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A filling is used to seal a tooth after a cavity has been removed. A variety of filling options are available to patients including silver amalgam and tooth colored fillings.


A crown (also called a cap) is used to cover the visible decay of a decayed, broken, or cracked tooth in order to restore it’s function and appearance. Many different materials can be used including porcelain or gold. Dr. Allen will discuss these options with you so you can make the best decision based on your needs.

Implant Restoration

Implants are the most natural way to replace a single tooth, and can also be used to add needed support to Removable Partials or Dentures so you can keep your confidence as you go about your day, eating, speaking, and smiling.


A Bridge is a permanent, yet discrete, fixture that replaces between one and two missing teeth, to restore your natural smile. Bridges are strong, allow you to eat as you normally would, and can be cleaned just like your other teeth.

Removable Partial Denture

A Removable Partial Denture is an economic alternative to installing a permanent Bridge. Partial dentures can replace one or more teeth, either in the upper or lower jaw, and do not require missing teeth to be adjacent to one another.


Dentures are natural looking removable appliance that replace all of your upper or lower teeth in the event they have been removed due to decay or untreated gum disease.

Night Guards

A night guard is a custom-fitted hard acrylic appliance that is typically used during sleep to prevent tooth damage caused by clenching or grinding.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr. Allen can help you brighten your smile with individualized smile makeovers for anything ranging from small fixes to major repairs.Some procedures include tooth reshaping, restoration of worn or shortened teeth, length alteration, and closing gaps.


Dr. Allen offers friendly and professional cleaning services including prophylaxis, full mouth debridement, periodontal scale and root plane, and periodontal maintenance. Her highly trained, hand-picked staff will make your smile sparkle whether just in time for your special event, or for your annual cleaning.


Digital X-Rays

The x-ray image is a critical tool dentists use to understand your oral health, but some may worry about the dangers of x-ray radiation. Dr. Allen’s office uses state-of-the-art digital x-ray technology to obtain high quality images while exposing you to less radiation than you would get from a sunny walk in the park.

Comprehensive Exams

Oral health has been found in numerous studies to be connected with overall health. Conditions including diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and issues in pregnancy can be identified during oral exams. Dr. Allen understands the importance of preventative oral care, and so whether you are on your first visit, getting a second opinion, or at your annual check up, you can always rest assured that Dr. Allen’s approach has your overall health as a priority.


There are many ways to whiten your teeth that vary in cost and effectiveness. Dr. Allen has found the most effective option is to use custom trays that you fill with a whitening gel once a day for approximately two weeks. Using this method, Dr. Allen has achieved great results that are sure to satisfy.

Limited Orthodontics (six Month Smiles)

Six Month Smiles is a cost effective alternative to adult braces that corrects minor crowding or spacing issues. Six Month Smiles may not be for everyone, click on the contact us button to schedule your free consultation today!

Oral Surgery

At times it is necessary to extract a problem tooth, which can bring about anxiety for some people. Dr. Allen actively seeks out the latest technology, techniques, and best practices so your tooth extraction can be as comfortable and pain free as possible.

Sedation Dentistry

Sedation techniques allow patients to relax during procedures. Dr. Allen uses nitrous oxide or oral sedation methods to help minimize pain and ensure a comfortable visit.

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