Avis M. Sadre, DDS (formerly Avis M. Davis, DDS)
Dr Avis M Sadre was born in Winfield, Kansas, a farming community of less than 13,000 people. Her dreams of being the first in her family to go to college, took her to Manhattan, Kansas, home of the Kansas State Wildcats. She completed her undergraduate studies in Biology/Pre-Dentistry in 1999. Dr Sadre then attended Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska. She graduated Cum Laude from Creighton in 2003 earning her Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree. During her time at Creighton, Dr Sadre was selected for a scholarship with the United States Air Force. After graduating from Creighton, Dr Sadre completed the Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency with the Air Force, earning Chief Resident status. Her travels then brought her to Phoenix, Arizona where she completed the rest of her active duty at Luke Air Force base. Dr Sadre has been in private practice since 2006 since separating from the military. Dr Sadre is the proud mother of 3 children, Alec, Aryanna, and Reza and is wife to Jimmy Sadre. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, likes to run, and try new recipes. Dr Sadre has a passion for dentistry and a true love for her occupation.
Hanann Tomeh, DDS
Dr. Hanann Tomeh was born in Pontiac, MI, and grew up in Glendale and then Paradise Valley, AZ. She graduated from Chaparral High School in the top 2 % of her class in 1996, then Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Chemistry from ASU in 1999. As a high school student, she carried out Neuro-Oncology research at St. Joseph’s Hospital. Her Honors research and thesis at ASU were regarding the synthesis of a potential chemotherapy agent. She pursued her dental education at the University of Southern California and graduated in May 2004. During her dental training, she had the opportunity to take part in the IV sedation and Sports Dentistry selectives. Upon her graduation at the top of her class, she was awarded multiple honors, but the one she feels most proud of is the Robert E. Cruse Memorial Award for which she was nominated by her fellow dental classmates. She briefly worked as a Clinical Instructor at USC, then moved back to Arizona, started her family, and entered private practice. She is now a mother of four children: Rana, Noah, and twins: Nora and Adam. In her spare time, Dr. Tomeh enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being outdoors, and cooking. She is also involved in community enrichment; through her children’s school, study groups, and teenage mentoring. She is a dedicated, compassionate, and friendly dentist who puts her patients’ needs as her priority. Dr. Tomeh is excited to be back with Gentle Hands creating more smiles everyday through esthetic and routine dental treatment. She looks forward to meeting and helping our patients.