The tech-savvy engineers behind DaVinci Teeth Whitening brighten smiles by activating a special lamp that works in tandem with a whitening solution made fresh every week in an American lab. All of DaVinci's treatments work to rid teeth of lackluster hues, clingy stains, and embarrassing love letters to dentists without weakening tooth enamel.
At Orchard Cosmetic & Family Dental, Dr. Jason Whiting, DMD and Dr. Sujin Yi, DDS practice general, cosmetic, and surgical dentistry. They use the latest technology, including digital x-rays that reduce exposure to radiation. Digitization also allows them to craft crowns unique to each patient, and lasers help locate cavities more efficiently. With these tools, as well as a gentle approach, the dentists attend to all oral health concerns, from gum disease to dental implants to wisdom-teeth extractions.
Dr. Terry Batliner and his son Payton founded Sage Dental Care with the simple mission of helping others, but not just in the way an observer might think. Not only do they relieve pain and prevent disease in their dental-care practice, but the father-son duo also donates a portion of their proceeds to a different charity each month. Along with Dr. Andrew Holecek, Dr. Batliner welcomes all clients to a free consultation prior to scheduling an appointment, during which patients can express concerns or see if the dentist finds any unwanted vampire fangs.
Under the tutelage of Dr. Michael Adler, the Boulder Center for Advanced Dentistry engages the latest technologies for a modern, efficient dental experience. With a new-patient exam and hygiene visit, chompers are treated to a comprehensive exam ($88), complete cleaning ($107), oral-hygiene instruction ($23), and nutritional counseling ($68). Mouth bones will also receive a complete set of intra-oral x-rays ($186), using digital technology that instantly provides high-resolution images with 90% less radiation than earlier x-ray methods, and a set of oral pictures ($38) taken by a mini video camera lets patients see the condition of their food-mashers and preps them for magazine spreads. Alternatively, opt for a $300 credit toward cosmetic or orthodontic services, including veneers, porcelain crowns or inlays ($1,604), tooth-colored resin fillings ($181–$343), root canals ($897–$1,123), and more.