Dr. Travis Howey graduated from the University of Washington, School of Dentistry, and received many honorary awards, including the American College of Prosthodontics Achievement Award. Since graduation, he has worked in several pediatric and general dentist offices in Eastern and Western Washington, as well as in his home town of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Dr. Howey is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), Washington State Dental Association (WSDA), and the Seattle King County Dental Society (SKCDS). Along with his dental society memberships, he is a mentor to dental students through the University of Washington’s mentor program.
Dr. Howey practices in all areas of dentistry including aesthetic and restorative dentistry, veneers and smile makeovers, endodontics (root canals), gum grafts, implants, and oral surgery (tooth extractions, including wisdom teeth). To stay abreast of the latest knowledge and methods, Dr. Howey attends several continuing education courses every year. A dentist in Washington needs to take 20 credits a year to maintain a current license; Dr. Howey regularly takes over 50 credits every year. He has participated in an implant residency at the Whitecap Institute and advanced jaw relation and restoration courses at the Dawson Academy.
Outside of the office, Dr. Howey enjoys being a part of the community by working with the youth and coaching little league. Throughout his childhood, Dr. Howey played soccer on a competitive level and still enjoys playing. He also likes to snow ski and water ski, mountain climb, and snowmobile.