Who We Are We strive to keep you comfortable and happy.

We pride ourselves on making your visit a pleasant experience, while providing you with quality dental treatment. Our emphasis is on early preventive care; however, we also provide restorative care including emergency services. Our primary goal is the retention of your healthy, natural teeth.

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Our ServicesWe provide you with a full line of treatment options.


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Meet The Doctors We have a passion for providing you with the very best.

Dr. Nancy E. Gill

Dr. Gill is originally from Pennsylvania and did her undergraduate work at Villanova University. After graduation, she wanted a change of scenery and chose Creighton University School of Dentistry for…

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Dr. Dallas D. Kenson

Dr. Dallas D. Kenson is originally from Prescott, Arizona, where she was the 6th generation to grow up on a cattle ranch. She attended Arizona State University for her undergraduate degree and moved…

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Patient StoriesHear what our patients have to say about us.

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Latest News Keep up to date with our latest blog posts.

Even Your Best Friends May Not Tell You, October 15th, 2016
Is a good-night kiss sometimes a deal-breaker? Are your friends eager to hand you a breath mint? You may be totally unaware, but you may suffer from the common, embarrassing condition known as halitosis – a fancy name for bad breath. It’s true, bad breath can impact your most personal relationships. Most of the time,… Read More »
What Do You Know About Bruxism?, September 30th, 2016
Life can be stressful – everyone is stressed to some degree, and the search for stress-relievers is common. Yoga and meditation may help, as well as regular exercise and walking. Did you know that stress can manifest itself in the unconscious grinding of your teeth or the clenching of your jaw? This is called bruxism… Read More »
Your “Bite” And How It Affects Your Oral Health, September 15th, 2016
The way your teeth fit together is called your “bite,” and everyone’s bite is different. Your bite is also known as the alignment or occlusion of your teeth. Your bite may cause you problems if it is “off,” and it may even affect your overall health and wellness. Malocclusion, the term for teeth that are… Read More »

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