Getting kids to brush their teeth can be an uphill battle filled with kicking and screaming. However, starting kids with proper oral hygiene from a young age is critical in ensuring they carry these good habits into adulthood. In honor of Children’s National Dental Health Month this February, we came up with some fun and … Continued
Check out our blog post for tips to prevent and handle a dental emergency. Call us at 303-625-7997 for same-day emergency dental care!
VIP Treatment, Anyone? At Summit Family Dentistry, our VIP program is not your run-of-the-mill loyalty program. SFD delivers a comprehensive experience with perks, offers and events to honor our faithful referrers throughout the year. What does it mean to be a Summit Family Dentistry VIP patient? It means you’ll enjoy: – Special pampering at all … Continued
Check out our blog post to learn what cavities are, how to know if you have one, how they are treated, and how to prevent them. Contact us for more cavity-prevention tips!
Written By: Dr. Richard Livesay At Foothills Community Dentistry, our sister office, we strive to provide caring, quality dentistry to all patients. We recently had a case in our office that we believe would be beneficial to share in an effort to bring awareness to a condition that’s not well known. What is Bottle Decay? … Continued
If you’re frustrated by discolored teeth, read our blog post to discover common causes of yellow teeth. We also suggest how to improve your smile’s appearance! Contact us for additional help caring for your teeth.
Periodontal disease, or gum disease, is an infection and inflammation that affects the tissues and bone that support your teeth. Today we will discuss the different options, non-surgical and surgical, we offer to help treat gum disease. … Continued
Read our blog post to learn how sugar affects teeth. We also provide a few tips to help strengthen your teeth and protect them from decay. Schedule your next checkup to be sure your teeth are healthy and strong!
Read our blog post to learn how toothpaste residue, poor diet, and bad oral hygiene can cause acne. At your next checkup, we can make sure that your oral health is in good standing. Visit us for cleaner teeth and clearer skin!
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