Dr. Richard Escobar sees dentistry as more than a science. He sees it as an art form: “My experience and an inherent interest in art- in drawing and painting- have helped me develop an artistic appreciation for what I do.” It also has helped him maintain a successful practice based on serving others for more than 40 years.
Dr. Escobar graduated from Marquette University-School of Dentistry in 1970. In 2012, he was presented with The Outstanding Dental Service Award from Marquette. Says Richard, “I’ve tried to live my life in a manner according to and consistent with Marquette’s mission of excellence, faith, leadership and services because it embodies the values my family and I embrace.” Just as influential as Marquette in shaping Dr. Escobar’s worldview, though, was his father, Ventura. “He taught me the value of hard work, consistency and persistence,” he says. “He inculcated the values of faith, obligation to family, and responsibility to share one’s gifts and abilities.”
Dr. Escobar is a leading restorative dentist in Tucson, Arizona. Specializing in crown & bridge and also denture & partials.
It's always bugged me when other dentists' I've visited didn't take the time to really examine my teeth. I didn't encounter that here at all, they made an extra effort to inspect my teeth very thoroughly. It was very easy to get an appointment. . Not only did the crowns and fillings I got last for a long time, they lasted way longer than they were supposed to. It was great not having to go in and get them redone all the time. I could tell that they did a fantastic job putting them in. I'm very confident that my health is their top priority, and I know they would never recommend any sort of dental procedure that I didn't need. I trust them completely.
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