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We Create Beautiful Smiles. For Life.
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Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body. But don't use this amazing material for opening bottle, breaking ice cubes, or cutting fishing line!

#denver #denverdentist #dentistdenver #lododentist #lodo #dentist

#bottle #ice #icecube #icecubes #fishingline #enamel #mineral #body
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Each year, patients miss out on scheduling the dental treatment they need, deserve and have insurance to cover. Many individuals who are paying for dental insurance do not realize that their plans provide coverage up to a certain dollar amount annually. Unfortunately, dental insurance dollars don’t roll over into the next year, leading to a significant waste of your valuable insurance premiums.

Bottom line: what you don’t use, you lose!

Have you taken full advantage of your dental dollars? Every year dental insurance companies make big bucks when you miss out on the full dollar amount of your coverage plan. Don’t let this be you!

Unlike medical insurance, dental insurance and dental plans provide you with an allotted amount of money to spend toward your care each year. This means you may still have remaining funds left over that will disappear if you plan, like many, renews in January. It is always a good idea to maximize what your dental insurance will cover this year so that next year’s benefits can be used for any unexpected treatment that may come up.

For many plans, as of January 1, 2018 (varies depending on your specific plan details), you will again be required to pay 100% of your annual insurance deductible before any dental benefits are paid by your insurance company. Now is the perfect time to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted and seize the dental dollars you deserve!

Call at our office today at 303-309-4093 and together let’s make sure you are in excellent dental health for the New Year and getting the full value of your insurance.

We look forward to seeing you soon! Remember, if you don’t use it, you lose it!

#denver #denverdentist #dentistdenver #lododentist #lodo #dentist #useitorloseit
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2017 Dental Elements Photo Shoot (behind the scenes). New photos to follow shortly!

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Colorado Mission of Mercy | October 13-14, 2017 | Southwest Motors Events Center, Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo, CO | 200 Dentists - 1,000 volunteers - thousands of patients served

We were honored to participate with the Colorado Mission of Mercy this weekend. Many dentures, crowns, extractions, fillings, root canals and cleanings were completed for those under-served and in-need. We arrived at 4:45AM and many patients were already waiting in line! Next year's event will be held in Greeley, CO.

http://comom.org/our-services/

#dentistry #teeth #volunteer #cmom #comom #coloradomissionofmercy #dentist #dentalelements #pain #extraction #filling #fillings #abscess #brokentooth #dds #free #pueblo #colorado #pueblocolorado #clean #cleanings #rootcanal #rootcanaltreatment #rootcanals #endodontist #giving #givingback #denverdentist #denture #dentures

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FREE dental work to those in need | October 13-14, 2017 | Colorado Mission of Mercy | Events Center, Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo, CO | 200 Dentists - 1,000 volunteers - thousands of patients served

http://comom.org/our-services/

We will be volunteering with the Colorado Mission of Mercy this weekend. Patients are seen are on a first come first served basis. Doors open at 6AM, capacity is reached early in the day. Please pass this information along to anyone you know that has limited access and is in need of dental work.

#dentistry #teeth #volunteer #cmom #coloradomissionofmercy #dentist #dentalelements #pain #extraction #filling #fillings #abcess #brokentooth #dds #free #pueblo #colorado #clean #cleanings #rootcanal #rootcanaltreatment #rootcanals #endodontist
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“Teeth are stronger than bones, and they are much more likely to survive the ages,” writes University of Arkansas paleoanthropologist Peter S. Ungar
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