To make an appointment, simply give us a call. We can usually see you the day you call. If that day does not work for you we can see you within 1-2 days of your call.
Once you have scheduled an appointment, you may enjoy reading about your doctor and the team who assists him.
Just call our main number...it works for all three of our locations.
LOCAL • 520.322.0800
TOLL FREE • 800.322.0887
EMERGENCIES: Call immediately. 520.322.0800.
We are set up to see you at any time of the day...
usually within 1 to 2 hours.
Perhaps you would enjoy the story of a daughter telling her dad about “Five Comforting Things You Should Know About Modern Endodontics.” click here
Instead of doing the paper work in the office you can do so in the privacy of your own home whenever you choose.
To save your time, You may complete and submit your Patient Registration Form online.
Click here to complete and submit your "Patient Information" form. NOTE: Please type your name in the signature blanks. When you come to the office we'll have you sign to affirms the validity of your typed signature.
Click here if you would like to read and/or print our "Notice of Privacy".
Yes, you may still fill out this information in the comfort of our reception area if you prefer. Either way, we are looking forward to seeing you.
Lauren said, "... and overall, my experience was incredible." To hear the rest of the story, click her picture.
Most often, we can see you the day you call. If that day doesn't work for you, we can see you within 1-2 days of your call.
No, we do not require a referral from a dentist. Please call us at 520.322.0800 to set up an appointment today.
• Provide appropriate security for our patient records,
• Protect the privacy of our patients' medical information,
• Provide our patients with proper access to their medical records,
• Appropriately maintain our patient information and billing processes in compliance with national HIPAA standards
We are required by applicable federal and state law, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), to maintain the privacy of your health information. We are also required to give you a Notice of Our Privacy Practices, our legal duties, and your rights concerning your health information.
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HIPAA Contact Officer: Libby Lowrie
Southern Arizona Endodontics' Notice of Privacy Practices.
Each instrument used for treatment in our office is sterilized. Every item has been carefully pre-cleaned, dried, packaged and treated in an autoclave at 265 degrees with 25 PSI for 15 minutes or more. Hand pieces are sprayed with disinfectant and are sterilized in a cassette autoclave.
To ensure proper operation, our autoclave sterilizers are monitored weekly by the company Sterilizer Monitoring System, Madison Heights, Michigan.
Every touchable surface has been pre-cleaned, sprayed and wiped down with hospital level disinfectant in accordance with OSHA and CDC (Center for Disease Control) specifications, eliminating any chance of cross-contamination.
This office has completed a thorough training program designed to assure compliance with the requirements of OSHA’s regulations on infection and hazard control.
We offer same-day appointments for people in discomfort. We have reserved time for emergencies. It's hard to give an accurate estimate of your wait time; usually from one to two hours.
LOCAL • 520.322.0800
(it works for both locations)
TOLL FREE • 800.322.0887
You DO NOT need a referral for an appointment.
Libby said, "I'm a little nervous, what are you going
to do?" To hear the rest of the story, click her picture.
The only hesitation I had that day was the testing of the teeth and was really surprised that there wasn’t any pain. They used something called endo-ice with a little q-tip, easily discovered which tooth it was. The nerve had been dead two weeks. He could tell by how it looked. I was also shocked at how little it was. That was kind of a fun part, if you can have a fun part of a root canal. And overall my experience was incredible. I was a little nervous and after going to Southern Arizona Endodontics, I have to say it was a fabulous experience. I would recommend anyone to go there.
I was having some pain, I came in to SAE and I do remember what I felt walking in the door, a warm feeling. It was "whew", this must be okay. And the doctor came in and introduced himself. I told him I had no idea what this is all about. "I'm a little nervous, what are you going to do?", He explained it to me in terms I could understand. We were done and told me what to expect afterwards. Actually, the whole experience with the root canal, I was totally surprised because it was like getting a cavity filled