Dr. Hanks

Dr. Tyler Hanks is a father and husband first. He has 3 boys with one more baby on the way this fall! He graduated from the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health where he earned both a doctorate degree in medical dentistry and a master’s degree in public health. He then went on to complete specialty training in pediatric dentistry at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. 

At ASDOH, he was awarded the Sally Rosenthal Tor Scholarship for his passion for public health and pediatric dentistry. He was also awarded the Tony Hashemian ASDOH Entrepreneur Award for his work to create technology that improves oral health. Dr. Hanks fell in love with treating children while working as a pediatric dental assistant during his undergrad years at Southern Utah University.

Dr. Hanks has found opportunities to lead and serve in the community, no matter where he’s lived. He has served as the head dentist for TeamSmile events in Kansas City, the co-chair for Give Kids A Smile events in Arizona, a was a team leader for multiple mission trips to Mexico. He is fluent in Spanish and a certified bilingual health provider through ALTA. He spent two years in Nicaragua as a full-time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

Outside of pediatric dentistry, Dr. Hanks’ interests include playing basketball, skiing, xbox, cheering on his favorite sports teams, spending time with his wife Lexie, and chasing his three sons around!

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Dr. Hanks

Dr. Hanks wears different shoes to work almost everyday and was once in a Kellogs Frosted Flakes commercial!
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Southern Utah University - Undergraduate Degree
Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health - Doctorate in Dentistry
Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health - Master’s in Public Health
Children’s Mercy Hospital - Pediatric Dentistry Specialty Training

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