Las Vegas Dentist, Dr. James B. Polley
Dr. James Polley is passionate about his work in dentistry. He brings passion, enthusiasm, and creativity with him to work every day to provide his patients with beautiful, healthy and lasting smiles. Dr. Polley’s passion, experience and specialized skills obtained from years of advanced dental training give him the tools he needs to improve the lives of his patients through better dental care.
Dr. Polley attended undergraduate school at Brigham Young University. He graduated cum laude from Creighton University School of Dentistry. Since 1991, he has consistently studied at the world-renowned Kois Center for Advanced Dental Learning – an advanced graduate instructional and clinical program for practicing dentists who are committed to excellence. The Center features a comprehensive and in-depth curriculum with the most recent advancements in dental implants, esthetic and restorative dentistry. The Center’s core focus is “Advancing Dentistry through Science and Excellence.” As a graduate, respected mentor and clinic instructor of the Kois Center, Dr. Polley is able to share his passion, knowledge, and skill as an advanced dentist with his colleagues.
A native of Las Vegas, Dr. Polley opened his practice in 1986 and has since been consistently voted as a Top Dentist in Las Vegas by peers and as one of Las Vegas’s favorite dentists by his patients. He belongs to the American Dental Association, Southern Nevada Dental Association, and Nevada Dental Association, a Fellow Member of the International Academy of Oral Implantologists and is an active member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentists.
Dr. Polley is happily married to his wife Susan. They have six children and seven grandchildren together. When he’s not helping patients achieve a healthy and beautiful smile or attending continuing education courses, Dr. Polley likes to spend time with his family, snow ski, hike, go fly-fishing and ride his mountain bike.
He also spends his spare time volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America. He used to coach soccer for many years but now generously gives his time to his church.