant journal
- American Academy of Periodontology
- Academy of Osseointegration
- American Dental Society of Anesthesiology
- American Academy of Facial Esthetics