Having her two young daughters and becoming a mother has changed Miyoung’s philosophy towards health and wellness. It’s what brought her to Live Well Dental Center: she believes that minimizing exposure to toxins and allowing the body to heal itself naturally is vitally important. It’s how she raises her family and how she practices dentistry. “Professionally, I have found that Dr. Chang’s biomimetic and holistic dental philosophy meets the higher standard of care that I would like to deliver.”
On a Personal Note:
After being born in Seoul, Korea, Dr. Hague grew up in Nashville, TN. She also lived in Hawaii before moving back to Washington with her family. It was the mentoring and encouragement she received while working at her childhood dental office that helped guide her into the dental profession.
Her two young daughters make her very proud; they keep her grounded in what she feels is really important in life. Together with her husband, they lead a busy life raising these two young girls and managing two medical careers.
Some of her favorites things outside her family include old-school frozen custard and any variety of Korean food. La Divina from the opera Bellini is Miyoung’s favorite music choice. Trekking the Himalayas and volunteering dental care to those in remote northern India is another thing in her life that stands out for her.
Dr. Hague would still like to travel on all 7 continents. Since she speaks Korean and Spanish, it should make this a bit easier for her!
- 2001-Doctor of Dental Surgery, University of Tennessee, College of Dentistry
- 1996-Bachelor of Arts, Music and Spanish, Emory University
- High Point Dental Clinic at Neighborcare Health, Dental Director and AEGD Residency Program Advisor
- Indian Health Service, General Dentist
- Seattle Indian Health Board