Set to have its grand opening on Nov. 16, Dr. Kirk Mosley, D.D.S., recently opened Gladden Farms Dental Specialists with the hopes of filling a need in the community for a close-by, quality care dental clinic.

Mosley has been in the dental industry since graduating college 1981. He started by working at the El Rio Community Health Center in Marana and eventually obtained a small trailer where he set up his own single-chair dental practice. His hard work paid off as Mosley soon bought three acres of land and built a dental office there in 1999. Five years later he sold the office, worked in Eloy for a short time and eventually decided to move back to Marana where he recently opened Gladden Farms Dental Specialists.

“What I wanted was an office that had specialized dentists and could provide all dental services,” said Mosley. “That’s what we have.”

The four different dental specialists are: Paul Hobeich who is an endodontic specialist, orthodontist Grant D. Walton, oral and maxillofacial surgeon Timothy M. Gomez, and a children’s dental specialist. Starting up, the four will come to the office once a week - as the number of patients increases, Mosley hopes to have the doctors visit more frequently.

“All of their dental work can be done at one location,” said Mosley. “I am a caring dentist and everyone here treats all of our patients like they are special to us.”

With only a few dentistry offices in Marana, Mosley believes that his office will be able to fill that niche within the community. He is also helping families by extending his dental office hours by keeping his office open for six hours on Saturday.

“It has always been my dream to get specialists who are highly accredited,” said Mosley. “I wanted specialists who I would want to go to if I needed care. With that and our caring dental staff this is the place to come.”

The grand opening for Gladden Farms Dental Specialists will take place on Nov. 16, 2-5 p.m., at the office. People can come and meet the staff as well as enjoy food and prizes.

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