When you visit our Chandler dental office, we make you and your oral health our top priority. Our Dr Anantuni and team strive to provide all patients with the personalized, gentle dental care they deserve. As part of our commitment to serving our patients, we make sure to provide information that helps them to make more educated decisions about their oral health needs. We seek to improve your quality of life by helping you achieve the healthy, beautiful smile of your dreams!
The team at Anantuni Family Dental is comprised of some of the most skilled, well qualified, and experienced professionals in the field of dentistry. Brooke and Mary, our Dental Hygienists are some of the best, most gifted in their field, and make sure all patients maintain excellent oral health for a wonderful, dazzling smiles.
Dr Anantuni is one of the most respected names in Chandler Arizona’s dental community. Having graduated from a renowned institute in Hyderabad, India with Bachelors in Dental Surgery degree, Dr. Sandhya Anantuni moved to Arizona and enrolled for a DMD Degree at the Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine and graduated with flying colors in 1997. She has been practicing her profession in Chandler Arizona ever since.See All Staff
I began my career in dentistry right out of high school in 1998 as a Dental Assistant. I became a Registered Dental Hygienist after attending El Paso Community College and received my Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Columbia University. I also hold a certification in anesthesia and laser. After moving here from El Paso Texas for work, I knew this would be my forever home.Meet Our Team
Originally, I am from Michigan, which is where my career as a Registered Dental Hygienist began in 2011. Since graduating from Kalamazoo Valley Community College I have gained experience not only as a Dental Hygienist, but as a receptionist, insurance specialist and dental staffing coordinator. In 2014, my husband and I decided we wanted to trade cold Michigan winters for Arizona sunshine and mountains!Meet Our Team
I began my dental career in 1975, received my Assisting Certification at Maricopa Tech Community College and attended Phoenix College for general studies. When I was eight years old my fathers’ work transferred the family to Arizona from Texas. When I'm not assisting the doctor, I enjoy an active lifestyle with running, hiking, reaping and going to the gym along with taking cruises and traveling to Rocky Point.Meet Our Team
Born in Page, Mell is an Arizona native and a rock star in our hygiene department. She began working with the Centre for Progressive Dentistry in 2004 after graduating from White Mountain School for Dental Assisting in 2000. As many of our patients can attest, she is an x-ray wizard and has been certified by the Dental Assisting National Board. Family is important to Mell, whether it’s her work family (including patients – you mean a lot to her!) or her husband and three beautiful sonsMeet Our Team
It has long been true that patients dread dealing with the goo associated with taking impressions at their dental visits. Anantuni Family Dental has now eliminated the need to use the goo for taking dental impressions with the new iTero Digital Scanner. With this new technology we are able to quickly and easily take a 3-D scan of the patients teeth and bite. We can now not only offer our patients more comfort, but we can increase the precision when taking impressions all while eliminating any risk of gagging or swallowing the excess impression gel.Learn More
When you become a patient and meet our professional staff you can expect exceptional treatment. We believe in one patient at a time treatment and building a relationship with our patients that goes much deeper than just providing services in exchange for money. You will gain something of value from our office whether it is comfort, function, health or beauty. Count on us to be here ready to serve you at each appointment.
Excessive snoring may be a signal that something is seriously wrong with one’s breathing during sleep. Snoring is indicative of an airway that is not properly open; indeed, the sounds of snoring come from the body’s extra effort to force air through such a narrowed passageway. Snoring can be one of the important signals of a potentially dangerous sleep disorder called sleep apnea.Learn More