Dr. Mike Solbrack
I am a Litchfield native and graduated from Litchfield High School in 1978. I received my B.A. degree in Biology and Geology from Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN in 1982 and earned my D.D.S. degree from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistryin 1986.
I began practicing with Dr. Haugo immediately after graduating from dental school. I enjoy family dentistry, working with people of all ages and doing a variety of procedures. This makes my days interesting and enjoyable.
I live in Litchfield on Lake Ripley with my wife, Marj. We have two children – Aaron and Kristen. I enjoy spending time with my family, fishing, hunting, golfing, biking, and traveling. I have been an active member of the Litchfield Rotary Club since 1987 and the Lake Ripley Improvement Association.
Dr. Ryan Swenson
I grew up in Ramsey, MN graduating from Anoka High School in 2004. I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Service Management from University of Wisconsin – Stout. After working for a few years in Denver, Colorado, I was drawn into dentistry and graduated from the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.
I’m thrilled to be part of the team at Litchfield Family Dental and am so impressed by the family atmosphere our team provides to patients. My favorite part of dentistry is the near instant relief we can provide patients, or the watching the dramatic changes in confidence a restored smile can provide. I’m a family dentist and provide care in most phases of dentistry.
My wife, Kayla, and I live in Litchfield with our 3 children; Sully, Laurel and Otto. In the rare moment we aren’t wrangling our kiddos, we enjoy spending time with family and friends, working on projects at the house, getting out to the lake for beach time and fishing, and I enjoy hunting with my dad and brother.
Dr. Jim Haugo
After serving the Litchfield and the surrounding communities for over 38 years, Dr. Jim Haugo has decided to enter into well deserved retirement. Those who were fortunate enough to work with him or receive care from him will always remember Dr. Jim’s big heart for other people, his willingness to stop everything and help someone in need, his gentle demeanor, and the way he finished his career well. We all miss Jim, but are so happy he and his wife, Cathy, are able to enjoy more time with their wonderful family and go on many new adventures. If you see Dr. Jim around town, be sure to say hi and thank him for all he has done for this community!