Dr. Jose A. Sanchez
Dr. Jose A. Sanchez grew up in the Central Valley. He speaks fluent Spanish and
has wanted to be a dentist ever since elementary school. He was so impressed with
the dentists that came to help his family and community with mobile dental units
that he decided to help others by becoming a dentist.
He graduated from Coalinga High School and continued his education at
California State University Long Beach with Bachelor of Science degrees in
Zoology and Physiology. Dr. Sanchez graduated from UCLA Dental School in 1995
and returned back to the valley to practice dentistry.
Dr. Sanchez enjoys each day helping his patients maintain good dental care,
obtain relief from pain, and transforming their smile! He enjoys all aspects of
dentistry and is happy to provide his patients with multiple services that other
dentists would normally refer out to specialists (molar root canals, wisdom teeth extraction, and
dental implants), along with all other services that general dentists offer.
Dr. Sanchez is a member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association, Tulare-Kings Dental Society and Fresno-Madera Dental Society.
Joelle B. Sanchez
Joelle grew up in Santa Rosa, CA. She is no stranger to the dental office. Joelle started working at her father’s dental office when she was eleven by filing charts, sterilizing instruments and occasionally assisting her father in the treatment room. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene from the University of New Mexico in 1992 and returned back to practice dental hygiene in California. Joelle and Jose met while working together at a dental office in Fresno, CA.
Joelle continued working full time as a dental hygienist until the birth of their first child in 1998. From that point on, Joelle has managed the dental office from home while caring for their two children, Ryan and Camille. Once the kids were in school full time, Joelle has been able to work at the office full time.
Dr. Sanchez and Joelle work to understand and meet the needs of each of their patients. Our goal together is to not let the care end when the patient leaves the dental chair. We will follow-up on patients after treatment with a phone call, take extra time to review treatment options and educate our patients on proper dental care and prevention.
We have worked hard to create a relaxed, stress-free environment for our patients. We surround ourselves with employees that are happy to be at work and enjoy “working.” One of our top priorities in the office is education. By spending lots of time with patients, explaining preventative measures, we are able to help patients keep their teeth healthy and avoid future dental problems.
Sarah Hinkson, Dental Assistant
Ashley Chavez, Dental Assistant
Paula Gomez, Financial Coordinator
Nicole Acton, Registered Dental Hygienist