Are you new to Denver or have just been putting off some adulting tasks needed to be taken care of? ✔️Time to check off one of those boxes and set and appointment with your new dentist!
Dr. Carter has served patients in the #denver area with quality dental care, including dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, dentures, and children’s dentistry. Dr. Carter’s team focuses on building personal relationships with patients and their families, while providing lasting dental work that looks and feels great. With quality care, we have developed a loyal patient base. . Your first visit will take about an hour and a half because we will perform a comprehensive assessment of your teeth, gums, and bite. Dr. Carter will ask how you feel about your smile and what you want to accomplish through dentistry. Dr. Carter will not rush through your visit, but explain her findings so that you can fully understand recommended treatment. She wants her patients to be comfortable and confident in their decisions. . . Call Us: 303-765-2824 3955 East Exposition Ave Suite 218 Denver, Colorado 80209 ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Friday! Don't forget to brush twice a day on the weekends too! Check out habits to kick in 2020 below:
You practice good dental care, You brush your teeth, floss fairly regularly, and see your dentist twice a year for checkups and cleanings. Good for you! But you’re probably also engaging in one or more bad habits that can undermine the good ones and compromise your dental health. Here's our list of five of the worst dental habits to kick in 2020.
Dental Care Problem 1: Crunching, Sucking, and Sipping Dental Care Problem 2: Using Teeth as Tools Dental Care Problem 3: Grinding Your Teeth Dental Care Problem 4: Using a Hard-Bristled Toothbrush Dental Care Problem 5: Not Brushing, Flossing, or Rinsing Properly ... See MoreSee Less
Today may be National Strawberry Ice Cream Day but you can’t celebrate without having good dental hygiene practices! Teeth can be sensitive to hot and cold foods which is why it is important to brush and floss properly, so we can continue eating the foods that we love…like this delicious cup of ice cream here. Happy National Strawberry Ice Cream Day! ... See MoreSee Less
Most dentists agree you should change your toothbrush every three months. Studies show that after three months of normal wear and tear, toothbrushes are much less effective at removing plaque from teeth and gums compared to new ones. ... That's because germs can hide in toothbrush bristles and lead to reinfection. #newyearnewyou... See MoreSee Less
Stressed out after hopping back into work from the holidays? We’re talking about a different kind of “grind” today. An estimated 10% of people (up to 15% of children) grind their teeth at night, and most are unaware they're doing it. Schedule your free consultation to find out ways to remedy this habit! ... See MoreSee Less