"To provide quality dentistry with a caring, friendly and courteous atmosphere in a timely manner."
All of us at Hiremath Family Dentistry take pride in our personalized approach with patients. In contrast to "high volume" practices, where concern seems to be numbers, our goal is to bring back old-fashioned care to dentistry by treating you like family..
Voted Best of the Northwest in 2014
Our practice is equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
Digital X-rays – Utilizes up to 90% less radiation than traditional x-rays
Intra-oral Camera – Allows you to “see what we see”
Diagnodent – Laser cavity finder, which allows us to fill teeth with no anesthetic (Click here to find out more.)
CERAC machine – Allows us to make crowns in about an hour with no impressions or temporaries
Hiremath Family Dentistry conforms to the highest standards of sterility. All equipment is either heat sterilized or disposable in accordance with OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act) guidelines. Unlike other offices, we don’t charge an extra fee for this!
At the initial appointment, a digital radiographic and oral examination will be performed. Also at this visit, we will discuss with you the following…
Any fears and concerns you may have
Any immediate dental problems
A comprehensive treatment plan
Payment at the time of services is required. However, we realize that every person’s financial situation is different. Therefore, we have several payment options for our patients. For your convenience, we accept…
Credit Cards - Master Card, Visa and Discover
Originally from Easton, PA, Dr. Hiremath grew up in Kalamazoo, MI., where his parents still live. He lives in Oro Valley, and with Stacy, they have three beautiful children Mason, Mahra and his newest addition Macallan. His older son Jordan resides in Florida. Dr. Hiremath also has three brothers: Kumar, Anil and Jay.
Formerly from Long Island, New York, my family and I settled in Oro Valley in 2008. I have 3 children and 2 beautiful grandchildren. I am a true believer in loving life and living each day to the fullest. Working at Hiremath Family Dentistry is a blessing and my goal is to be a blessing to others
Hi! My name is Alexis Robisnon and I was born and raised in Nogales Arizona. I started working at Hiremath Family Dentistry since Nov 2012 and love it since day 1. I graduated from Pima Medical Institute in 2005. On my spare time i like to go swimming, biking, hiking, practically any outdoor activity. i can say i am lucky to be party of this wonderful team and work with such a great and friendly staff.
I have been working in the dental field for 4 years. I am a native of Phoenix, Arizona. I am currently pursuing a degree in pharmacology, and will be graduating from Pima Community Collage next year. During my spare time I volunteer at UMC in the out-patient RX. I enjoy going out to the movies and hiking. I am very happy to be part of Hiremath Family Dentistry and to work with such a great and friendy staff.
Q. When should I take my child to the dentist?
The average healthy individual should visit the dentist every six months for check-ups and cleanings. Those with more serious dental health issues should visit more frequently, as advised by their dental provider.
Q. How important is it to see the dentist regularly?
Routine dental visits (typically every six months) ensure good overall dental health. In addition, the dentist can detect problems early on, thereby preventing major dental work and expenses down the line. Regular dental visits can prevent halitosis (bad breath), tooth decay, gum disease and more.
Q. When should I take my child to the dentist?
Children should see the dentist when their first tooth comes in. Cleanings should also be every 6 months.
What is Periodontal (Gum) Disease?
Gum disease is a bacterial infection of the gum tissues and bones that surround and support your teeth. Periodontal (gum) disease is not curable - but it is controllable.
How do I know if I have Gum Disease?
First, Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss? Second, do you have bad breath? Otherwise, gum disease is painless and only gets worse over time as the bacteria eat away the bone and gums and other supporting tissues that hold the teeth in place.
Why are Baby Teeth so Important?
It is very important to maintain the health of the primary (baby) teeth. Neglected cavities can and frequently do lead to problems which affect developing permanent teeth. Primary teeth are important for (1) proper chewing and eating, (2) providing space for the permanent teeth and guiding them into the correct position, and (3) permitting normal development of the jaw bones and muscles. Primary teeth also affect the development of speech and add to an attractive appearance. While the front teeth (incisors) last until 6-8 years of age, the back