Our Approach to Dental Care
We are grateful for the opportunity to affect people's lives in a positive way. We actively listen to our patients to understand their desires and concerns. We call our approach to patient care "relationship dentistry".
By building strong relationships with our patients and exploring possibilities with them, we are able to help them achieve the highest level of health and self-confidence possible.
Using state-of-the-art techniques and technology, we are able to provide the highest quality aesthetic, restorative and general dentistry available in the world today. We use an interdisciplinary approach, and frequently consult with other specialists to ensure that our patients receive the best care to meet their specific individual needs.
As a student of the L. D. Pankey Institute, The Spear Institute, and The Peter Dawson Center, Dr. Watts is trained to use advanced techniques and materials that can make positive, lasting changes in your health, appearance and function. She is keenly aware of the importance of a properly engineered bite and its effects on the TMJ’s (Temporalmandibular Joints) and teeth.
The entire team enjoys educating the patients and collaborating with them to discover their desired outcomes. Dr. Watts and her team have completed hundreds of hours of continuing education devoted to technical dentistry as well as communication and personal growth. They truly strive to understand the patients' desires and enjoy coaching their patients toward the achievement of their goals.
Dr. Watts and her team enjoy talking with patients about the concept of complete wellness. Our team also understands just how important an attractive smile can be. A recent survey conducted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) found:
- More than 92% of adults agree that an attractive smile is an important social asset.
- Nearly as many, close to 88% say they always remember someone with an especially attractive smile.
- 85% agree that an unattractive smile makes a person less appealing to people of the opposite sex.
- 74% agree that an unattractive smile can hurt a person's chances for career success.
For all of your cosmetic and dental needs, contact Allison Watts D.D.S. for more information.