Team

Meet Dr. Tuttle

dr-tuttleDr. Gregory K. Tuttle has been practicing since 1990, after graduating from the University of Nebraska. He is highly motivated and is dedicated to exceptional dentistry.

As a father to five children, Dr. Tuttle enjoys spending time with his family. He is a new grandfather and finds joy in every stage of life.

 

Dr. Tuttle and Family

Family-Photo-by-RiverDr. Tuttle is an avid coach, helping develop the talents of young boys and high school athletes. He is a volleyball player, river guide, and recreational fisherman. When he is not working, he is busy doing something active!

 

 

 


 

TuttleNumbNow

In addition to his dental practices, Dr. Tuttle has founded TuttleNumbNow, an anesthetic technique introduced in 2003.

For more than 12 years, Dr. Tuttle has practiced this luxury in dentistry where you can truly, “Set down the syringe and pick up the drill” Find out more>>


Community Outreach

Picture1Dr. Tuttle is committed to improving the community and enjoys humanitarian work. He recently returned from Columbia and Peru where he helped orphans and those in remote villages.

 

 


A Note from Dr. Tuttle

tuttlefig11For 20 years I have kept this gold panner on my office desk.

I grew up in Placerville, in the heart of gold rush history. I keep this figure on my desk to remind me to work hard. Success does not come easy, just as the early gold miners discovered.

When I see this figure, I am committed to do what it takes and work hard and it reminds me to be grateful for everything that I have because I could lose it all.

 

 

 


Dr. Tuttle’s Phrases

Dr. Tuttle is known for some of his signature phrases. Here are a few of our favorite:

“It’s not a matter of being tough, it’s a matter of being numb.”

“Excellence is not an act, but a habit.”

“Dental health is a choice, a quality of life.”

“Your teeth didn’t get this way overnight so we don’t need to fix them all today…although we can!”

“My goal isn’t to do a bunch of dentistry on you..it’s to find out what you want and do that for you.”

“I’d rather have a wooden leg than a full lower denture.”