Sabino Hills Family Dentistry
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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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Choosing the Right Children's Dentist in Tucson, AZ - A Checklist

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As a parent, one of the most important decisions you will make for your child is choosing the right dentist. This can be intimidating, especially if you have your own reservations about dentistry.

One of the primary goals of early dental care is to help your little one gradually get accustomed to the idea of visiting the dentist. For this reason, it is essential that these first experiences are positive, and that involves finding a provider who is responsive to your child’s needs.

How to Choose the Right Children's Dentist

Choosing the right children's dentist in Tucson requires a little work, so here are a few questions you need to ask when ...

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3 Tips Based on the Latest Research in Childhood Cavities

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The connection between cavities and sugar in your child’s diet is well known. Bacteria thrive on sugar and create acid as a byproduct. It is the acid that results from this process that causes cavities.

Most tooth decay is blamed on the strain of bacteria called Streptococcus mutans. However, a recent study published in Science Daily states that a type of yeast called Candida albicans may also contribute to childhood caries. While the authors of the study are hopeful about a new therapeutic approach to address the action of Candida albicans, it may be a while before it is available to our patients.

But the team at our children’s dentistry ...

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3 Ways to Encourage Your Kids to Up Their Hygiene Game

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We can’t stress enough the importance of starting your child off right away with healthy oral hygiene habits. Working with parents and practicing children’s dentistry at our Tucson, AZ office has taught us that kids CAN be motivated to get interested in taking care of their teeth.

How to Create a Healthy Oral Hygiene Routine

Our goal is to help them get so accustomed to the idea that brushing becomes second nature. Here are some fun ways you can encourage your child to learn about and stick to a healthy oral hygiene routine.

  1. Get started early – Do you know how to help your child learn good oral health habits? Practice, practice, practice! We ...

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How Much Sugar Is in Your Child's Favorite Drink?

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You want your child to enjoy good oral health, so you conscientiously watch what they eat and drink.

We applaud your efforts! If there’s one thing we’ve learned through practicing children’s dentistry at our Tucson dental office, it is that kids need to be monitored to ensure that they are making healthy choices.

Sugar Content in Beverages

You probably know that sugary drinks like colas and other sodas are bad for your child’s teeth. But would you be surprised to know that drinks you might consider to be healthy, like fruit smoothies and energy drinks, actually contain more sugar than sodas?

Of course, in a perfect world, your child wouldn’t consume any sugar ...

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