Meet Dr. Ancich

Dr. Nicole Ancich is native to Tacoma and excited to practice in the community where she grew up. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiological Sciences from the University of Arizona in 1998 and went on to earn her Doctorate of Dental Medicine degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Boston in 2003. She worked as an associate dentist in Seattle until deciding to buy her private practice in 2005. Dr. Ancich has worked in the dental field since 1991 and decided to become a dentist in her junior year of high school at Bellarmine Prepatory. She devoted her entire teen and young adult life to dentistry and still possesses the same passion and ambition in dentistry today.

Dr. Ancich is passionate about continuing education and is committed to learning more and staying current and up to date with new dental materials, techniques and treatments. Dr. Ancich is an active member of the Spear Faculty Club, 253 Spear Study Club and the Tacoma Implant Study Club.  She is also a member of the American Dental Association, Washington State Dental Association and the Pierce County Dental Association. She has been serving the Tacoma community since 2005 and continues to provide thorough and comprehensive dentistry with exceptional care and a personal touch.
Dr. Ancich strives to give her patients the very best treatment with care and compassion. She believes in creating relationships with her patients and has assembled a dynamic team that helps her create a caring, friendly environment.  Each team member works to ensure you and your family receive the highest level of service.   Her office is located in Old Town in the North End of Tacoma and offers tranquil views of Puget Sound.

Dr. Ancich recently moved to Tacoma, back to the neighborhood she grew up in and looks forward to raising her twins Winnie and Vince alongside her husband Brian in the great Tacoma community in which she grew up.

Dr. Ancich's Dogs: Rainey (Left) and Marley (Right)

Dr. Ancich and her husband like to stay active with their twins, spending time working on their house and taking walks in their neighborhood with dogs Rainey, a Britney Spaniel and Marley, a Yellow Lab. Dr. Anich also likes to stay active in the community and serves on the Children's Museum of Tacoma board of Directors where she has been a participant since 2014.