Dental on Central

UPDATED: July 22, 2021

Dental on Central is committed to providing compassionate quality care for all patients. We are a family practice, with a multidisciplinary approach, which means that all our providers work together as a team in the diagnosing and treatment of each patient’s oral health needs.

Our team of best-in-class providers includes multiple specialists, physicians, general dentists, nurses, hygienists, and support staff – all in one location. Many of our team members, including Dr. Anthony Herro, are faculty at the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health.

We take a unified team approach to oral health care at Dental on Central. Our general dentists, specialists, physicians, nurses, hygienists and auxiliary staff work together with the diagnosing and treatment of all of our patients. We find that this multidisciplinary approach allows for the highest level of clinical treatment. The various perspectives and abilities of each of our providers result in truly comprehensive care that is consistent and repeatable. We work as a team from the simplest cases to the most complex treatment needed.

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5133 N Central Ave, Suite 102
Phoenix, AZ 85012
United States





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