To make your visit comfortable and stress free, we have designed non-threatening, open-bay reception and treatment areas. We have state-of-the art delivery systems and provide all phases of dentistry from implants to Oral Surgery to Cleanings /Periodontal care. We also have portable CD and radio headsets to listen to. We try to adhere to pre-set appointment times in an effort to be considerate of your time, and always make time to see emergency or non-scheduled patients in discomfort.
We are fully computerized and “paperless”. We use the Kodak 6200 Digital X-Ray System to secure and record data about your teeth with Digital X-Rays, we use 90 % less radiation, and films are available for viewing and reviewing in seconds with the doctor or hygienist in order to ensure you receive the best possible dental treatment. All data is securely stored offsite and complies with all HIPPa, OSHEA & Common Sense Standards. Intraoral video imaging and Digital X-Rays with The sensors produce sharp and clear X-ray images that appear almost instantly on a computer monitor. Acquisition of CDR images uses up to 90% less radiation than conventional film x-rays. The images are instantly stored and never degrade in quality.) These intraoral images are viewed instantly and can then be stored by the computer indefinitely or printed out just like a photograph. We can access these images whenever we want in order to compare one office examination with another. This also allows us to send copies of these images to other dentists or physicians thereby improving our ability to consult on issues that may be of strategic importance. A picture is truly worth a thousand words.
Some of the conditions we can see with an intraoral camera that are difficult to see with the naked eye include : various types of oral pathology and lesions, broken fillings and other types of restorations, cracked teeth, a variety of gum conditions and cavities in areas that are difficult to see and reach. You will be amazed by the quality of the images and just how diagnostic they really are.
Most of our staff will be involved in your treatment in one way or another. By working together in a TEAM approach, we can increase the thoroughness and efficiency of your treatment.
Dr. Haley, a 3rd generation dentist, is a 1980 graduate of Georgetown University with 35 years of clinical experience. A Tucson resident for 26 years, he is originally from Buffalo, N.Y, where he completed a G.P.R. program at Buffalo General Hospital. In 1991, he and his wife, Donna transferred to the Tucson VA Medical Center, where he continued his 13 ½ year stay with the VA. He returned to the private sector in 2000, where he and his team practice today.
Rachel, a San Manuel native with 19 years of dental assisting experience, graduated from Pima Medical Institute in 1998. When she is away from the office, she holds a part time position at Biosphere 2. Rachel enjoys spending time with her husband Josh and her 2 kids, Marce and Jr., who are both active with sports like football, baseball, softball and basketball. When they get a break from sports they spend time with family and friends and enjoy getting away to the White Mountains.
Amy, a native of San Manuel, AZ, received her Associates degree in dental hygiene from Pima Community College in 2012. She enjoys spending time with her patients and providing optimal dental hygiene services. She and her husband Ryan enjoy volunteering at their church with the youth ministry. Aside from her busy life, Amy enjoys using her dental hygiene skills as a volunteer in third world countries like Guatemala and Mexico to provide dental care to those in need.
Liz, our bilingual office coordinator is a native Tusconan who joined our team in March 2016. Before becoming our office coordinator she had experience as lead assistant with a periodontist and general dentist. She enjoys all aspects of dentistry, but mainly keeps the office running smoothly as our ‘go to gal’. In her free time she loves spending time with her husband Chris, and her daughter, Mila. Liz is an active member of the church she grew up in as a leader of the nursery ministry.