Dental Patient Resources In Tucson

As a convenience to our patients we are able to provide the forms necessary for you to complete prior to coming to the office. We also request that you bring your insurance card or information with you. Additionally, if you have or can obtain current (less than two years old) radiographs and/or records from your previous dentist it would be greatly appreciated if you would bring those as well.

Please note the links for a map detailing our location and directions for entering our complex on the Contact Us page. Parking is available in our complex or in the adjacent shopping plaza. If you park in the plaza lot, access to our complex is via a gate located at the west end of our complex next to the Big Lots store.


  • What are your office hours?

    Our hours are:
    Monday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
    Tuesday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
    Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Friday: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
    We are closed Saturday and Sunday. Wednesdays by appointment only.

  • Why do I need more than two cleanings each year?

    Research has shown that patients with any level of periodontal disease require and respond better to more frequent hygiene appointments. By having hygiene visits at three-month intervals the disease entity is more readily controlled, resulting in less puffiness and bleeding in the tissues. There are also those patients who have a greater tendency to build up calculus (tartar) on their teeth. Because this material harbors the bacteria which cause periodontal disease, more frequent visits are recommended.

  • How often should children brush their teeth?

    Ideally, they should brush after every meal or snack, and again before going to bed. Because this is not practical, it is recommended they brush at least twice daily; once after breakfast and again before going to bed. Of course, any additional brushings are beneficial. It is also recommended that parents brush their children’s teeth until the age of eight, as adequate dexterity in handling the toothbrush can be an issue.

  • Do you have payment arrangements?

    We are affiliated with Care Credit, which provides monthly payment plans for our patients. We also accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards.

  • Does having a crown mean having a root canal?

    Not necessarily. While it is highly recommended to have a crown placed on a tooth that has had a root canal in order to protect the tooth from fracture, it is not always necessary to have a root canal procedure because a crown has been placed. The need for a root canal is dependent upon a number of factors related to the condition of the tooth that generally predate the crown placement.

  • Do you accept insurance?

    We accept all indemnity insurance, and are preferred providers for a number of PPO-type insurance plans.