With hundreds of locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-health-care professionals who deliver a variety of quality dental services. The collective places an emphasis on relationship building—meaning patients can confess their most egregious toffee-apple trespasses while receiving a teeth scrubbing delivered with precision and understanding. Each of the dentists is prescreened for a consistent record of excellence and the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a toothstack.
Partnership for Excellence's dynamic twosome of David M. Johnson, D.D.S. and Branon D. Johnson, D.D.S. apply 40 years of combined dental experience and state of the art technology to vanquish teeth-deteriorating plaque and supply a polished shine to glimmering mouth-diamonds. During an examination ($83 value) and cleaning ($87 value), a professional tooth technician will do a head count to make sure all teeth are present before a power-washing that blasts away leftover residue from last week's bout of geophagy-induced clay eating. A powerful x-ray ($133 value) should reveal any signs of decay, bone abnormality, or the existence of thought-thieving tooth trolls. Whatever your oral arcade calls for, the dentists at Partnership for Excellence have the necessary tokens.
Matthew Hansen, DDS, the dentist at High Point, knows toothy nature so well he can instinctively tell when a molar is lying or an incisor has a deep fear of rejection. Your visit will begin with a complete inventory of your face's contents and an x-ray to inspect their roots, cores, and innermost wishes for cavities, fissures, or soft spots. The vacuum thingy and industrial-strength toothbrush then work their magic on your whitey mouthpearls, getting you ready to bite things, chew food, or impress the jury with a beautiful, innocent smile.
Dr. Richard Koch, a former army captain whose family refers to him as a human encyclopedia, and Dr. Doug Koch have been filling cavities, installing implants, and straightening teeth for more than two decades. The dental professionals describe themselves as conservative, ensuring that every procedure they do is necessary, instead of yanking out every tooth with spinach clinging to it.
They work in an office that eases anxiety with treatment massage chairs, and offers a toy tower that rewards children who didn’t eat one of the dentist’s fingers. They use advanced technology such as digital x-rays and a soft tissue laser, and they update their equipment every 1–2 years.
At Audubon Dental P.C., Dr. Mylene Glueckert Reinicke and her squad of trained tooth techs work hard to brighten chompers with LumiBrite light-activated whitening gel. Over the course of an hour, enamel is scrubbed clean of excessive stains from coffee, tea, and age. During the appointment, chompers also pose for impressions that will be used to create take-home custom trays that fit the mouth as snug as a glove that has been repeatedly gnawed on. Patients waltz home with these custom trays along with their own supply of whitening gel, which may be used for routine upkeep or as the finishing touch on an all too-lifelike marionette.
There's strength in numbers at Colorado Springs Dentistry. For one, All Smiles Dental's team consists of general and cosmetic dentists, as well as four board-certified specialists. Woodland Park Dental Group boasts a dentist, orthodontist, endodontist, andoral and maxillofacial surgeon. The Woodmen Dental Group has a team of cosmetic and general dentists, two orthodontists, and a maxillofacial and oral surgeon. Finally, Colorado Dental Group's team contains three dentists and a host of hygienists with flexible hours.
Combined, these medical professionals can cover most areas of dental care. They can administer regular exams, perform orthodontic and periodontal work, and makeover smiles with cosmetic implants or ultra-thin Lumineers. The dentists and specialists also work alongside several hygienists, many of which are working during most business hours.