Doctor Profile



Metal and Mercury Free Restorative Dentistry

No metal means better aesthetics, bonded rather than cemented (seals margins better to avoid leakage, makes the tooth stronger), more conservative of natural tooth structure (less tooth preparation).

Eliminates concerns over toxicity of mercury

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Advanced Cosmetic Smile Makeovers

Individual customized makeover to achieve the smile you have always wanted.

Achieve an “Extreme Makeover” without the plastic surgery.  A new smile can enhance the appearance of your face.

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Orthodontics for Adults and Children

Accomplish both improved aesthetics and function.

Orthodontics is not just for kids anymore.

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Comprehensive Restoration/Rejuvenation

Combines aesthetics with ideal health and function. By utilizing advanced diagnostic and treatment instrumentation combined with state of the art materials your teeth can be rejuvenated to their original (or better) form and condition.

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Non Surgical TMJ / TMD Care

(headache pain, clenching, grinding)

Head, neck and facial pain affects a significant percentage of the population.  We provide non surgical, conservative treatment often as a 3 phase plan.  Initially treatment addresses any pain and symptoms.  Secondly, function can be restored.  Thirdly, long term stabilization is achieved.

Patient Testimonial:

  Finding a dentist who knew how to repair my broken teeth and who was willing to work on the problems my bite was causing had been a long- term struggle. Through a friend I learned about the restoration work Dr. Alan Singleton was doing. Since I had been a dental lab technician I probably came into the search for a qualified person with more knowledge than most dental patients. I wanted my teeth fixed not replaced with dentures. I knew the importance the root of the tooth plays in the health of the bone structure of my mouth and would not settle for midi occur work.

  Before beginning Dr. Alan asked a lot of questions and took an impressive set of pictures of my teeth. Seeing them on the computer screen gave me a bird’s eye view of my mouth. At that moment I wasn’t sure the damage could be successfully repaired. I had no idea how much he would be able to help me. First to be repaired was the most recent broken tooth, a molar on my lower jaw. When I left his office following the seating of the new crown I had a small booklet to read. My instructions were to read the information and let him know if any thing seemed familiar. My teeth were badly worn from the many years of night grinding and teeth clinching. Shortly after reading the handout I called Dr.Singleton to tell him I was waking up with severe earaches that I believed was caused from clinching my teeth while I was sleeping. A new set of appointments was made. The tens unit electrodes were attached to my head and neck. I could not fathom that this strange mechanical device connected to a computer would be able to do anything for me. I was wrong. What I learned was that my worn teeth were allowing my jaw to close too much and that caused pressure at the joint near my ear.

  Dr.Singleton recommended an appliance on my lower teeth. The acrylic would create space between my jaws making a more natural position for my lower jaw. It all sounded great but I still was not convinced that it would work. The distance between the upper and lower teeth the new appliance would create was small. A couple of weeks later I came home with the new addition to my mouth. I was to wear it all the time. Eat with it and sleep with it. I followed the instructions even though it meant I had to clean the thing after every meal and snack. My tongue treated it like a new toy. The first benefit I noticed was that my mouth was no longer dry all the time. By the time I came in for the check up to see that it was correctly fit I was no longer waking up with earaches and it seemed the constant ringing in my ears was not as loud as it had been. About a month later as I watched television I realized the sound was too loud. After turning the sound down I put a finger on first one ear then the other. 

  For the first time in many years the sound was coming into both ears nearly equal. Could the appliance have made the difference? Gradually my sinus drainage diminished and I began to wonder if this little piece of acrylic was a miracle in disguise. I can’t remember a time when my sinuses have been so clear. Sure, when I get a cold my nose runs. But, now it doesn’t run all the time. I no longer dread the airplane flight to see my grandchildren. As the plane lands the pressure in my ears equalizes naturally now. Today the ringing in my ears is so slight I don’t even notice it. How many of these benefits can be attributed to the appliance I can not say. I just know I do not want to be without it, even if I have to wash it after every meal. That is a small price to pay for the comfort I now have. 

Edna Siniff

Soft Tissue Hygiene Therapy

Non surgical periodontal (gums and bone) therapy with an emphasis on eliminating bacteria for the treatment and prevention of periodontal and gum disease.  We have had incredible success and dramatic improvements in the oral health of our clients since we started using “micro-sonics” and anti-microbials.


Soft Tissue Laser

A high tech laser we use daily as an adjunct to providing superior high quality dental care.  Can be used to enhance the final result of a smile makeover by creating ideal gum contour, and improve the tissue health around new metal free restorations.


Smile Whitening

Enhance your natural smile by lightening the color of your teeth.  Sometimes referred to as “bleaching”.  Much more effective than whitening toothpaste and store bought whitening products.


Individualized Family Care

We welcome your entire family and strive to provide the best in preventive care.



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