We're a different kind of dental practice. The tagline "smiles by Mark" refers to the exquisite artistry required to produce beautiful and natural looking smiles. Dentistry is an art as well as a science. If artistic excellence is important to you when your smile needs some help, then we may be what you're looking for.
The team members at Sloan’s Lake Chiropractic aims to improve upon modern health care’s reliance on drugs. They operate under the premise that medications are catchall tools designed to treat pain by numbing the body. Rather than introducing numbness to the body, the chiropractors at Sloan’s Lake seek out pain at its source. To do so, they examine the alignment of the spine and neck with hands and x-rays, looking for pinched nerves that can cause headaches, neck pain, or back pain.
During more than 25 years in practice, Dr. Robert Denny has been fixing up worn-out smiles while gaining experience in most every niche of dentistry along the way. Upon graduating from the University of Texas, Dr. Denny received a scholarship to study at the highly respected University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. After serving in the Navy Dental Corps during Vietnam and completing a stint as an dental instructor in Illinois, Dr. Denny returned to Denver, where he has been in private practice ever since. Since opening his first office in 1984, the former president of the Metropolitan Denver Dental Society has grown his practice to two different locations. He's also expanded his service menu to encompass treatments that range from general dentistry and cosmetic care to orthodontics.
5280 Teeth Whitening refuses to use any old formula to brighten smiles. The company’s gels are crafted from organic, plant- and mineral-based ingredients, and are packed with important enamel-strengthening qualities. During treatments the proprietary gels team up with 5280’s FDA-approved laser lights to brighten teeth. Rather than try to count each new shade as it emerges, clients can kick back in one of the facility’s private treatment areas.
At Advanced Dental Arts, Dr. Randy Simon wants to know each patient "as a person, not a set of teeth." Inside his office, warm lighting and comfortable chairs dispel patients' worries about a cold, clinical atmosphere full of ghosts holding tiny mirrors. Over the past two decades, Dr. Simon has developed his own dental philosophy he believes in listening closely during every patient's visit, keeping up to date by studying dental literature and attending continuing-education classes, and creating dentist-patient relationships that last for years.
Led by Dr. Jesse Jenkins, Five Parks Dental provides patients with a comfortable environment and expert care to keep tooth-related troubles at bay. Thoroughly check out your chompers with a full set of digital x-rays, which can help reveal any bone loss, tumors, or other dental dilemmas that may be masquerading as reclusive concert pianists on a gum-line retreat. A comprehensive examination applies the same scrutiny to other concerns, keeping mouth rocks polished and suitable for showing to strangers with a complete session of tartar-evicting cleaning and polishing. The doctor will also sniff out symptoms of TMJ, head and neck cancer, and periodontal predicaments with the tenacity of a three-nosed bloodhound. During the visit, patients can gaze up at an overhead television to watch a movie or don headphones to distract ears from demanding their own gentle cleaning.