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Eagle Rivershore Dental
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MEET THE TEAM

There’s a reason Dr. Gregory Davis and Eagle Rivershore Dental is in Eagle, Idaho. And there’s a reason we serve our wonderful friends in Eagle, Boise, Meridian, Star, and Emmett. It’s because we love it here. 

 

 We love the pace of life and our involvement in the community.  We love the people we serve and live with, bump into at the grocery store, sit next to at the Eagle Country Christmas,  chat with at the Eagle Saturday Market,  and celebrate with at the Eagle Fun Days. We love the warm, confident smiles we receive as our patients become our friends.  And that’s why we love what we do at Eagle Rivershore Dental.  We Can Hardly Wait to Meet You.

But in the meantime, perhaps we can let you meet us.

(Photo: Meet the Team – Stacey, Angie, and Courtney ... and our mountain biking Dr. Greg Davis at Eagle Rivershore Dental, your local Eagle Dentist.)

Gregory R. Davis, DDS

General and Cosmetic Dentist

Dr. Greg Davis’s passion in dentistry is helping people feel better and more confident about their smiles. With a dental degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, he went on to complete a post graduate Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) residency followed by two years of dental service with the USAF. After completing his Air Force service Dr. Davis purchased a private dental practice in Eagle, Idaho, 23 years ago.

Dr. Davis loves the “people aspect” of his work. His patients are also friends. As one patient recently offered, “[He’s] always interested in what [I’m] up to…. He's very soft spoken, a gentlemen, a family man—just a really nice person.”

The real love of Dr. Davis’s life, however, is Terry, his wife of 32 years, and their four children. He lists his personal passions as his family, great dentistry, mountain biking, and perhaps fly fishing … in that order. His community involvement includes youth sports where he can instill his love for a healthy, active lifestyle in young people.

Dr. Davis’s priorities in the dental care of his patients are, first, their dental and overall health. Then it’s about “helping people feel better and more confident about their smile.” His approach to treating his patients can best be summed up by one of his patients,

“He takes good care of me. He let's me know what he feels needs to be done and let's me, then, decide what I want to do. No pressure. I appreciate that.”



Angie McKay

Front Office Administrator

Angie grew up in a Boise business family.  She was drawn to work in the administrative side of dentistry because she loves the positive people she gets to work with, both patients and our team.  She also loves helping patients by making the business side of dental health care simpler.  Helping patients receive the full benefit their dental insurance may offer and helping those without dental insurance save money with our patient loyalty plan are especially rewarding to her.

Away from the office Angie’s family is the source of her greatest satisfaction.  She and her “wonderful husband” of 20 years and have two children, ages 10 and 13, and three dogs.  As a family they love camping, fishing, and competitive sports.  Angie also makes time for her personal passion of quilting.

When asked about what she loves most working in our office she is quick to tell you she loves seeing and hearing how good our patients feel about themselves—and their smiles—as they leave the office.  She says their smiles are infectious.



Janine Ray, RDH

Registered Dental Hygienist

Janine’s decision to become a dental hygienist was strongly influenced by her parents.  Both her parents suffered from the effects of periodontal disease and Janine’s professional career has been spent making sure that those who she cares for don’t have to have that same experience.  There were two other motivators that drew her to dental hygiene as well. One was her love for healthcare as a profession coupled with her passion for a healthy, active lifestyle.  The other was the flexibility of dental hygiene that allowed her the time to raise her family.

She received her Associates degree at Pasadena City College in California and her Dental Hygiene degree at California State University at Northridge where she graduated first in her class.  She also pursed additional training in anesthesia administration so she could help her patients relax and be pain-free during dental care.  She stays on the forefront of dental hygiene with her professional involvement with the American Dental Hygiene Association and the Idaho Dental Hygiene Association.

When asked about her personal passions in the field of dentistry she will tell you she loves educating her patients about the relationship between dental health and a person’s overall health.  This is supported by findings over the past several years linking poor dental health with heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes.  But when asked what she enjoys most in her day-to-day job in the office she’s quick to reply, “building relationships with my patients.  In motivating and educating them in preventing dental disease.”

As much as she loves her profession her life really revolves around her family including her husband and four adult children.  Active health has been a family tradition with camping, boating, and UTV riding plus her personal rejuvenation time in the gym.  But if you ask her what she’s looking forward to in the future she’ll admit that, with two recently married children, she’s eager for grandchildren.