General Dentistry

In the heart of Allen, TX serving families across north Texas, with over 65 years of combined experience.

Schedule your FREE Consultation today!

  • (972) 727-3941

    Our practice offers comprehensive oral healthcare so that residents of our area can achieve and maintain good oral health. Keeping routine appointments for checkups and cleanings are essential to detecting oral disease and potential problems as early as possible. When problems do arise, restorations and tooth extractions can eliminate aggressive conditions that can threaten the vitality of the oral health system.

    Checkups and Cleanings

    An oral health checkup is more thorough than many people think. During checkups, our dentists will look for signs and symptoms of more than gum disease and dental caries. Our team will perform oral cancer screenings and evaluate the health of the jaws and glands in the neck.

    Like checkups, having routine cleanings are important. A dental cleaning is about more than just polishing teeth to an impeccable shine. Our dental hygienists use handheld instruments to remove substances like plaque and tartar that accumulate along the gums and in between teeth. Cleanings help prevent the development of gum disease since plaque and tartar irritate the gums and contribute to gum recession.


    When areas of decay are detected, restorations are needed to strengthen teeth. Restorations like fillings, onlays, and crowns will prevent a cavity from destroying the deepest portions of a tooth while also protecting its external structure. When teeth are permanently damaged, they cannot repair themselves, thus requiring the need for professional treatment.

    Tooth Extractions

    Extractions are sometimes a necessity – especially as a preventive measure when wisdom teeth begin to emerge. Wisdom teeth can contribute to a number of oral health problems including tooth misalignment, TMJ disorder, cavities, and gum disease. Teeth that become broken or diseased beyond repair also require removal as they can develop painful and aggressive infections called abscesses. When removing diseased teeth or wisdom teeth, we take all strides necessary to ensure that our guests are comfortable.

    Dental Emergencies

    If you have broken a tooth or have a toothache, it is important to seek treatment as soon as possible. We provide treatment for dental emergencies. If you have an emergency, please call our office as soon as you can so that we can make room for you in our schedule.

    To schedule an appointment, contact Allen Dental Center at your convenience.

    VIDEO: The importance of regular checkups

    Patient Reviews

    “I was extremely satisfied during my visit today! I had my regular teeth cleaning and although I’ve missed my earlier appointment, the staff was very accommodating and was able to rescheduled with a very pleasant voice over the phone. The hygienist wish I found her to be a very gentle, knowledgeable and pleasant young lady. I was a great experience!”

    bea-warrick   BEA WARRICK,
      Google review

    “My husband & I have been patients at Allen Dental Center for nearly 10 years. Drs. Jeff & Steve and the staff are sincerely interested in their patients and their care, and it shows! If a problem arises, they work to get you in ASAP and make sure you are better. I have recommended them to many people & wouldn’t go anywhere else.”

    cheryl-s-allen-dental-center-patient   CHERYL S., Allen TX
      Yelp review

    “We got to the office, were greeted by the nicest staff. The appointments went great. All the doctors were great and took care of everyone. Would definitely recommend them to anyone.”

    kirsten-h   KIRSTEN H., Plano TX
      Yelp review

    Common Questions

    Visiting a dentist on a frequent basis is one of the best decisions you can make for safeguarding your oral health. Scheduling routine checkups (and keeping your appointments) gives our team a chance to detect potential health threats as soon as possible. Early intervention normally means that our patients will avoid expensive and time-consuming treatment. Moreover, many oral health conditions like gum disease and tooth decay can begin without noticeable symptoms. Most of the time, potential problems or early disease is detected by an examination and diagnostics.

    Dental checkups are more thorough than they may seem. In addition to evaluating the health of the teeth and gums, we monitor the vitality of the entire oral cavity. A dental checkup includes looking at the health of jawbones as well as performing an oral cancer screening.

    Like a checkup, a dental cleaning is an important part of establishing the foundation of good oral health. Even those who brush meticulously and never forget to floss need a dental cleaning. Professional cleanings remove substances that cannot be eliminated with the tools used at home. By removing substances like tartar (calcified plaque) and cleaning the hardest places to reach, a dental cleaning provides a far deeper and more thorough clean than what one can do at home.
    Sometimes, extracting a tooth is a necessity to preserving one’s oral health. During extractions, we take every measure possible to ensure that our guests have a positive and comfortable experience. We utilize local anesthetics and sedative medication to alleviate discomfort and anxiety. While patients will feel the sensation of pressure, discomfort is not common.

    From removing baby teeth that haven’t fallen out quick enough for emerging adult teeth or taking out diseased teeth, a tooth extraction is only recommended when it is necessary for protecting the health of the oral cavity. Another common reason extractions are necessary is for removing wisdom teeth. A third set of molars, wisdom teeth are not necessary for healthy oral function and typically do not have enough room to emerge properly through the gums. Without room to emerge, wisdom teeth become stuck in the gums and jaw – therefore, leaving patients vulnerable to developing gum disease, dental caries, and abscesses.

    If you have a dental emergency, we strongly encourage you to call our practice as soon as possible so we can make room in our schedule to provide the treatment you need. In some instances, our staff can provide information when you call to alleviate discomfort or help you save a broken tooth until you can make it to our office. Be sure to store our number in your mobile phone and keep our business cards in your vehicle, purse, or wallet so that you can reach us even when you are away from home.

    Office Location

    300 West Boyd Dr.
    Allen, TX 75013

    (972) 727-3941

    Meet the Doctors

    Jeffrey N. Williams, DDS

    Dr. Jeff’s eye for beauty and attention to detail allows him to create fabulous smiles for his patients.

    Steve M. Williams, DDS

    Dr. Steve creates healthy, attractive smiles and enjoys seeing the dramatic results of modern cosmetic dentistry.

    Brad D. Wyatt, DMD

    Dr. Brad is an excellent clinician and genuine people person, who is energetic, kind and gentle.