Dr. Spitzley grew up in Alaska and graduated from Palmer High School, about an hour north of Anchorage. She attended undergraduate classes at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota. Her liberal studies included an emphasis in science. She was accepted to the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery.
Her post-doctoral training includes continuing education courses presented through her memberships to the Minnesota Dental Association, American Dental Association and Crow Wing County Dental Society. She also actively participates in dental training by teaching at
Central Lakes College for Dental Assisting Program. She also volunteers each year to participate in Career Day at Central Lakes College.
Dr. Spitzley and her husband Tim enjoy time with their children Noah and Hannah. Their dog Mattie joins them on outdoor activities that include running, boating and gardening. Reading is also a favorite pastime.
American Dental Association
“We have fun getting to know
each patient. We are always considerate of making them feel comfortable while
they receive the best treatment possible.”