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

      Dentistry free from anxiety

      The relationship we develop with my patients is based on listening, understanding, and caring for your needs. Independent of what you expect of your dental treatment. we always provide evi­dence based dental treatments. applying state-of-the-art methods adapted to your personal needs. We will find the most suitable solution for you.

      We understand many people are afraid of the dentist and we provide special therapy concepts for patients who are afraid of having dental treatment. We focus on your individual needs and offer you detailed consultation. Together we will find the best treatment strategy for your personal needs.

      Laser Dentistry

      Dental Arts of Cherry Hills utilizes cutting edge technology such as laser dentistry to complete treatments.Traditional methods are regularly based on mechanical dental treatments in direct contact with the tissue. Nowadays. the use of laser instruments permits treat­ments without direct contact to the tissue. Laser dentistry is a promising modality of treatment as it reduces the need for anesthesia and often shortens the time it takes for procedure sites to heal.

      Minimal invasive dentistry

      Improvements in biomaterial research (especially composites and ceramics) as well as dental adhesive technology allow long-term restorations with only minor prepa­ration of teeth. In other words: extensive tooth preparations for restorative reha­bilitation are often not required anymore. Minimal invasive restorative methods re­quire a high-level competence in treatment strategies and techniques.

      General anaesthetic

      Thanks to modern anaesthetic methods and medication. treatment under general anaesthesia is a very safe option today and can also be performed ambulant. Nor­mally, the patient can go home accompanied approximately one hour after surgery.

      When is a treatment under general anaesthetic indicated?

      A treatment under general anaesthetic is recommended when a patient has great fear of the dental treatments (dentophobia) or in cases of extended surgical inter­ventions (e.g. implants). It as advantage of the treatment under general anaesthet­ic that different treatment steps can be combined. Therefore. the number of nec­essary treatments can be reduced.

      DID YOU KNOW?

      80%
      Of us experience some level of dental anxiety?
      Despite our best efforts we know that there’s something that feels inherently vulnerable about lying back in a chair while we examine your mouth.
      The relationship we develop with my patients is based on listening, understanding, and caring for your needs.
      We’ve been patients too.

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