A Clean & Safe Practice

We go above and beyond the ADA and OSHA recommended standards to make our Tucson dental office a clean and safe place for your family. Before your visit, we disinfect all of our equipment in a designated area with state-of-the-art sterilization technology. We also thoroughly sanitize each room between patients. We worry about the cleanliness of our office so you’ll never have to.

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Dr. Michael Allen

Meet Dr. Michael Allen


Dr. Michael Allen and our dedicated professional team work hard to create a practice that is current with all the latest dental technology and updated procedures. But our basic mission has always remained the same – to provide all members of your family with personalized quality care that exceeds your expectations.For the past five years, Dr. Allen has worked at Mariposa Community Health Center in Nogales and Rio Rico providing dental care for underserved families in Southern Arizona. He truly loves what he does and brings that positive attitude to work on a daily basis.

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Do you accept emergency patients?

Emergency Dentistry Tucson AZYes, we always allow extra time in our schedule to tend to our patients in need of emergency care. Depending on the type of emergency you or your child are experiencing, we’ll make every effort to see you the same day.

Dental emergencies can be as simple as a loose filling or as complicated as a tooth knocked out during a baseball game. Whatever the case, we urge you to contact our Tucson dental office as soon as possible. There are a number of situations where prompt treatment can make the difference between saving and losing a tooth. It’s especially crucial that we see your kids quickly because we want to keep their beautiful teeth intact as long as possible.

Since dental emergencies often happen after hours, we want you to know we’re always available to take your call. Simply call our regular office number, and you’ll be instructed to leave a message. A member of our professional team will call you back as quickly as possible to talk about your emergency and the steps you can take until you get to our office.

We're equipped to handle most dental emergencies; however, if the injury involves facial trauma or damage to the head or jaw, please go to the nearest emergency room or call 911 immediately.

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