Orthodontist now available in Tri-Community

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Dr. Anthony Delio and his staff have partnered up with Dr. Thomas Hendrickson in Oracle. John Hernandez | Miner

San Manuel Miner

Delio Orthodontics will be offering orthodontic services (braces) in Oracle one day a week at the office of Dr. Thomas Hendrickson. Dr. Hendrickson’s office is located at 1700 West American Ave. Initially they will be in Oracle the first Thursday of every month beginning April 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. Anthony Delio has been in private practice for 20 years. He is a native of Colorado and attended dental school in Denver and studied orthodontics in Oregon. His father was a dentist.

Dr. Delio and his family moved to Arizona one year ago. They opened an office in Oro Valley in August. They are located at 3601 W. Cortaro Farms Rd., suite 101. Tracy Delio is Anthony’s wife and the office manager. They have three children Gianni, Rosa and Angelo. In her spare time Tracy enjoys exercising, teaching boot camp classes, hiking and being a mom. Dr. Delio likes yard work, mountain bicycling, hiking and fishing.

Dr. Delio decided to offer his orthodontic practice in Oracle because he is, “looking to build his business from scratch and sees it as an untapped area with wonderful opportunity.”

“It is advantageous for people in the area and saves a 45 minute to an hour drive and gas,” he said. “There is a need in the community and it makes it more accessible.”

Delio Orthodontics provides excellent orthodontic care in a friendly and personal atmosphere. Their goal is to treat everyone as they would their own family. Dr. Delio is a “hands on” practitioner who likes to get to know his patients and their families. He likes to make orthodontics a personal, no rush, fun experience. Delio Orthodontics provides children, teens, and adults with high quality orthodontic services.

Delio Orthodontics believes in supporting academics and giving back to their community. For each patient that starts orthodontic treatment with Dr. Delio, the school they attend will receive a donation. It is their way of thanking the teachers and staff for everything they do for the children and community. It is part of the Delio Smart Smiles Program.

New patients may make a complimentary examination appointment which will be at the Oro Valley office so x-rays can be taken. Once records and x-rays are taken care of, the patient can then take care of their regular check ups and adjustments at the Oracle office. The office manager and staff will help with financial and insurance information. They accept Visa, Mastercard and Discovery credit cards. They offer in-house financing with no interest and flexible payment plans. Their financial coordinator will gladly review your dental insurance plan and benefits to help determine what appropriate action to take. Once treatment has started they will file the insurance claims for you.

To make a complimentary appointment or find out more information call Delio Orthodontics at 520-572-4244 or visit their website delioorthodontics.com.

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John Hernandez (482 Posts)

John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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