New dentist joins Freeland Family Dental practice team

Freeland Family Dental welcomes a new associate, Dr. Erin Palmreuter, who joined the staff in January.

Dr. Erin Palmreuter joined the staff of Freeland Family Dental in January.

Freeland Family Dental welcomes a new associate, Dr. Erin Palmreuter, who joined the staff in January.

Her peers at Family Dentail say Palmreuter has excellent clinical skills and shares the same passion for conservative, family dentistry that Dr. Kyle T. Fukano has exhibited.

Palmreuter grew up in Escanaba, Mich., and graduated from Escanaba Area High School in 1997.

She attended Alma College in Alma, Mich., where she earned a bachelor’s degree in biology.

She went on to the University of Detroit Mercy and earned her dental degree in 2006.

Palmreuter is a National Health Service Scholar and spent the past seven years serving several communities in Ohio, Virginia and Washington state.

Her husband, Neal, served in the Navy since 2003. Currently, he is the staff psychiatrist at the Naval Hospital in Oak Harbor.

Erin and Neal have three children; a 5-year-old daughter and 2-year-old twins.

When Palmreuter is not in the office, she can be found running, fishing and spending time with her husband and children.

 

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