CTHP’s dental department works with our patients to help them achieve and maintain optimal oral health as part of their overall health and wellness. Our patients receive quality oral health care in a gentle, caring atmosphere by a team of highly qualified professionals.
Exams with radiographs for treatment planning
Oral cancer screening at time or exam(initial and recall)
Preventive services (prophylaxis/scaling and root planning/periodontal screenings/sealants, oral health instruction)
Restorative treatment (fillings)
Prosthetics (dentures/partials/crown and bridge)
Limited oral surgery
Wisdom Smiles focuses on the unique oral health care needs of seniors and Elders.
To schedule an appointment, call 707-485-5115.
Cancellations / Rescheduling
Please call at least 24 hours in advance where possible. This allows us to accommodate other patients. Our appointments are booked several weeks and sometimes months ahead, so scheduling and keeping your appointments is critcal in helping you to keep your visits and oral health care treatment on track.
Monday to Friday
8 to 12 and 1 to 5
Mary Ann Gonzalez, D.D.S., Dental Director
Mary Ann Gonzalez received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of California at Los Angeles and went on to the University of Southern California for a one year post-graduate program in general practice with an emphasis on patients with special needs.
Mary Ann Gonzalez is the longest serving employee at Consolidated Tribal Health Project, having started at CTHP as a staff dentist in 1987 doing treatment planning such as crown and bridge, root canals and some minor orthodontic services. Mary Ann initiated outreach to local Tribes to do dental screenings, provide oral health education and encourage parents and adults to schedule appointments for routine dental visits. Mary Ann’s leadership and passion for community service have been instrumental in the development and implementation of many special programs and projects over the years that have promoted good oral health care practices as a preventive measure, provided access to care for Native American patients of all ages, treated patients with chronic health conditions and addressed the chronic problem of early childhood caries in young Native patients. She represents the California area as a member of FAC that helps drive change in dental treatment in the Indian Health Services system.
Will Mannion, D.D.S. Dentist
Dr. Mannion has a long history of serving as a dental provider in the community setting. Since 1993, he has served in community health clinics both as part of the United States Public Health Service Corps and as a civilian. Additionally, Dr. Mannion serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army Reserve as a combat health support officer and dentist for the 307th Medical Company. He received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from UC San Francisco and his undergraduate degree from the University of California – Davis.
Priscilla Costa, DDS
Dr. Costa graduated from the International Dental Program at the Loma Linda University of Dentistry, attended the University of the Grande Rio and San Leopold Mandic in Brazil, and practiced dentistry and orthodontics for thirteen (13) years.
Not Pictured: Patrick Henrie, D.D.S., Dentist
Registered Dental Hygienists
Karen Chase, RDH
Ophelia Mendoza, RDH
Theresa Frazier, RDH
Registered Dental Assistants
Chenoa Bartow, RDA
Carlos Hernandez, RDA
Shelly McDonald, RDA
Arlene Yazzie, RDA
Miranda Ross, DA
If you have a dental emergency, go to your nearest emergency room. Contact dental reception to schedule a follow up with your dental provider as soon as possible.