Meet Our Team
Dr. Eve Rutherford
Dr. Eve Rutherford is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Dentistry and received a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Biology form Scripps College in Claremont, California. Prior to entering dental school, she worked in the Department of Pathology at the University of Washington studying connective tissue disorders. Dr. Eve was raised in Kalispell, Montana where she graduated from Flathead High School.
I am dedicated to improving the oral health and overall health of my patients. My goal is to prevent oral disease and educate patients about the links between a healthy mouth and a healthy body. I love being a dentist and serving my patients through conscious and mindful care.
My dedication to improving oral health in the community extends to work I do outside the office. I currently serve on the Board of Directors for Washington Dental Service Foundation. During 2016 I will also serve on a task force with Washintgon State Health Care Authority that seeks to improve benefits for Adult Dental Medicaid. In 2015, I joined the Board of Directors at Delta Dental of Washington, the largest provider of dental benefits in Washington State. I am also active with the ABCD Program (Access to Baby and Child Dentistry), and Affiliate Faculty for the University of Washington Department of Pediatric Dentistry.
I have two active sons who keep me on my toes. We enjoy hiking the trials in Snohomish County and biking on Centennial Trail. My husband and I enjoy golfing and going out for sushi. On my own time, I love to go running and read books.
Dr. Rutherford practices Mondays and Tuesdays.
Dr. Rachel Greene
Dr. Rachel (Krell) Greene is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry and received Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Science, Technology and Society from the University of Puget Sound. Dr. Greene was born and raised in Snohomish and is happy to have returned to her hometown to practice in the community she grew up in. In addition to practicing dentistry, Dr. Greene is a professor at the University of Washington School of Dentistry working as the Clinical Director of Western Washington for the Service Learning Program and as a Clinical Instructor in the student patient clinic.
Dentistry is my passion and I enjoy empowering others to have a healthy mouth. I strive to help all patients have a positive dental experience and feel at ease coming to the dentist. I empathize with those who have dental anxiety and am more than willing to work with you to determine the best way to provide you with comfortable care. As a detail oriented person, my restorative focus is on precision and I strive for excellence in all my work. I look forward to meeting you and finding out how our office can best serve your dental care needs.
Dr. Greene practices Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
I am a Registered Dental Hygienist and have been with the office since 2006. I am born and raised in Snohomish and my father Dr. Pulliam owned a practice in the office next door. I enjoy educating patients and making them a little healthier every day.
I graduated from the West LA UCLA Hygiene School in 2005 and have been at the office since 2015. As a high anxiety patient myself, I strive to do my best to ensure a gentle yet thorough hygiene appointment. My goal is also to work hand in hand with patients to prevent disease and provide them with the right tools and knowledge to have a healthy mouth. I enjoy working with Dr. Rutherford and Dr. Greene because both of their laid back and fun spirits encourage staff to have a positive attitude in a high paced environment.
I am one of our dental hygienists and have been with the office since 2018. I am married and have a little girl at home. I love being able to work with patients everyday and being able to educate them about their oral health.
I am a licensed dental assistant and have been at the office since 2011. From assisting the doctors during procedures, cleaning children’s teeth, helping out our hygienists to assisting the schedule coordinator, I am one of the “busy bees” of the office. I enjoy being able to talk and connect with our patients and helping them feel at ease when they visit our practice. Coming to the dentist should be a positive experience and I strive to create an atmosphere that feels at-home and welcoming. As a Snohomish native I take pride in working with providers who are well known and respected throughout the community.
I am a licensed dental assistant and have been at Centennial family dentistry since 2016. I love the variety of my job and getting to work with such an awesome team! You may also see my younger sister Emma around the office as she often comes in to sterilize for us! I come from a large family (9 siblings!) so life keeps me pretty busy! But in my free time I enjoy hiking, camping and just getting outside!
I am a licensed dental assistant and have worked at the office since 2013 and enjoy the variety of my job. You might find me chair side working with our doctors, taking x-rays, doing child cleanings or answering the phone when you call. I love working in Snohomish where I grew up and seeing my patients outside the office.
I am our financial coordinator. Not only that, but I do many tasks around the office and might talk to you on the phone! I have two son's who are involved in lots of extracurriculars such as football that I love to go watch. Working with patients is my favorite part of this job!
I am passionate about the service industry and have been working in it for over 15 years. I graduated from ASU with a degree in communications in 2018 and have been putting it to good use in our office. I have been with Centennial Family Dentistry since 2018 and they have become my second family. My husband and I recently welcomed a beautiful baby boy in April 2020 and couldn't be happier to extend my family. I love forward to many more years at Centennial Family Dentistry.
I am Dr. Eve Rutherford's mom and I help run the business from behind the scenes. I spend a lot of time staying at my condo in Arizona and often work remote in order to stay there longer. Although, I do interact with patient's as much as I used to, I still love visiting the office and catching up with patients and other staff members.