Dr. Brock Boudreaux


My name is Brock Boudreaux, (pronounced “Boo-drow”) I am originally from Utah and am slowly getting used to all of this Arizona heat. I attended Utah Valley University for my undergraduate degree. After which I traveled across the country to Kentucky where I received my Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry. Though I am a Louisville Cardinal for life, I am finding it very easy to become a Wildcat fan!

My wife and I have two beautiful daughters who keep us busy. We love the outdoors and teaching our kids that same love, whether it be biking, hiking, swimming, or other sports, you will most likely find us outside. We love spending time as a family and making life an adventure! 

I have been practicing in Tucson for the past 6 months and am happy to have found Dr. Colliers practice to settle into and call my home. Since the office was known by Dr. Collier’s name you will notice that we will be rebranded as Rincon Family Dentistry, complete with Wildcat colors! The location will stay the same.

I look forward to meeting you soon and starting a long-lasting relationship.



I have been a dental assistant and helping people smile for almost 17 years. I graduated from Carrington college here in
Tucson, Arizona and I have had the pleasure to learn both front and back office. When I’m not in the office taking care of patients I am at home with my children and
husband. I enjoy family time cooking and being outdoors.



I graduated from NWTC Greenbay Wisconsin. I have been practicing for a total of 29 years, 18 of which have been spent at this office.

Outside of the office, I like to hike and have a passion for travel.



Dee has 23 years experience as a dental hygienist. She is committed to providing the best dental care for her patients with a gentle touch. She worked with the periodontist for 12 years. Therefore being skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease. Dee has many interests and passions. Foremost, is spending time with her three children and granddaughter. In addition, she enjoys traveling, quilting, jeeping, and hiking.





I graduated from Pima community college in 1975 for dental assisting, but I only worked briefly during that time frame because i got married and had two children and did not go

Full-time until my children were much older. I have worked at an Endo only office for about four years and in general dentistry for about 15. I also teach CPR to many, many of the local dental offices in Tucson. I have not taught for a year because of Covid, but will hopefully be getting back to that in the future. I have three grandkids six dogs two cats and a desert tortoise That thinks she owns the place, and in addition, a pond full of fish. In the past I have had goats, horses, chickens, peacocks, geese and many other animals.  My goal in working with people is to make sure they feel comfortable and their dental experience is one they brag about is they are walking out the door.



I was born and raised in Tucson, AZ. My passion for dentistry began back in 2007. I really enjoyed seeing patients walk out of the office with a confident smile. Since then, I went to dental assisting school and graduated in 2010. After time had passed, I realized that I still enjoyed the front office. The communication and interaction that we have with the patients means a lot to me. I strive to make the patient’s front office a great experience. In my free time, I like to hang out with my family. Family is really important to me.