Family affair at Sedona Dental Arts

Tamara Bill Fernandes, center, joins her parents Dr. David and Jennette Bill, Sedona Dental Arts

Tamara Bill Fernandes, center, joins her parents Dr. David and Jennette Bill, Sedona Dental Arts

Dr. David and Jennette Bill welcome their daughter, Tamara Bill Fernandes, DDS, into the practice of General Dentistry at their office, Sedona Dental Arts, in West Sedona.

Dr. Fernandes, who is the granddaughter of the late Lois and E. Charles Bill, MD of Clarkdale, graduated from the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco in June with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. She earned numerous awards at the University including the Dental Anatomy Award for Excellence in Esthetics and the Academy of General Dentistry Award for greatest interest, knowledge and proficiency in general dentistry.

University of the Pacific School of Dentistry is one of the most highly regarded dental schools in the US. Over 3,000 students apply every year for 140 spots. Dr. Fernandes is a 2001 graduate and valedictorian of Sedona Red Rock High School and a cum laude with honors graduate of the University of Arizona with a degree in biology.

Dr. Fernandes is delighted to be joining her father's dental practice, which has been in Sedona for over 21 years. She was excited to recognize during her schooling that Sedona Dental Arts utilizes the most current techniques and state-of-the-art technology available in dentistry today.

The Bills invite you and your friends to meet "Dr. Tamara' when they host the Chamber of Commerce Mixer at their office on Thursday, September 24 from 5:30 to 7:00. There will be food and drink, entertainment and office tours. The Chamber of Commerce charges members $10 and non-members $15. The office is located at 1120 W. State Route 89A, on the north side of 89A down from North Airport Road.

Dr. Fernandes and Dr. Bill welcome new patients. For more information about the doctors and Sedona Dental Arts visit www.sedonadentalarts.com.

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