About Our Doctors


Randy C. Olson, D.D.S.

36iapps.jpgDr. Olson has been providing dentistry to the Burien and South Seattle community for over 30 years. Dr. Olson's most exciting part of dentistry has been watching the progression of young dentists who have allowed him to be part of their lives. One of the most rewarding aspects of dentistry is to see these dentists achieve advanced technology skills that most offices do not offer. He is also proud that he is able to offer multiple cosmetic crowns in one appointment.

Dr. Olson has three daughters, one of which currently works for Town Square Dentistry. He has lived in the area all of his life. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family and golfing. Having played baseball for the University of Washington while in dental school, he has a great interest in baseball and of course the Seahawks.

Dr. Olson is also on the board for Vista Missions who sends dental and vision teams to Mexico.

Dr. Olson’s mission is to ensure that his patients receive the most comprehensive and advanced dental care.

Kim Trieu D.D.S


Dr Trieu

Dr. Kim Trieu joined our team in 2015. Born and raised in the Puget Sound, Kim received her dental degree from University of Washington School of Dentistry and is a second generation Husky. Dr. Trieu wanted to be a dentist since she was seven-years-old. She loves the dynamic, growing field of dentistry and believes in serving the patient with the greatest and most gentle care.


As a leader in organized dentistry, she is a member in American Dental Association, Washington State Dental Association, and Seattle King County Dental Society. She constantly seeks to improve quality of patient care through professional development as a member of the Washington Academy of General Dentistry and has organized one of the largest turnout in Olympia for Dental Action Day to bring awareness to Oral Health.

When Dr. Trieu is not practicing Dentistry, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Frank, and her three sons and daughter; Peter, Andrew, Christopher, and Faustina. You can find them at the local library; children museums and the great parks here in Northwest.