Ilya and Tracy volunteer with Compassion Clinics where they provide free dental cleanings at Saturday clinics across the metro area. Seeing the vast need for oral care in our city, they reached out to Good News Community Health Center concerning their vision to create a permanent space where dental providers could serve the community regularly. Providing dental care in the community is a dream come true for all of our providers. We can’t wait to meet you! Please reach out to us at 503-660-3161 to schedule an appointment.
Tracy Brunkhorst, RDH, EPDH
Tracy knew right from the start that Dental Hygiene was a perfect fit for her career. From a young age she was called to serve and it has been a thread in her life that has weaved a wonderful tale of how love and caring for patients has led her to her passion, which is to bring mobile dentistry to those in need. Tracy is a 1996 grad from North Dakota and her roots lie in the plains. Tracy’s Norwegian heritage and culture lives bright inside and she hopes to visit Norway someday. She would have never guessed she would reside in the forests of Mt. Hood. She loves living here in Boring, where you can find her chasing after goats, chickens, and ducks. Tracy is married and has 2 kids. She loves their 3 horses and their beloved family pet dog, Harper. Volunteering is a platform that is fulfilling for Tracy. She loves serving at Compassion Clinics, which has enriched her life. She is faculty at Mt. Hood Community College in the Dental Hygiene program. A general dental practice along with a non-profit clinic is where you will find her educating and working with her beloved patients. Currently, Tracy also serves in leadership with her local hygiene association. She is so anxious to share all of the above traits with you! Open arms and smiles in abundance is Tracy’s payload!
You can call or text Tracy at 503-660-3161.
Ilya Babiy, RDH, MS, EPP
Ilya has been a dental hygienist since 2007. He’s worked in both private practice and public health clinics. Currently he serves as full-time faculty at Mt. Hood Community College’s Dental Hygiene Program. Ilya and his wife are busy keeping up with their three children. He is bilingual in Russian, and has a love for world languages and cultures. His passions include spending time with family and friends, teaching, traveling, and exploring the outdoors and scenic beauty of the Great Northwest. Ilya has lots of personal experience with the special needs community, as his younger brother Daniel has Down syndrome. Growing up, Ilya would make sure Daniel’s teeth were thoroughly flossed and brushed every night. His love for preventive oral health led Ilya to choose dental hygiene as his career. Ilya has also been providing in-home/facility dental hygiene services to seniors and people with special needs since 2014, through his mobile hygiene business, On-Site Oral Health Care. (www.onsiteoralhealth.com).
You can schedule an appointment with him by call/text to: 503-489-8004.
Natalia Sakun, DDS
Dr. Natalia grew up in Kyiv, Ukraine, in a family of medical and dental professionals. She attended SUNY at Buffalo, New York, and received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1999. After moving to the Pacific Northwest in 2000, and starting her family, Dr. Natalia worked for several dentists in Longview, and Vancouver. In 2002 she took over the small practice of a retiring dentist in Southeast Portland, where she happily served patients for 19 years. She is passionate about providing the highest-quality, most personalized care possible. She also speaks several Slavic languages. In recent years, Dr. Natalia traveled on volunteer dental missions to Honduras and the Philippines, directly impacting and touching the lives and hearts of underserved families. She regularly volunteers in the Portland metro area to provide charitable dentistry with Medical Teams International Mobile Dental Vans and Compassion Clinics.
In order to schedule a visit with Dr. Natalia, please set up an appointment with one of our hygienists first, to complete intake paperwork and initial assessment/preventive care.
Igor Sotnikov, RDH, EPDH
Igor left Russia to come to the United States in 2004. Since childhood, his dream was to work in the medical field. As a junior in high school, he made the important decision to pursue a career in dental hygiene. Igor graduated from MHCC dental hygiene program in 2019 and has worked in corporate and private practice since then. He enjoys helping people, and loves to see the changes in their oral health and home care. After graduation, Igor went to St. Lucia for the project “1000 Smiles” to provide free dental hygiene services to the local population, many of which never had a cleaning. He is very active in his church, and sings in three choirs. Also, he is bilingual and helps to teach Russian to kids at his church. Igor’s hobbies include spending time with friends from church, and playing volleyball. He wants to start hiking, learn how to ski and ride a dirt bike.
Roland Lee, DMD
Dr. Roland Lee has been happy to call Oregon home his entire life. Born and raised just outside of Portland, he completed his undergraduate studies at Oregon State University in 2010, and obtained his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Oregon Health & Science University in 2014. Since then, he’s worked in corporate and group practice settings with patients of all ages and backgrounds. He is currently a faculty dentist for the dental hygiene program at Mt. Hood Community College, and also working towards completing a Master’s degree in Healthcare Business/Administration to better learn how to both improve access to care and population health. In Dr. Lee’s spare time, he can be found at a concert, browsing one of Portland’s many record stores, playing tennis, or cheering on the Portland Trail Blazers.