Friday, December 29, 2017

Patient in the Spotlight


Our awesome patient, Dale Powell, is a local Published Fine Art Photographer.
His Images have appeared in USA Today and Island Magazine.

His passion for photography started from the moment that he picked up a camera as a child. To him a camera would forever be more than a tool, it allows him to capture and share beauty, wonderment, awe, and moments in time.

For Personal Requests please contact him at 843-971-9400 or visit

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Patient in the Spotlight

Allen Family Dentistry would like to spotlight our patient, Andra Watkins!  New York Times best selling author Andra Watkins lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband, Michael Maher.
She has a degree in accounting from Francis Marion University and is the author of three books and counting. Her acclaimed first novel To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis was published by Word Hermit Press on March 1, 2014. Not Without My Father: One Woman’s 444-Mile Walk of the Natchez Trace is a memoir about her dysfunctional family adventure; it is a National Book Award nominee and a New York Times best seller. Natchez Trace: Tracks in Time is a book of photography, shot during her 15-mile daily hikes on her 444-mile Natchez Trace walk.

Click here for a link to this book on amazon! 

Congratulations on your awesome success, Andra! See you at your next appointment :)

Friday, October 10, 2014

Write a Review

Thanks so much for taking the time to write a review online of Allen Family Dentistry. 

 The greatest compliment our patients can give us is the referral of their family and friends! 

Have a great day!

Friday, October 3, 2014

Patient in the Spotlight

Allen Family Dentistry would like to spotlight our patients, Judy and Rush Dixon.  This husband and wife team - along with being full time architects - have invented two successful products so far: The Kebo, a one handed bottle opener and Munch Stix, fun chopsticks for kids.  Rush is also the architect for Allen Family Denstistry's beautiful office building!  Judy was featured this month in our local skirt Magazine, too.  We are so happy to have such a great family as patients in our practice!

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Patients in the Spotlight

Allen Family Dentistry would like to spotlight our patients, the Eustis Family, for their mission work in Honduras! They were featured in the Moultrie News recently after returning from their trip.

Drs. Sandra Conradi (Elaine's mother), Elaine and Chad Eustis and children participated in a mission to Catacamas, Honduras. After the week of operating was over, they flew to El Salvador for some R & R.

Great Job Eustis Family!!

Friday, June 24, 2011

Patient Spotlight

Allen Family Dentistry would like to spotlight our patient, Kathryn Poe. Kathryn, a South Carolina native moved to Charleston in 2004 after marrying Charleston native, Kelley Poe (also a wonderful patient of ours). She opened Mary Mojo Boutique in November 2006 ~ the boutique carries women's clothing, jewelry, bags and accessories from local, national and international vendors. She receives new shipments every week, so there is always something new to buy! With sizes ranging from XS-XL, 2-14, Mary Mojo Boutique boasts everything from jeans to cocktail dresses and special orders are never a problem. The boutique is located where Rifle Range ends at Coleman Blvd next to the CVS. Stop by her beautiful store soon!
Facebook ~ Mary Mojo Boutique

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

New guidelines regarding antibiotics to prevent infective endocarditis

The American Heart Association recently updated its guidelines regarding which patients should take a precautionary antibiotic to prevent infective endocarditis (IE) before a trip to the dentist.

Only the people at greatest risk of bad outcomes from infective endocarditis — an infection of the heart's inner lining or the heart valves — should receive short-term preventive antibiotics before common, routine dental and medical procedures.

The patients who still need preventive antibiotics prior to dental treatment are those with:

  • artificial heart valves
  • a history of having had IE
  • certain congenital (present from birth) heart conditions
  • a cardiac transplant which develops a problem in a heart valve.
Here is a link to the American Heart Association website: