Meet Dr. Jay Deiglmeier

Family Dentistry in Kent, Washington

Dr. Jay Deiglmeier has been providing dental care in the Kent and surrounding areas since 1993. Dr. Deiglmeier’s roots are in Kent. He graduated from Kent-Meridian High School in 1977. His strong Christian faith continues to guide and shape the treatment of his patients. Dr. Deiglmeier is involved in numerous charitable organizations, including Young Life, Guide Dogs for the blind, Southwest Bible Church, World Vision, and Compassion Int., to name a few. Dr. Deiglmeier earned his undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Washington in 1989 and graduated from the UW School of Dentistry in 1993. He is a proud Husky, but he does provide dentistry to Cougars, too!

Dr. Deiglmeier is an active member in many local Study Clubs for continuing dentistry education. He is also a member of the American Dental Association, Washington State Dental Association, and the King County Dental Society. Dr. Deiglmeier was voted by his peers as one of “Seattle’s Top Dentists” for the last 20 years straight, as seen in the Seattle Met Magazine.

Dr. Deiglmeier and his wife, Tracy, have been married for over 35 years. They have two children, Hunter and Chase. Hunter graduated from Marquette University in 2020 with her PhD in English literature. She now works at Clemson University in South Carolina. She is married to her husband, Jon. They have 3 dogs: a retired guide dog named Linnea, Hunter’s working guide dog named Katie, and a hunting dog for Jon, named Maisie. Dr. Deiglmeier and Tracy have no grandkids yet, but they have 3 “grand-dogs”! In 2021, Chase graduated from Creighton University Dental School and is working with our fabulous team here at PLD! He and Dr. Joanne Bannerot are trying to kick this ‘ol dog out of the office, but they haven’t been successful yet! We’ll see…. Dr. Deiglmeier enjoys spending time with his family, and his hobbies include, snow and water skiing, golf, and all racket sports.

Contact our office today to schedule your first appointment with Dr. Deiglmeier.