Smile Makeovers

If you are unsatisfied with any aspect of the appearance of your smile, you may want to consider a Smile Makeover. Today, there are many state-of-the-art techniques that can give you the smile of your dreams, and most dentists have extensive training in many of these cosmetic dentistry procedures, including:  Porcelain Veneers to correct misshapen, chipped […]

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Seniors: Watch Out for these Dental Problems

In the older adult, problems arising from poor dental hygiene and tooth decay is by far the most common source of ill health. Not surprisingly, adults over 65 who still have remaining natural teeth experience more tooth decay than for any other age group. And thus regular visits for the […]

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Denture Care and Fitting Types

If a tooth is lost or extracted, or if as is often the case in older people, all teeth are lost, dentures are readily available. It is possible to replace single teeth, or have a partial or even complete set of these false teeth made to suit any one individual. […]

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5 Ways Smoking Affects Your Teeth

According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are 36 million smokers in the United States—around 15% of the population. While the number has declined in recent years, the risks associated with smoking are not to be taken lightly. One common but often overlooked risk? Tooth and mouth issues. Tobacco […]

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What to Do in a Dental Emergency

Dental accidents happen—especially in the lives of adventurous Coloradoans. Maybe you chipped a tooth while climbing, or perhaps an infection began to develop on a long-term camping trip. Unfortunately, dental emergencies often happen outside of normal dentist hours. So—what do you do? When assessing your dental emergency, it is essential […]

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Bruxism: Are You Accidentally Harming Your Teeth?

Millions of people around the world unknowingly harm their teeth in their sleep. No matter how diligently you care for your teeth during the day, you may experience teeth grinding and jaw clenching, a condition known as bruxism, while sleeping or in stressful situations. Over time, these actions can wear […]

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How Important is Flossing?

In a word: Very. In a few words: It’s probably more important than brushing.   Flossing is an essential part of oral health maintenance. Dentists and dental hygienists mention it every time you have a dentist appointment, but most of us continue to forget or ignore this crucial responsibility. Interdental […]

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Ordering Tooth-Healthy Coffee Shop Drinks

Colorado is known for many things: mountains, active lifestyles, craft beer, and—you guessed it—a thriving coffee scene. While most professionals use coffee to wake up or power through their work days, the drink can have harmful effects on your dental health. These effects are exacerbated if you order specialty drinks […]

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How Often Should You Replace Your Toothbrush

We all know we should frequently replace our toothbrushes. Most of us, however, don’t do it nearly enough. Misinformation and a lack of concern for dental hygiene are to blame. If you think the free toothbrush you get at your bi-annual dental cleaning is enough to coast on, you’re wrong. […]

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