We offer a comprehensive range of general dental services – from regular check-ups and cleanings to specialized treatments like dental crowns and root canals – all designed to keep your smile healthy and thriving. Healthy maintenance of your teeth and gum tissue creates a strong systemic immune system.
We offer a comprehensive range of general dental services that preserve your oral health so your smile remains healthy
We are a Boulder family dentist office that offers teeth cleanings as well as other alternative hygiene treatments. Our hygienists are trained in the use of antibiotic placement and the use of lasers to gingivitis, plaque and periodontal disease.
One of the leading causes of tooth loss in adults is periodontal disease, also known as gum disease. If you struggle with tender, swollen gums and are worried about the impact on your oral health, we offer effective ways to treat gum disease before it leads to long-term damage. Our team at Incredible Smiles is committed to providing advanced periodontal therapy in our Boulder office, to help you regain oral health and wellness.
When considering us for your Boulder general dentistry or Denver general dentistry you may want to consider white, or non-metal fillings. Non-metal fillings offer several advantages over traditional metal fillings, such as a more natural look, less invasive procedure and reduced health risks.
We provide the highest quality custom-made porcelain crowns and dental bridges available by our ceramicist. In cases where one or more teeth are missing, a dental bridge provides a stable, long-lasting solution to regain form of your smile. Our aim is to help you achieve long-lasting results so your teeth are kept in-tact, healthier and look more natural, more YOU!
Dental implants can be an ideal solution to treat missing tooth or teeth. They are made of titanium and inserted into the bone to support crowns, bridges, or dentures, providing your a secure framework for a functional and beautiful smile.
Night guards and retainers play a critical role in maintaining your oral health, especially for those who have recently completed cosmetic and orthodontic treatments or struggle with teeth grinding. These dental appliances offer protection, longevity, and peace of mind, ensuring that your smile remains healthy and beautiful.
General Dentistry FAQs
There is more happening than just a “teeth cleaning” at an advanced dental office. The primary aspect of the visit is to remove tarter and calculus (hardened prolonged buildup) from around the teeth and under the gum where floss and a toothbrush do not reach. The hygienist will measure the depth of the “pocket,” or space, between the tooth and gum. These measurements should be taken at least once a year. Up to three millimeters is considered healthy, as this is the barrier between the exposed part of your tooth and the inner workings of your body. Three millimeters is also the maximum depth that floss will reach. When people don’t floss as often as necessary, dental cleaning visits are even more important. A visit every six months is recommended for people in good oral health who floss and take good care of their teeth and gums. For some people, more frequent visits may be necessary as recommended by the hygienist.
X-rays are necessary to detect decay between teeth and areas not visible to the naked eye. Since gum and bone problems happen slowly over time, they are often not felt or detected from the surface. X-rays are also necessary for detecting bone loss and infections at root surfaces. Many people are understandably concerned about excessive radiation. Incredible Smiles takes digital radiographs, which use 80% less radiation than conventional techniques.
New advances in tooth-colored porcelain and composite materials not only allow fillings to go unnoticed but in many cases are stronger and more wear-resistant than amalgam (silver fillings).
Cosmetic dental techniques have advanced dramatically over the last decade. The qualities of materials such as porcelain and composite resins have improved, giving a more lifelike appearance. Where gum-tissue surgery and contouring was once performed with scalpels; lasers now provide fast, non-surgical results.