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Keep your teeth healthy and strong with preventative dental services such as routine deep teeth cleaning.
Orthodontic services are available for youth and adult patients. Schedule your orthodontic consultation.
Catch oral diseases and infections early, and prevent long-term damage or decay with routine exams.
White tooth fillings from Dr. Lee Simon will keep teeth strong while maintaining the natural look of your beautiful teeth.
Enjoy all the food and beverages you love (no matter the temperature) without pain after a desensitization treatment
If you have a tooth (or teeth) that are causing you pain, it might be time to talk to your dentist about tooth extraction.
Dental x-rays are typically needed every three years as part of preventative dental care to ensure optimal oral health.
Resolve and repair infections in the roots of teeth with this root canal therapy. Painful tooth? Schedule an appointment today.
We will talk through it all and provide the best diagnostic tools to help you make your decision.
According to American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should start seeing a dentist as soon as they get their first tooth. Their first dental appointment should be no later than the child’s first birthday. Parents can make an appointment for their children by calling Dr. Lee Simon at 303-638-7373.
Dr. Lee Simon highly recommends that patients should brush and floss (at least) twice a day. The optimal times for brushing and flossing are first thing in the morning, though preferably after breakfast, and before bed. A routine dental check-up should be included in your oral hygiene regimen every six months.
You can schedule your appointment online, today, and speak with Dr. Lee Simon directly to discuss your personal dental care.
We recommend that you visit the dentist every six months for a routine cleaning and dental check up. X-ray appointments should be scheduled every three years unless they correspond with routine visits.
If you ever experience tooth or mouth pain, swelling, or something just seems off, you should make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible to get examined.
To schedule an appointment either call our office at 303-638-7373 or visit our online portal.
Routine dental appointments (which should occur every 6 months) include the following services:
Questions about your next visit?
Dental emergencies are serious events and need to be treated as such. If you knocked out a tooth, bitten your tongue, or are experiencing complications from a recent procedure or accident, it is important to get to the dentist as soon as possible. Call us immediately at 303-638-7373 to get emergency dental care. In the meantime, take precautionary measures by applying pressure and a cold compress to your mouth and jaw and remain upright (don’t lay down) to reduce swelling.
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