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Quarry Hill Family Dental

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Our Story

Originally built in the 1920s, our building served as a gas and service station for many years. It was called “Fay’s Skelly Service” and provided gas and auto service to the neighborhood. Many of the unique building features can still be noticed today. In 1978 Dr. Jarrett’s father, Dr. Gary Noser, bought the building and started Quarry Hill Park Animal Hospital. In the Fall of 2016, they outgrew the location and moved into their new building on Clare Lane NE by Century High School. Dr. Jarrett bought the building and remodeled it during the winter of 2017 into what you see today.

Office Design

When designing Quarry Hill Family Dental, Dr. Jarrett kept patient privacy and comfort as her main focus. From color choices and room décor to office layout and overhead TVs, each decision was made with a patient’s perspective in mind. 

You may notice each treatment room was built larger than many normal dental offices and also spaced apart from one another. Our treatment rooms are not all lined up down one long hallway. Instead, each room entrance is separated from one another. These features allow you to feel more comfortable and relaxed which makes it easier to ask questions and discuss treatment with our team. Our goal is to make your dental care as comfortable as we can.

  • Welcome to our Practice
  • Our Building as Fay’s Skelly Service Station
  • Our Building as Quarry Hill Park Animal Hospital 1979
  • Reception Desk
  • Reception Area
  • Consult Room
  • Hallway to Private Treatment Rooms
  • Treatment Room
  • Hallway to Private Treatment Rooms
  • Kids with TV
  • Children’s Treatment Room
  • Overhead TV
  • Treatment Room
  • Treatment Room