Dr. Bruce was raised in Boise and is a University of Washington School of Dentistry graduate. Dr. Bruce practices general dentistry with a significant amount of time devoted to treating sleep apnea. A member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, Dr. Bruce regularly takes extra hours of continuing education in dental sleep medicine and teaches courses to dentists and physicians on oral appliance therapy.
Dr. Dan Bruce is a diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM). Dentists who have achieved ABDSM certification have demonstrated to their peers and to the public that they have the skills and knowledge essential for the delivery of excellent patient care for the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. The examination by the ABDSM is currently the only certification examination recognized by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Certification is limited to a very small percentage of dentists across the country.
Dr. Bruce is also a member of the following organizations:
– Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
– Idaho & American Academy of General Dentistry
– American Dental Association
– Idaho State Dental Association
– Southwest Dental Society
Dan was a tremendous student. His work ethic and clinical excellence in the practice of dentistry were admired by not only me, but our entire school. His study and practice lead to the excellent skills he now utilizes in his day to day practice of dentistry.
Dan (and others at Valitics) designed my website and did an excellent job. Within weeks of having it live, I’ve had multiple compliments and expect it to be very helpful for educating existing patients and increasing visibility to potential patients.
Dr. Steve Russell
has given a 5 out of 5 star rating on
April 5, 2019
Dan and I often discuss our day to day experiences as general dentists, sharing knowledge to improve our practices and make better choices for our patients. He cares deeply about his patients and takes great pride in clinical excellence. I respect him greatly and would gladly have him as my personal dentist, if he only lived closer