Dr. Ryan Brunworth, DDS
Dr. Ryan Brunworth graduated from The University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 2005. He has been practicing dentistry in West Michigan for over 12 years. He grew up as a preacher’s kid in a small town a little smaller than the White Lake area, and he was surrounded by a life of leadership, dedication and service. These values were instilled in him from a young age and have been the backbone of how he practices dentistry. Dr. Ryan stresses comfort in dental treatment and will work hard to make sure each of you feel welcome and comfortable. Dr. Ryan is excited to serve the White Lake area and looks forward to earning your trust for years to come.
Dr. Ryan and his wife Kristi have 3 active boys; Mason, Brady and Logan. When not on the baseball or soccer fields with his boys, you can find him outdoors running trails, hunting, fishing or boating. He and his wife also spend time around their Mini-farm caring for their 16 chickens, 5 ducks, 2 cats and their miniature golden doodle named Bella.
Dr. Michelle VanDyke, DDS
Dr. Michelle VanDyke was born and raised in West Michigan. Upon graduating from both Reeths-Puffer High School and Hope College, Dr. Michelle earned her DDS at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. After completing her residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, she returned to West Michigan establishing a successful family dental practice in her beloved communit. For the past 15 years. Dr. Michelle has prided herself in prioritizing her patient’s comfort, care, and overall experience at every dental visit. Her patients are her family and she looks forward to serving the White Lake community.
Dr. Michelle is a single mom to two crazy boys; Levi and William. When not car pooling to Soccer, Baseball, or Football with her boys, Dr. Michelle enjoys spending time with her family camping, scrapbooking, reading and traveling. Both her and her boys have a passion for rescuing animals in need of safe, loving homes. Their “family zoo” of 2 cats, 3 dogs (one with only two legs) and 1 ball python snake keep life exciting, hilarious and rewarding.