It’s now Wonder Family Dental & Dentures | Business Update

Dr. Kaylee Wonder

Dr. Kaylee Wonder

Poulsbo Village: Anderson Denture and Dental Center is now Wonder Family Dental & Dentures (www.wonderdentaldentures.com).

Bruce and Wanda Anderson sold their practice of 24 years to Dr. Kaylee Wonder, who has been serving as the practice’s associate dentist. In a letter to clients, Anderson wrote that he and his wife were retiring and moving to the East Coast to be closer to their children and grandchildren.

Wonder “has been working with us and shows the expertise and compassion that assures you that the excellent care you expect will be continued,” he wrote. “She will be joined by denturist Brittany Peschek, DPD. She, too, is an excellent practitioner.”

He added, “Thank you again for the privilege you have given me and the Anderson Denture/Dental Center staff by allowing us to provide your dental care. The confidence you have placed in us is recognized and much appreciated.”

In her accompanying letter to clients, Wonder wrote that she considers each client to be “a family member” and “I will do my best to make sure you receive the best dental care possible by providing patient-centered and comprehensive care that is tailored to fit you.”

Wonder was born in Thailand and grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii. She earned an undergraduate degree in biological anthropology from Southern Connecticut State University, and her doctorate in dental medicine from University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Dental Medicine.

Away from the office, Wonder teaches English online to her students in Thailand. She volunteers with Mission of Mercy and Medical Teams International, providing free dental care to underserved populations. She is a member of the American Dental Association, Washington State Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and Kitsap Dental Society.

Uptown: Kitsap Printing/Kitsap Publishing has office space to rent or lease, by a single tenant or as coworking space.

The 500-square-foot space is in a second building at the printing and publishing complex at 1450 Finn Hill Road, and can be rented hourly, monthly or for one year. All utilities are included, and the site is wired for CAT 5 network, has two separate entrances, a large conference room, a large ADA restroom, a huge white board, and three parking spaces, It is located one minute from College Marketplace. Info: 206-849-6855.

Downtown: Sugar Flower Market, 18837 Front St., will expand soon into the former Kitsap Mosaic space next door. The market sells European market goods, vintage and home goods, and local products. Expect a soft opening within a month.

Second Season is moving later this fall to much larger quarters – from its current site at Anderson Parkway next to Beautifully Polished, to the former Poulsbo Antique Mall near the Sons of Norway. Second Season is North Kitsap Fishline’s thrift shop.

Vintage Housewife, 18850 Front St., is now Vintage Pearl. The store “repurposes and up-cycles furniture and other great vintage treasures,” the company states on its Facebook page. “Using vintage products, we can make unique and one-of-a-kind pieces.”

Paper Quirks, which specializes in paper products, including reproductions of vintage ephemera, moved next door to 18850-B Front St.

Beachside Boutique now occupies 18925 Front St., formerly occupied by Found, a vintage store. Beachside Boutique’s line of products includes nightshirts; clothing for men, women, children, and infants; accessories and home decor; and kitchen items.

Nordiska Gifts and Goods is open next door to Beachside Boutique, in the space formerly occupied by Barna & Co. children’s clothing store. Nordiska specializes in Nordic-inspired housewares, textiles and gifts.

— Richard Walker is managing editor of Kitsap News Group. Contact him at rwalker@soundpublishing.com.

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