Dr. Amy Cochran, Kids’ Dentist
Amy graduated magna cum laude from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s in Microbiology/Health Sciences. After her undergraduate career, she completed her Doctorate of Medical Dentistry at the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health, while simultaneously completing her Masters in Public Health from A. T. Still University School of Health Management.
She is currently a member of the American Dental Association, the Washington State Dental Association, and the Spokane District Dental Society. Some of Amy’s Hobbies include running, cooking, interior design, and spending time with her family (especially at a local lake cabin during the summer!).
A dedicated dentist, Amy thoroughly enjoys all aspects of her job, particularly caring for and interacting with patients. She strongly believes in giving back to the community whenever possible and works as a clinical professor at Columbia Basin College Dental Hygiene School, as well as a volunteer at the Grace Clinic, a free clinic for the uninsured, alongside her parents, Dr. John Conrad and Mrs. Kathy Conrad, RDH.
Amy’s work philosophy is centered around creating a warm family atmosphere and taking the time to make each and every appointment a comfortable and positive experience for her patients.
Dr. Kirk Bean, Orthodontist
An expert in the field of orthodontics, he serves on the Inland Empire Maxillofacial Team treating patients with cleft lip and palate in the Spokane area. He has received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Brigham Young University and his Doctor of Dental Surgery from University of Washington. Dr. Bean loves the culture at Dr. C Family Dentistry, and appreciates the clear communication, excellent empathetic care, and fun, positive energy that every patient can expect. He loves building close relationships with patients and their families and is excited to help you on your way to a beautiful smile and – maybe more importantly – a good healthy bite.
Dr. Kirk Bean is a family man who enjoys spending time outdoors attending all of his kids’ soccer, softball, and basketball games. He loves working with his hands. Fun fact: He is a member of OrigamiUSA, the largest origami organization in the world, and has folded thousands of paper cranes for various causes. As a kid, he would even bend paper clips into animal shapes!