In 1983, Pastora Duncan graduated from the National University of Honduras with a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree. She came to America and in 1987 passed the Foreign Graduates Exams in Arizona. She was immediately asked to be part of the examining board.
In 1988, Dr. Duncan went to the University of Southern California (USC) and passed the National Boards. In 1989, she went to UOP (University of Pacific) in San Francisco California and passed the Western Regional Boards. She received her dental license #4078 in Arizona, and has been practicing dentistry for more than 26 years. She has had hundreds of hours of continuing education courses to keep up with the latest developments in the field of dentistry. Dr. Duncan is a member of the ADA (American Dental Association), CADS (Central Arizona Dental Society) and AZDA (Arizona Dental Association).
Dr. Duncan has owned and operated a dental office at 5041 W Northern in Glendale Arizona for more than 15 years.
As a Christian dentist, Dr. Duncan believes in giving back to people through her many years of volunteering her services to groups like CASS (Central Arizona Shelter Services Dental Program), MURPHY ( Parsons Center for Pediatric Dentistry at Murphy), and every year at AZMOM (Mission of Mercy) at the Veteran’s Coliseum.
Dr. Duncan has been going twice a year for 15 years to donate her services in Rocky Point with New Birth Mexico Missions. For 8 years, she has visited Emiris, Mexico twice a year to provide services for Hands and Hearts For The Lord.
As a Christian Dentist, she has dedicated her dental office to the Lord Jesus Christ. Dr. Duncan is actively involved in the non-denominational Calvary Community Church for over 18 years.
In her free time, she loves spending family time with her only son Cody, her boyfriend Pastor Huck, her sister, brother and their kids. She also loves going to church, the gym, running, hiking, going to the movies, enjoying the outdoors and dining out with family and friends.
“As my patients, come to my office, they will experience the attention of a small dental office, we are not a corporation. My goal is to treat every patient with the utmost respect and integrity. To give every patient the personal care that they deserve. They will be treated with kindness and gentleness as we understand that a dental visit can be stressful. “We Cater to Cowards.”