At Front Range Smiles, we use the latest dental technologies to ensure that you receive an accurate diagnosis and a comfortable, effective treatment. Our Dentist in Parker CO and team are committed to ensuring that you receive the highest quality of care so that you can enjoy a healthy smile throughout your life.
If you would like to learn more about the benefits of modern dental technology in Parker, Colorado, and to schedule your appointment with Dr. Amber Schmidt, give us a call at (720) 851-5020.
A root canal procedure is necessary to treat an infected tooth and save it from extraction. We understand that nobody likes the idea of having a root canal. At Front Range Smiles, we use rotary endodontics to provide you with one of the most comfortable procedures you have ever experienced.
Rigid steel files have traditionally been used to clear away infected material inside the tooth. Today, Dr. Schmidt uses rotary endodontics with a flexible nickel-titanium tip that is better able to reach into tight spaces to eliminate every trace of infection.
This technology ensures better long-term outcomes, and it makes your procedure more comfortable and efficient than you ever thought possible. With rotary endodontics, you never have to fear a root canal again!
TVs in Treatment Rooms
Our focus at Front Range Smiles Family Dentistry is on you and your comfort. Because we know you probably have other places you'd like to be, we have TVs in each of our treatment rooms to provide you with some pleasant distraction during your appointment.
At Front Range Smiles, we want to do whatever we can to ensure your comfort and eliminate any anxiety triggers. If you avoid dental visits because of the menacing sound of a high-pitched drill or its uncomfortable vibrations, you will appreciate our state-of-the-art electric handpieces.
Because they are motor-driven, electric handpieces produce less noise and vibration and allow our dentist to be more precise. The goal is to provide you with a calmer, more relaxed procedure and a higher level of quality dental care.
How many times have you sat in a dental chair and been frustrated as your dentist tries to explain a problem with a tooth, but you have no idea what they're talking about? At Front Range Smiles, we use intraoral cameras that help solve the mystery of what your dentist sees during a visual examination. There's no more guessing about what he or she means when they talk about a certain problem because this updated technology allows you to see it with your own eyes.
An intraoral camera is a digital device that lights up the inside of your mouth and captures images of your teeth that instantly appear instantly on your chairside monitor.
Intraoral cameras are a valuable educational tool because it’s difficult to understand what you can't see. Now our dentist can point out problems and explain what treatment you may need and how it will benefit your long-term oral health. We also add the images to your patient history so we can refer to them and send them to your insurance company or specialists as needed.
At Front Range Smiles Family Dentistry, we use state-of-the-art x-ray technology to produce high-quality images of your teeth and supporting structures. These pictures help our dentist provide more precise treatment plans to restore and maintain your oral health.
Our digital radiography techniques are also extremely safe, emitting the lowest radiation possible. In fact, we would have to take more than 30 x-rays to produce the amount of radiation you would receive if you spent a day outside!
Give us a call at (720) 851-5020 to schedule your appointment with Dr. Amber Schmidt, and to learn more about dental x-rays in Parker, CO.
Having a team of dental professionals who care about you and understand your needs goes a long way toward reducing any anxious feelings you might have about dentistry. We are also pleased to recommend nitrous oxide for nervous patients or those who simply want to relax during their appointment.
Nitrous oxide is a gas that we administer through a nasal mask, and all you need to do is sit back, relax, and breathe normally. It only takes a few moments to feel the effects of nitrous oxide that put you in a very calm and relaxed state. You will remain conscious throughout your procedure and able to communicate easily with your dental team.
When we complete your procedure, we’ll turn off the flow of nitrous and have you breathe pure oxygen for several minutes. By the time you leave our office, you will feel alert and refreshed, and able to return to your usual activities with no drowsy after-effects.