About Dr. Barrineau
Dr. Breanne Barrineau received her dental degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and furthered her clinical training in a General Practice Residency at the University of Washington with focus on providing comprehensive care to medically-compromised patients. While in Seattle, she worked at the University of Washington Medical Center, Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Healthcare System, and Harborview Medical Center, a level 1 trauma center. She prides herself on providing compassionate and quality care to her patients and the community.
Dr. Barrineau returned to her home state of Virginia and practiced as a general dentist prior to specializing in Endodontics at University of California, Los Angeles School of Dentistry. The needs of her patients remain Dr. Barrineau’s primary concern. She imparts a holistic, minimally-invasive approach to conventional surgical and non-surgical endodontic treatments with a focus on the interrelationship between oral and systemic health. Dr. Barrineau utilizes a combination of the latest treatments and technologies—including laser therapies and GentleWave—to help optimize patient healing and experience.
Personal InterestsDr. Barrineau is a nature enthusiast, and enjoys backpacking, mountain biking, snowboarding, and running in her free time.
The Food as Medicine Institute provides nutrition education for individuals, families, and communities in order to nourish healthy relationships with whole foods, and enhances healthcare professionals’ understanding and use of food as medicine to prevent and reduce chronic disease.
- Eat whole foods and low-processed foods
- Eat a mostly plant-based diet
- Include foods made from healthy animals
- Make anti-inflammatory food choices
- Individuals have unique food needs
- Care about food choices and preparation
- Provide evidence-based nutrition education for individuals, families, and communities, nourishing healthy relationships with whole foods
- Educate healthcare professionals on the use of food as medicine in the prevention and reduction of chronic disease.
We envision communities that are free of chronic disease and nourished through healthy whole foods.
The Fluoride Action Network (FAN) is an awareness group made up of medical professionals and concerned citizens alike. Together, they work to promote awareness about public water quality, offering comprehensive information on the presence and impact of fluoride in the public water supply.
FAN is regularly cited by local and international media outlets—including TIME, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal—and they work vigilantly to keep up-to-date with new research, as well as government agency actions that could further impact the public’s exposure to fluoride.
MouthPeace is the movement to educate children about the link between oral, systemic, and planetary health. Health is a functional, structural, aesthetic, physiological, psychosocial and spiritual state of well-being. Integration of all these parts is essential for our global community to thrive in peace. To fully embody the concepts of MouthPeace, which is also a non-profit organization, it is crucial that children be given the opportunity to gain a broad perspective based on unbiased, high-quality science and research. This comprehensive initiative will include a series of dynamic school programs, workshops, and awareness campaigns that will evolve through time as children grow older and world health issues change. We will ensure all children have the proper tools instilled in them to care for themselves and their environment, regardless of income or background.
Education and Experience
She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from the College of William and Mary, where she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience with minor in Biochemistry.
Endodontics at University of California, Los Angeles School of Dentistry
Phi Beta Kappa
Gorgas Odontological Honor Society