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J. Brad Tally, DDS

Growing up in the Chicago suburb of Geneva, Illinois, Dr. Tally spent his years of youth traveling with competitive hockey teams and working for his father’s lawn business. Early on he had aspirations of studying dentistry and owning his own business. After graduating from high school, he began a path of intentional study as he attended the University of Missouri - Columbia where he studied chemistry and received his BS in chemistry. Fulfilling a life-long dream, he was accepted to various dental schools, but chose UMKC School of Dentistry in the heart of the midwest. He graduated with honors and received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1991.

He established his practice in Johnson County beginning in 1996, and has pursued his passion of providing “complete and comprehensive dental care to patients on an individual, authentic basis.” Dr. Tally’s treatment philosophy involves educating patients about available options, and offering technology that is conservative and validated by time within the criteria of the American Dental Association. His dental practice goal is to create long-term relationships that offer optimal dental care for each patient. With a constant flow of “newly released” technology, a steady stream of new insurance options and large amounts of updated health standards, patients need a place to openly dialogue choices and treatment plans that have solid reasoning and experience behind them. Dr. Tally and his team strive to offer those conversations with every patient.

As a member of the American Dental Association, Kansas Dental Association and the Fifth District Dental Society, Dr. Tally fulfills continuing education credits dictated by the State License Board of Kansas.  Dr. Tally is also a member of the Seattle Study Club, a national group with local affiliates that promote a team approach. Area general dentists and specialists share educational information and work together to develop comprehensive treatment planning.  When he is not doing dentistry, he enjoys spending time with his wife of 29 years.  He has a 16-year-old son at Kansas City Christian and a daughter at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. His oldest daughter recently married, so he has welcomed a son-in-law to the family.  Other activities include coaching basketball, participating in church activities, enjoying outdoor hobbies and displaying a small passion for classic Volvos.


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