The Practice

All of us at Desert Valley Dental are dedicated to providing you and your family with the best quality dental care. We offer the latest in dental technology and up-to-date dental procedures. Choosing a dental health care provider is one of the most important decisions you can make. You want professionals who are caring, knowledgeable, and accessible. We will take the time to explain your treatment options. Our doctors and staff will provide the newest, safest, proven procedures and the latest in dental technology. We believe our practice will provide all of your dental needs.​

Eric Homze | DDS

Dr. Homze is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Medical College, School of Dentistry. He also received advanced training in oral surgery at the University of Southern California. Eric is an active member of the Nevada Dental Association and the American Dental Association. Eric truly loves being a dentist and enjoys working with patients to come up with the best treatment for each person. Eric is a fitness enthusiast and is an avid fan of Nebraska Football.

Brad Munninger | DDS

Dr. Munninger is a graduate of the University of Nevada-Reno and the University of Colorado School of Dentistry. He also received advanced training in periodontal medicine and surgery at the University of Louisville. Brad is an active member of the Nevada Dental Association and the American Dental Association. Brad is also one of the few dentists in Nevada certified in ClearCorrect™. Dr. Munninger would like to establish a life long relationship with his patients, centered around trust, compassion, and great dental care. Away from the office, Brad enjoys spending time with his family, fitness activities, and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.

Michael Stallings | DDS

Dr. Stallings is focused on comprehensive dentistry and will work with you to achieve your ideal smile and optimum dental health. He is passionate about evidence-based clinical practices and has won numerous awards in dental research. His research has been published in General Dentistry. When he is not at the office, he can be found enjoying the great outdoors with his family.


Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine.


Nutrition. Brigham Young University. Provo, Utah. Research focused on skeletal muscle physiology, AMPK signalling, and insulin resistance.


To me, dentistry is so much more than teeth. It is an opportunity to create relationships and build friendships with people of all ages whom I would never have the chance to meet otherwise. I love being part of the journey with a person who won’t smile at our initial appointment because of embarrassment about his or her teeth and then seeing the patient give me a wonderful smile the day finish treatment. I love hearing adult patients tell me they can chew with teeth that they have never been able to chew with before. It’s the most gratifying part of my work, and what I look forward to doing every day.

Moving teeth into the right position and restoring them to health is something I do, but if teeth weren’t connected to people I wouldn’t wake up every morning excited about what I do. It’s the people that surround the teeth that makes dentistry interesting. I love meeting people and hearing their stories and then becoming part of their story.

Personal favorites

Dr. Stallings’ favorite dance move is avoiding the dance floor and eating snacks. His favorite songs to play on guitar are The Gigue from BWV 997 and “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor. He has never seen “It’s a Wonderful Life”, which is one of his favorite things to tell people during the holiday season.

Professional associations

American Dental Association
Academy of General Dentistry

Volunteer experience

Give Kids a Smile
Special Olympics


Certificate of Merit for Excellence in Dental Research from Quintessence Publishing


Record-setting powerlifter.
Ran the path from Masada to the Masada National Park Tourist Center in 11 minutes.
First chair and principal guitarist during his collegiate music career.
Doesn’t gamble, but does take his small children camping (probably worse odds).

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