Dr. Landon Allen DMD is a compassionate and dedicated dentist at Havasu Dentistry in Lake Havasu City, AZ, whose unique approach to dental care sets him apart from his peers. With a strong belief that every patient should be treated like family, Dr. Allen is committed to providing thorough explanations and ensuring his patients have no questions left unanswered. Inspired by his mother's journey with MS and his exposure to various healthcare professionals, Dr. Allen has developed a personal mission to make every patient feel as cared for as his own mother.
Originally hailing from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Dr. Allen has always been driven by a passion for helping others. His background in dentistry began with his exposure to the medical field through his mother's experiences with multiple sclerosis. Witnessing her challenges with various doctors and healthcare providers, Dr. Allen developed a deep understanding of the importance of empathy, compassion, and communication in healthcare, which has shaped his approach to dentistry.
Dr. Allen's academic journey began at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Biology/Chemistry Pre-Dentistry and was an active member of the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity. With a strong foundation in the sciences and a desire to pursue dentistry, he continued his education at Midwestern University's School of Dentistry. There, Dr. Allen honed his skills and expertise in various aspects of dental care, preparing him for a successful career in the field.
At Havasu Dentistry, Dr. Allen has a particular affinity for emergency and cosmetic dentistry. He derives great satisfaction from alleviating his patients' pain in emergency situations and helping them achieve the smiles of their dreams, ultimately improving their confidence and quality of life. In his free time, Dr. Allen enjoys staying active in his local community and cherishing time with his family, always striving to embody the compassionate and caring demeanor that has become the cornerstone of his dental practice.