• 3601 S. Clarkson St. Suite 400, Englewood CO 80113

      Dr. Konstantinos Harogiannis, DDS

      Top Denver Cosmetic Dentist, Doctor Harogiannis relocated to Denver from Buffalo, New York from an exclusive clinical, academic and practical environment and brings a vast index of experience with complex prosthodontic cases and an international background. He is in the process of publishing his findings on the Visually perceivable effects of varied luting resins on ceramic veneers.

      He is proud to be formally credentialed with privileges at Swedish Hospital and its affiliates along with Porter Memorial as he collaborates with referring physicians in cases of facial trauma and cancer.

      Dr Kostas is honored to have been elected as a
      2018 member of the Academy of Osseointegration
      and looks forward to contributing to the Academy’s Vision of Implant Dentistry.

      Denver Cosmetic Dentist

      At Dental Arts of Cherry Hills in Denver, Colorado,  we are a Prosthodontic specialty practice dedicated to the practice of reconstructive, esthetic, and implant dentistry.

      We treat dental cases related to high esthetic, clinching, implants, crowns, dentures, and partials.
      We also provide services to our physician affiliates when responding facial trauma as a result of
      accident or cancer.

      Restoring optimal esthetics and function for patients with compromised dental situations is a purpose we truly value because of the transformative impact prosthodontic care can have on their lives.


      I highly recommend Dr. Konstantinos Harogiannis for all dental applications. He is an extremely competent and caring doctor performing prosthodontic, implant, cosmetic and reconstructive work. After surgery, he provided me with a…


      I have struggled with failing teeth almost my whole life and finally had to make a decision. From one dentist to another and they all had different ideas. Was recommended to Dr. Kostas by a periodontist. Dr. Kostas said it would be best to keep my teeth…

      SCOTT L.

      Dr. Kostas and his staff are very friendly and welcoming. I was nervous getting 2 fillings without an injection but Dr. Kostas reassured me that everything was going to be alright. I would recommend this dentist office to everyone…



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      A dental implant is a device that replaces a tooth root. It is placed in the jawbone and is not visible inside the mouth. Its purpose is to support a prosthetic tooth, bridge or fixed appliance, and to prevent bone and soft tissue loss.

      A crown covers an entire tooth structure. Its purpose is to provide support to a tooth that has been compromised by endodontic treatment (root canal), very large fillings, or teeth that have been broken. Crowns are also used to attach a bridge or to cover an implant.

      No. Studies have shown that removable dentures without implants provide only 25% of the function of natural teeth. A fixed prosthesis retained with implants can provide 110% or more of the function of natural teeth.

      General dentists generally offer mostly preventive and restorative treatments which include regular checkups and cleanings, fillings, root canals, and other types of tooth repair. A cosmetic dentist focuses on improving your smile and can include restorative and cosmetic dental treatments. When you are in search of a cosmetic dentist, be sure to research his/her education, training, and experience in the particular procedure you wish to undergo.

      A veneer is a thin piece of porcelain that is bonded to the front surface of a tooth. Veneers can be used to change the shape or color of teeth, to give the appearance of straight teeth in a patient who has crooked teeth, or to close gaps between teeth.

      Absolutely not! With advances in implant dentistry we have many options for non-removable tooth replacement.

      Yes. It is possible to have an implant retained prosthesis that does not cover the roof of your mouth.