Dr. Eric Jacobsen
Dr. Eric Jacobsen loves working with kids. He has a deep understanding of children and takes extra steps to make them feel comfortable.
A native Oregonian, Dr. Jacobsen graduated from Brigham Young University before earning his DDS at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. Following dental school, he completed an additional two years of training at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. During his final year he served as Chief Resident of the pediatric dental program. Dr. Jacobsen has privileges at Legacy Emanuel Hospital and is the pediatric dentist for the pediatric oncology survivorship clinic’s, KITE (Knowledge and Inspiration after Treatment Ends) program at Randall Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Jacobsen loves living in Oregon with his lovely wife and three amazing children.
“Ever since our first visit to Jacobsen Pediatric Dentistry, my daughter now loves to come to the Dentist. The staff and Dr are very friendly and knowledgable. I...read more
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McCoy, Blake & Ava
McCoy, Blake & Ava
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Dr. David Raphael
Dr. David returned to Baltimore where he earned his dental degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. He came to OHSU and Doernbecher Children’s Hospital for his residency in Pediatric Dentistry where he trained to work with children who have a variety of dental and medical needs.
Dr. David is active in community service projects in the Portland area and has gone on dental missions to India, Bolivia, and Guatemala. He was previously an Assistant Professor in the Pediatric Dentistry Department at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. He is a board member of Smile Oregon, an organization that provides support to children in the Oregon community who have cleft and craniofacial conditions.
Dr. David and his wife Lesley have two very active boys, Jack and Charlie. With Jack leading the way, the boys are always finding new and creative ways to make a mess and put themselves in peril. Dr. David is busy at home but still tries to carve out some time to enjoy his favorite outdoor activities: surfing, skiing, fishing, scuba diving, and spending time outdoors.
Dr. David’s goal is to provide a dental experience that is safe and fun for children. He takes the time to work with children and parents to make sure that they feel comfortable and confident that they are receiving the best treatment available.