When you visit our Scottsdale dental office, we make you and your oral health our top priority. Our dedicated dentists and team strive to provide all patients with personalized, competent, and gentle dental care. You deserve it! We are committed to informing and co-diagnosing with our patients which helps them make educated decisions about their treatment needs. We seek to improve your quality of life by helping you achieve the healthy, beautiful smile of your dreams!
Give your smile a makeover with our amazing cosmetic procedures. If you are insecure about the aesthetics of your teeth, Center for Progressive Dentistry can give you the dazzling, confident smile you deserve! Learn more ›
We have extensive experience in treating periodontal disease and will do everything possible to preserve your gums and teeth. Learn more ›
Our quality restorative dentistry services can repair the function and appearance of your teeth, so you can smile confidently again! Learn more ›
The Center for Progressive Dentistry is dedicated to helping you receive experienced care. Our team of experienced and trained dental professionals are some of the best in Scottsdale AZ. We love to make you smile and be proud of your smile. We invite you to learn more about our doctors and look forward to seeing you in our office.
A family oriented individual, skilled dentist, active youth leader, and community volunteer, Dr. Thomas Sims makes the dental experience a personal one. His 25+ years of dental experience and continued education in the dental field ensure you will receive painless, top quality care. He strives to keep up with the latest technology and bring up-to-date equipment into his beautiful dental practice. Dr. Sims is a proud member of the American Academy of Cranial and Facial Pain, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,See All Doctors
Dr. Liz Wallmann joined the Centre for Progressive Dentistry in 2015. She knows that most people don’t love going to the dentist, and it is her goal to keep you as comfortable as possible while providing the highest quality of care. She is dedicated to treating every patient as she would her own family.See All Doctors
Dr. Danielle “Dani” Bitton is excited to call The Centre for Progressive Dentistry home again after a 7-year hiatus to continue her academic studies and attend dental school. She first came to this practice as a dental assistant in 2007 after moving to Arizona from Idaho. While assisting her mentor, Dr. Thomas Sims, she discovered her passion for teeth, people’s smiles, and providing exceptional dental care to patients. Dr. Sims and the rest of the dental family at The Centre for Progressive Dentistry were a great support and motivator in helping her to make the decision to continue her education and become a dentist herself.See All Doctors
When it comes to esthetics The Center for Progressive Dentistry in Scottsdale, AZ is a leader taking pride in every aspect of smile design and tooth characteristics. To ensure each patient gets the smile they are dreaming of we take into account the entire face and customize the smile for each patient. We are completely involved in the process from start to finish. We have refined the process of cosmetic dentistry and are able to create your dream smile with minimal visits to our office.Learn More
When you become a patient and meet our professional staff you can expect exceptional treatment. We believe in one patient at a time treatment and building a relationship with our patients that goes much deeper than just providing services in exchange for money. You will gain something of value from our office whether it is comfort, function, health or beauty. Count on us to be here ready to serve you at each appointment.
Excessive snoring may be a signal that something is seriously wrong with one’s breathing during sleep. Snoring is indicative of an airway that is not properly open; indeed, the sounds of snoring come from the body’s extra effort to force air through such a narrowed passageway. Snoring can be one of the important signals of a potentially dangerous sleep disorder called sleep apnea.Learn More
TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint, which is your jaw joint. Everyone has two of these: a left and right. TMJ syndrome or TMD (temporomandibular disorder) is a medical problem related to the function of the jaw joint. This typically manifests itself as a popping, clicking, or rustling in the jaw joint and can be accompanied by jaw joint or muscle pain, a jaw that locks in position or is difficult to open, headaches, fullness or ringing in the ears, and even numbness in the face and fingertips.Learn More