Meet The Staff

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At Dr. R. Lindsey Dalley, D.D.S., every member of our staff is friendly, professional, and experienced. We are committed to providing each of our Las Vegas patients with personalized care and exceptional service. We strive to maximize the one-on-one time with each patient and to completely answer any questions they have about their treatment. Our goal is to ensure a comfortable and relaxing experience for every patient.

Our Las Vegas dental professionals are dedicated to providing quality, advanced care to our family of patients. We endeavor to provide comprehensive dental examinations, a complete selection of cosmetic services, and the best possible restorative oral health care in Las Vegas. Make an appointment today or come in to meet our friendly Las Vegas staff.

  • Lacey
    Treatment Coordinator
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  • Jane
    Hygienist
    Our office is proud to have three excellent, as well as gentle, hygienists. Jane, the head of our hygiene department, has been with Dr. Dalley for over 16 years. All of our hygienists graduated from the Community College of Southern Nevada.
  • Teresa
    Hygienist
    Our office is proud to have three excellent, as well as gentle, hygienists. Teresa joined our team more than five years ago. She is a graduate of the Community College of Southern Nevada.
  • Lori
    Hygienist
    Our office is proud to have three excellent, as well as gentle, hygienists. Lori joined our team in the last five years. All of our hygienists graduated from the Community College of Southern Nevada.

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Office Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

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    Exceptional dentist and the ladies in the reception office and billing are awesome.

    Kylie B. / Las Vegas, NV

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