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Meet Dr. Andrea Brown

Two Dr. Browns Are Better Than One- Welcoming Dr. Andrea Brown

Introducing our friendly Eagle and Meridian dentist, Dr. Andrea Brown! Returning to Idaho from Omaha, Nebraska where she has been attending dental school, Dr. Andrea Brown is overjoyed to finally be moving back to the Meridian area — her old stomping grounds and the place she calls home. We contacted Andrea when we heard about her from a colleague, and when she came to visit, she immediately loved our beautiful practice and friendly staff. You may be wondering if Dr. Andrea Brown is related to Dr. Jacob Brown. She’s not. But we decided that two Dr. Browns are better than one!

Dr. Brown lives with her husband, Justin, and two dogs, with whom the couple spends a lot of time walking and playing outside. The big trip to Idaho is a welcomed transition for the Brown family, as Justin grew up in Spokane, Washington and is happy to be closer to his hometown, as well. “We are excited to come back west and be back with the family,” Brown said.

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Dr. Brown grew up shredding the slopes of Bogus Basin on her snowboard. After spending time in the flatlands of Nebraska, she’s more than ready to get back on the mountain this winter. In fact, she already has a season pass to Bogus lined up and is making sure Justin takes up the sport, too.

Our newest dentist comes from a family of serious golfers (her sister is a club pro) and is a big golfer herself. And although she followed basketball and football during her time at Creighton University in Omaha, she’s a Boise State fan at heart, having finished her undergraduate degree there. It wouldn’t surprise us if you catch Dr. Brown at a Broncos game sporting blue and orange this football season.

Dr. Brown is a very outgoing and helpful person, and really enjoys interacting with patients and educating them. A self-described people person, she loves talking with patients and getting to know them. She’s thrilled to be joining us, and we’re thrilled to have her.

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