Kathie Allen, D.D.S., P.A.

Practicing since 1990

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Kathie Allen, D.D.S., P.A. Office Information

  • Map
    I-75 to exit (Jacaranda), go west onto Jacaranda. Travel ~3miles ....pass Venice Ave ( following the Round -about (Staying on the outside lane, continuing going west on Jacaranda). Make a right (North) onto Sunset Lake Blvd. -Lakeside Medical Center is to the right. We are located in buikding A (836), Suite #204.
    Heading east on Jacaranda (From US 41),cross Center Rd, 2nd quick left-Sunset. Blvd. Lakeside Medical on your right, Building A (836), Suite #204. 941.492.4211.
  • Mon: 8am - 5pm
    Tues: 8am - 5pm
    Wed: 8am - 12pm
    Thurs: 8am - 5pm
    Fri: Call for availability
    Sat: Closed
    Sun: Closed

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Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide high quality comprehensive dental treatment in a comfortable and caring atmosphere. We are genuinely excited about the relationships we are building with our dental care team, our present patients and our future patients. Dr. Allen and her professional staff are committed to continue their growth and development on the latest trends and technologies to best treat our patients.

Education & Credentials

AO - Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity
  • Q & A with Dr. Kathie Allen


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    Q: What got you into this specific medical field?
    A: General/Cosmetic Dentistry
    Q: What landed you in your city, and what is it that you like about the neighborhood?
    A: Relocated to Florida from Michigan in 1993 to be closer to family.
    Q: Where did you receive your undergraduate and professional...
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    1. Chewing on Ice: It's naturally sugar-free, so you might think ice is harmless. Not so – munching on ice can chip or even crack your teeth. Next time you get the urge for...
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