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Always a great experience
The staff is professional, personable, and positive. Dr. Allard explains exactly what is going to happen and what you, as a patient, can expect. Written instructions are clear and concise. Overall, the experience was as painless as possible. As a sidelight, there are recliners in the waiting area for those waiting for the procedure to be completed and to chauffeuring the patient home!
Meet Our Doctor
Dr. Michael Allard has been delivering outstanding care in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery here in Arizona since 2000. He received his dental education at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, then completed a general practice residency at the Veteran's Medical Center in Sepulveda, California. He gives back to the community through his involvement with Sojourner Center, a safe house for abused women, as well as the Boys and Girls Club of America and several local hospitals. Dr. Allard and his staff participate annually in the Mission of Mercy dental drive where they donate their time and services to those in need of surgical care who are financially unable to seek treatment.
An Experienced Surgery Team
Our team at Arrowhead Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery complete complex dental surgeries that require an Oral Surgeon. Dr. Allard has performed countless procedures and is affiliated with Arrowhead Hospital. Our surgical staff are experienced, certified oral and maxillofacial surgical assistants, who assist both in surgery and in the administration of IV anesthesia.> Learn More About Our Team