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General Dentistry - Denver, CO

One Office, Comprehensive Care

Full Spectrum Dentistry for Your Entire Family

Led by Dr. Heather Stamm, our practice provides all of the foundational services to keep your family’s teeth healthy for a lifetime. Should any dental issues arise, we have the training and experience to deliver more complex treatment. We offer everything you could want from a dentist in Denver, CO, and more, in one convenient location. With our broad range of services including those you don’t normally associate with your dentist—chiropractic care, wellness training, and nutrition guidance—we rarely need to refer you to an outside practice. We do it all right here. Learn more about some of our extensive services below.

Featured General Dentistry Treatments

Our goal isn’t just to address your current dental issues. We strive to prevent future issues by providing routine checkups, exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments, dental hygiene instruction, and more. All-inclusive, forward-thinking care is at the heart of our consistent results!

We’re not only dental professionals that practice pediatric dentistry, we’re parents. As such we recognize the special attention that children sometimes need in a dental office setting. We not only provide a wide range of age-specific treatments for children, we also take the gentle, reassuring approach they need to feel secure while receiving dental care.

As a practice dedicated to whole-body dentistry, our concerns go far beyond the health of your teeth. Through regular oral pathology exams, we can identify any symptoms of potentially serious health issues such as oral cancer. As with most conditions, early detection is key to effective treatment.

Dentures have stood the test of time as a cost-effective solution to missing teeth. Modern dentures fit better and look more like real teeth than ever before. We offer full and partial dentures to fill in gaps of any size in your smile and get you back to enjoying life.

When your top arch of teeth is misaligned with the bottom arch, you may experience speech difficulties and persistent headaches. If you don’t have your misalignment corrected, you may be looking at worn-down and cracked teeth. We can realign and rebalance them by removing small portions of enamel from the bite surface of your teeth.

If you grind or clench your teeth, a condition called bruxism, you may end up wearing down your teeth and developing temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues. Whether these habits are conscious or unconscious, we can help you overcome them with customized mouthguards you can wear at night or whenever you’re likely to grind or clench your teeth.

If you or a member of your family has a dental emergency, it can be frightening. Be assured we treat every emergency case with a sense of urgency. Don’t hesitate to call us at 303-839-5109 for your emergency dentistry needs.

A severely infected tooth doesn’t require an extraction. We may be able to save your tooth with a root canal. During this procedure, we remove infected tissue from the tooth’s pulp chamber, sanitize the area, then fill it with special dental materials. To keep the tooth strong after a root canal we’ll typically put a new crown on it.

The compact, revolutionary DIAGNOdent tool enables us to quickly locate cavities, decay, and other dental issues that aren’t visible to the unaided eye, all without causing you any discomfort. If we find a cavity, we’ll use our minimally invasive laser technology to remove the decayed portion of your tooth before providing a filling to reinforce it.

For patients who prefer metal-free fillings, composite fillings are an ideal solution. They’re made of a ceramic and plastic compound that’s the same color as your tooth, so they’re never visible through the enamel. Sometimes called tooth-colored fillings or white fillings, composite fillings reinforce your teeth and protect your smile esthetics as well.

While fillings reinforce the inside of your teeth, inlays and onlays repair the outside in place of new crowns. Inlays repair the center of your tooth while onlays cover a larger area that includes at least one cusp. We’re able to customize both to match the color of the tooth for a seamless appearance.

Dental bonding is an alternative to porcelain veneers and can be used as a restorative procedure for teeth that are chipped, cracked, discolored, or misarranged. The tooth is prepared by lightly etching the surface and applying a bonding liquid. Once the liquid sets, a plastic resin is applied and sculpted into the desired shape by the dentist. The resin is then trimmed, smoothed, and polished until it has a natural appearance. The bonding procedure can often be completed in a single office visit.

Need Any Kind of Dental Care?

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