At Cottonwood Dental Group, we aim to not only provide excellent, comprehensive dental services, but also to educate our patients about proper dental care. We want to help you by giving you the information that you need to maintain the health and beauty of your teeth. Read our blog posts today.
Your dental appointment went great and now you are ready to go home. Our Highlands Ranch dentists, Dr. DeLapp and Dr. Parsons want to make sure you take great care! Here are a list of their recommendations for your recovery. Please make sure you have a responsible driver to get you home and that person
Sometimes partial or full dentures are needed to replace teeth that are missing due to extractions, trauma or tooth decay. But why are dentures preferable to missing teeth? Let’s take a closer look at the function of dentures and how they’re made: How Dentures Work Dentures are dental prosthetics that are worn to replace missing teeth.
We are not your ordinary average dental office. This is apparent from the moment you step in our Highlands Ranch dental office. So what makes us so different? In a world where not all dentists are created equal, our doctors make sure to stay on top of their skill set. Both Dr. DeLapp and Dr.
You may never have thought about it, but did you know that your oral health and your overall health are intricately connected? It’s true—the health of your teeth and gums plays a big role in how healthy you are overall. Why is that, you might wonder? Well, the mouth contains many kinds of bacteria, some
You’ve probably had it drilled into you that it’s important to brush twice a day. But are you keeping up with the recommended daily flossing? Flossing Is Important, Too! It’s easy to remember to brush your teeth since everyone can see the front surfaces of your teeth. But when it comes to flossing, it’s often
Tooth-Healthy Foods The saying goes “you are what you eat.” What we consume has such a huge impact on our bodies and our health. So it should go without saying that whatever you munch on is going to have a really big impact on your mouth and your teeth! Let’s take a look at some