Meet the Doctors

Your goals for your dental health are valuable and unique. You deserve a dentist with an established history of improving lives through cosmetic and restorative dentistry. Your dentist should also be on the forefront of dental technology and techniques, ensuring both your comfort and safety.

The Cooper Moss dentists skillfully manage the treatment of patients who are particularly nervous or apprehensive about their dental visits. We pride ourselves on meeting each patient “where they are,” enabling them to receive the care they both need and want in an environment that is calming and relaxing. In fact, some of our staff members have extra training in accommodating patients with special needs. If you are a person with dental anxiety, please let us know upfront so that we can help to alleviate your fears.

Bruce E. Cooper, DDS

A native Washingtonian, Dr. Bruce Cooper obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Pacific Lutheran University and completed his dental training at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He then began practicing general dentistry in Olympia and established Cooper Dental Arts Center, which became Cooper Moss Advanced Dentistry in 2012. Throughout his career, Dr. Cooper has completed numerous continuing education courses in all aspects of general dentistry, with a special focus on cosmetic restorations, Invisalign®, and oral conscious sedation.

Dr. Cooper strives to provide the best possible dental care for his patients. Comfort, safety, convenience, and patient satisfaction are his primary concerns, and he utilizes the best of current clinical and business technologies to achieve these goals. Dr. Cooper has also taught dentists in the Pacific Northwest on the use of modern clinical techniques and practices.

Dr. Cooper is a member of the American Dental Association, the Washington State Dental Association, and the Thurston-Mason Counties Dental Society. Over his career, he has served as an officer and leader within these professional organizations.

Dr. Cooper and his wife, Carol, have four grown children. In their free time, Carol and Dr. Cooper enjoy outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, and gardening. They are also active in their church and are committed to supporting and volunteering with various service organizations in the South Sound community.

Joseph K. Moss, DDS

Dr. Joseph Moss grew up in Thurston County and graduated from Timberline High School. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Saint Martin’s University and completed his dental education at the University of Southern California. Dr. Moss then joined Dr. Cooper and Dr. Isaacson, who were then practicing as Cooper Dental Arts Center. In 2012, Dr. Moss became a partner in Cooper Moss Advanced Dentistry.

Dr. Moss has completed a wide range of continuing education courses, with a special focus on guided implant surgeries. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Washington State Dental Association, and the Thurston-Mason Counties Dental Society.

Dr. Moss has a strong commitment to community service. He has served as a board member for the North Thurston Education Foundation. While at the University of Southern California, he participated in various programs serving the dental needs of the underprivileged in the Los Angeles area. He also participated in a service trip to Nicaragua providing volunteer dental care.

Dr. Moss and his wife, Lindsey Willis Moss, who met while attending Timberline High School, have four young children. They are both active in their church community and enjoy family and sporting activities. Dr. Moss is a youth soccer coach and is an enthusiastic fan of Seattle sports teams, and, of course, of his beloved USC Trojans.

Paul E. Isaacson, DDS

Dr. Isaacson is a native of the Northwest and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Pacific Lutheran University, where he first met Dr. Cooper. Dr. Isaacson earned his dental degree at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and then completed a general practice residency at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. He has also taken extensive continuing education in orthodontic treatment for children and adults. Dr. Isaacson joined Dr. Cooper’s practice in 1995.

Dr. Isaacson has an exceptional capacity to treat individuals with developmental disabilities. He shared this expertise for more than a decade as a clinical instructor for the DECOD program (Dental Education in Care of Persons with Disabilities) at the University of Washington. He has also taught in the dental assisting program at South Puget Sound Community College.

Dr. Isaacson is a member of the American Dental Association, the Washington State Dental Association, and the Thurston-Mason Counties Dental Society. Beyond his dental career, Dr. Isaacson is an active forester and outdoorsman. He also enjoys home remodeling projects.

Tyler Tebay, DMD

Born and raised in Pasco, Washington, Dr. Tyler Tebay completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Saint Martin’s University while also pitching for the Saints’ baseball team. Following his undergraduate education at SMU, Tyler lived in Seattle for several years working as an Emergency Medical Technician. He completed his dental training in Portland at Oregon Health & Science University where he served as his class President and was elected to the dental honors society. He also worked in community clinics in Portland, Klamath Falls, and in a pediatric clinic in Beaverton.

Dr. Tebay is an active member in the Academy of General Dentistry. While in Portland, he was a frequent volunteer with the Medical Teams International adult and pediatric dental vans and Give Kids a Smile Day.

Dr. Tebay takes great pride in establishing a trusting relationship with his patients. He strives to deliver the best care while making each visit as comfortable and pleasant as possible.

Dr. Tebay and his wife, Molly, who is a mental health counselor, are excited to be in Olympia where Molly has family. When not practicing dentistry, Dr. Tebay enjoys hiking, camping and woodworking. He is an avid fan of Seattle sports and takes any opportunity to root for them.