About Your Dentist

Mandy Olson, DMD

“One ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”


“I want to provide a safe, friendly, judgment-free environment where patients feel comfortable and unashamed about their dental health issues. I look forward to nurturing lifelong relationships with my wonderful teammates as well as our patients. Overall, I just want to create a fun working environment for the team, and I want each of them to feel truly valued and appreciated as vital participants in making sure our office fulfills our collective vision for safeguarding our community’s oral health.”


General Practice Residency 
Naval Medical Center San Diego – San Diego, CA

Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry
Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine - Glendale, AZ

Bachelor of Science in Biology
Florida Atlantic University – Boca Raton, FL

Associate of Science in Veterinary Nursing (RVT)
Purdue University – West Lafayette, IN

Continuing Education & Professional Memberships

Dr. Olson is an Invisalign Certified Provider and holds a dental license in Utah, South Carolina, Florida, and Georgia. She is looking forward to adding implant dentistry to the variety of services provided in the office.

Life & Hobbies

Dr. Olson loves being outdoors and any activity involving the sand, surf, and sun. Soon, she will be relocating from Bluffton, South Carolina to Pooler with her husband and two adopted fur babies, a long-haired Dachshund and a Chiweenie. She also enjoys healthy cooking, reading, watching movies with her little family, and anything that involves animals.

“I’m just a small-town girl from Indiana. Dentistry is my second career. I was a Registered Veterinary Technician for 15 years before going to dental school. As a recipient of a Naval scholarship, I was able to attend dental school without financial worry and serve my country for six more years after graduation. Parris Island was my last duty station and brought me to the Lowcountry. I’m looking forward to settling into my new dental home and getting to know my new dental family.”