Staff

Daedalus Dentures Concepts is guided by Jeffrey Fjeld, DPD, a Washington State board certified denturist.

In 1997 Jeff began work in the denture laboratory industry in his family’s business with his mom and dad, Gary and Renee Questad. His dad, a Certified Dental Technician for over 25 years, taught Jeff everything he knew – from dental implants to intra oral health. His dad also encouraged continuing education. At least twice a year, there were conventions, classes and seminars to attend and learn about the newest techniques, latest materials and equipment for making people’s smiles better.

When Jeff’s dad passed away, Jeff took over the technical part of the business. After a while, Jeff realized there was more to just fabricating dentures on a model. He wanted to offer the process from beginning to end to clients and decided to become a Denturist. As a Denturist, it really doesn’t get any more custom than that. Denturists take the impressions, set up the teeth and try them in the patient to find the perfect fit and the emerging smile.

Jeff graduated from Bates Technical College, the only college in Washington State to offer a denturist training program. While a student Jeff saw numerous patients while maintaining his denture laboratory – both of which have proven to be benefits to his clients today.

As a patient you play an active role in the discussion of what you desire for your new dentures or partials. You are in the hands of a professional who specializes in the making of removable prosthodontics and completing your smile.

Renee Schwarzmiller

Renee is a Lake Stevens native and graduate of Lake Stevens High School and Western Washington University with a Bachelors degree in Archeology.  After school, she spent time abroad touring Ireland by bicycle and several months traveling through Australia and New Zealand before spending several years working in her field with an archaeological firm out of Seattle.  Desiring employment closer to home to allow more time for volunteer work with Snohomish County Search and Rescue and her family’s beef-cattle farm, Renee began working at Pilchuck Dental Laboratory in Snohomish.  There she was exposed to the many aspects of the denture industry and several years later, helped her husband Jeff through the denturist program at Bates Technical School.   Now, when Renee isn’t assisting patients in the denturist office, she’s busy on her family’s farm, part of the fifth generation to work the property since 1903.