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Dr. Allen

Dr. Allen - Dentist in the South Loop Chicago

Dr. Ken Allen is proud to be serving the South Loop community with family-oriented, high-quality dental care. With a health-centered, patient-driven philosophy to general and cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Allen helps patients of all ages achieve beautiful and healthy smiles.

4 Years in the US Army. Served in Afghanistan - Veteran.

American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

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South Loop Chicago Dentist

1440 S Wabash, Chicago, IL 60605

Call: (312) 340-5761

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Office Hours

Monday 7am - 8pm
Tuesday 7am - 8pm
Wednesday 7am - 8pm
Thursday 7am - 8pm
Friday 8am - 4pm
Saturdays 8am - 4pm

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South Loop's Neighborhood Dentist

Our goal here at Sloop dental is to be your neighborhood dentist.

My staff and I live in the South Loop and are always available if you should ever have a dental emergency or simply have a question about your dental care. Please feel free to contact us anytime by phone or email, but we love to have visitors so please just stop in as you pass by our office.

We strive to offer honest recommendations and provide exceptional service for the whole family. If you ever feel as if we are not meeting either of those standards let us know immediately.

Our “Health First” approach is focused on providing care that will help improve your overall heath and in doing so we are creating dental work that will last. We are here to offer you recommendations that will provide you with strong, long lasting teeth. If you have any interest in any smile improvements please let us know, as we do offer teeth whitening, veneers, implants and Invisalign, but it is always with a “Health First” approach.

Give us a call and schedule your appointment today!
(312) 340-5761

Dr. Ken Allen

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Children's Dental Health Month

Tuesday, February 03, 2015

The month of February is Children’s Dental Health Month. Every February, we, in the dental profession like to stress the importance of taking the initiative in your child’s oral hygiene.

Before your child even shows their first tooth, you should be considering their dental hygiene. Wiping the gums with a warm wash cloth after they’re done eating is a good habit to start. Also, make sure that you are not sending your baby to bed with a bottle full or milk or juice. This can cause “bottle rot” and wreak havoc on your child’s teeth.

Your child should start regular dental checkups and cleaning around age 3. This is a great way for your child to get in a routine about coming to the dentist. It’s easier to start habits and routines earlier in life. Also, encourage children to follow a wakeup and bedtime brushing routine.

As with most children, accidents are bound to happen. If they happen to bump their mouths or teeth, we encourage you to call the office to make an appointment. The dentist can evaluate your child to make sure no serious damage has been done or that any problems with their incoming teeth have been affected. If a tooth falls out, remove any debris immediately and place the tooth back in. If unable to do so, place the tooth in salt water or milk. Do not put the tooth in water.

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