To make an appointment:(970) 297-5000
We usually do consultations on Monday and Wednesday, and perform procedures on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Evaluations begin with a comprehensive awake oral examination and progress if necessary to anesthetized, detailed oral examinations with full-mouth radiographs. Treatment planning is based on history, patient systemic health, examination and diagnostic imaging after consultation with the owner. In most cases, treatment planning and dental procedures are performed the same day.
Our team has advanced capabilities to provide gold-standard care. State-of-the-art instrumentation and materials along with the support of our anesthesia team makes treating even advanced and complex dental and oral conditions possible in all patient age groups.
Periodontology to improve the attachment and hard and soft tissue support of compromised teeth.
Endodontics to maintain internally traumatized or non-vital teeth within the dental arcade.
Orthodontics to move malpositioned teeth into functional and comfortable spaces within the oral cavity.
Oral Medicine to diagnose and treat oral conditions that require non-surgical management.
Restorative Dentistry to restore the normal shape and function to teeth with crown abnormalities.
Prosthodontics to replace dental structures that have been lost to fracture or wear.
Oral surgery to address dental pathology untreatable with other therapeutic modalities.
Maxillofacial surgery to treat oral and maxillofacial abnormalities, such as tumors, related or unrelated to the teeth.
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