In 1981, Dr. Alan Noelck moved from the green corn fields of small-town Iowa to the rural desert oasis of Litchfield Park, Arizona looking for an opportunity to start his own dental practice. Over forty years later, he's still practicing in that same building albeit with major improvements over the years.
In 2017 his son, Dr. Forrest Noelck joined him in practice. Dr. Alan Noelck's passion for dentistry and his love of treating and getting to know his patients led his son to follow in his footsteps. They both value treating their patients in the same careful manner they would use when treating their friends and family, which often they are after living in the same community for so long.
Their practice emphasizes treating the whole patient and providing them with innovative, empathetic, and biologically-founded dentistry in a caring environment.
Extraction Bone grafts and ImplantsDental implants are replacement tooth roots that provide a foundation for your replacement teeth. Your dental implants will be placed directly into your jawbone, and the posts will gradually bond with the bone tissu...read more
WHAT IS PERIODONTAL THERAPY? In short, periodontal therapy refers to treatment used to prevent or treat gum disease. Gum disease, also called periodontitis, affects the gum tissue and bone surrounding teeth. If left untreated, the disease can cause ...read more
Clear aligner orthodontics is a system of aligner trays that gradually move teeth into their ideal positions by applying pressure to them. This treatment plan typically takes about a year, but the treatment time also depends on the severity of the ca...read more
Endodontics is a dental specialty that deals with the nerves and tissues of the teeth and the dental pulp, which is located in the tooth and made up of nerves and blood vessels. Endodontists examine, diagnose, and treat dental pulp issues. WHAT HA...read more
HOW ARE BIOLOGICAL DENTAL PRACTICES DIFFERENT FROM CONVENTIONAL DENTAL PRACTICES? Biological dental practices focus on the patient’s overall health, not just their oral health. Many conventional dental practitioners believe that taking an object as ...read more
General dentistry covers all the aspects of oral care that can help you maintain long-term oral health. The dentist will clean and polish your teeth, take X-rays, fill cavities, do a full exam, take necessary action, and perform any necessary procedu...read more
A full mouth restoration is a series of dental procedures that are designed to restore your smile. It includes treatments and procedures that address multiple dental problems. A full mouth restoration can include a combination of treatments and proc...read more
If you have teeth that are chipped, cracked, stained, gapped, misaligned, or irregularly shaped, cosmetic dentistry may be a good option for you. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of your smile. The wide range of treatments used...read more
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"I am grateful for a dentist who allows me to take part in decisions about my dental health and doesn't try to force care on me. Dr. Noelck explained my options and gave me time to make my own choice for treating a problem tooth. Everyone in the office is friendly and helpful and patient. Special thanks to Pam for her assistance in explaining our insurance benefits and recommended treatment plans. My hygienist Kristen gave me the best cleaning I've had in years--thorough but gentle and with plenty of helpful suggestions for improving my home care."
"Super clean and friendly. Amazing with kids!"