Dr. John R. Carson

Dr. John R. Carson

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Dentist Service Spotlight

Your time is valuable. That’s why Dr. Carson has invested in the revolutionary system. Cerec is a unique Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacture (CAD/CAM) system that allows us to make tooth colored restorations in our office in one visit.

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is scary. But we can put your fears to bed with our advanced treatment options.


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Cosmetic & Restorative

From simple to complex we can help you maintain or reconstruct your smile.


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Implant Dentistry

Enjoy one of the most permanent forms of dentistry for replacing missing teeth, from a single missing tooth to multiple missing teeth; Including All on Four implants.


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Sedation Dentistry

We understand that going to the dentist can be a traumatic experience for some. We have several sedation options available for your comfort.


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Teeth Cleaning

We will assist you in understanding your oral health and the means available to solve problems you may be experiencing or are likely to experience.


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TMJ Treatment

More than fifteen percent of American adults suffer from chronic facial pain. Let us help you ease your pain.


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What Our Patients In Tucson Are Saying


Proper Flossing Technique

Flossing is just as essential to your oral health as brushing your teeth, but many people fail to floss enough or do it properly. In addition to making an effort to floss once daily, you should speak with your dentist or dental hygienist about the best strategies to improve your technique…


Manual vs Electric toothbrush

There is nothing wrong with a manual toothbrush, but their electric counterparts tend to be a bit more user friendly. An electric toothbrush automatically spins or scrubs your teeth for you; all you have to do is move it to the proper location in your mouth…


Proper Toothbrushing Technique

Dentists recommend brushing your teeth for two minutes twice a day to ensure you remove all food debris and plaque from the teeth, gums, and tongue. However, it can be difficult to ensure you are truly brushing for a full two minutes without a little help…