Danielle Olson, DDS


I grew up and graduated high school in St. Michael-Albertville, Minnesota. I continued my education at the University of Minnesota Morris campus where I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology with Honors. My journey took me to Mayo Clinic where I worked in a clinical Molecular Genetics Laboratory. I attended dental school at the University of Minnesota and graduated in 2010. I was proud to receive upon graduation the Irwin A. Epstein Award for Clinical Endodontics. Prior to joining the Cambridge Family Dental team in 2017, I provided care to a nearby community for seven years.


I met my best friend and husband, Eric, through mutual friends in dental school. He grew up in the area; therefore, we decided to make this our home. We are blessed with two adorable children; our aspiring princess Gracelyn and our newest addition Reed. We also have a nutty English Cocker named Lena. As a family, we enjoy camping and fishing as well as traveling. When I get rare moments away from my family and work, I enjoy reading and scrapbooking.


My desire to have a career in dentistry started as a 10-year-old child with an awkward smile. My dentist/orthodontist helped me learn to appreciate the smile I had but most importantly he gave me a smile I could be proud of. Every day I get the incredible opportunity to help patients love and appreciate their smile. I strive to build lasting relationships with my patients through honesty, trust, and respect. I understand that the dental chair is one of the last places anyone wants to be; therefore, I do everything I can to provide the highest quality of care that is comfortable and efficient for patients of all ages.