The Tongue Speaks

What does your tongue say about your health, and what are the best ways to take care of it? Our oral health is an early and important indicator for many serious conditions that may develop throughout the body.

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Answers to your COVID questions

We know you have concerns about staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are our answers to your questions regarding how we are working to keep you, and our team, safe and healthy.

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Dr. Marisa Patt BOCO Dental Restorative Services

You Need a Dental Crown — not the dark margin

You might wonder why some people with crowns have an unsightly gray area near their gum line. At BOCO Dental & Prosthodontics, we get a lot of inquiries regarding dark margins around crowns, and we employ cutting edge strategies to ensure the absence of dark margins.

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COVID-19 Update, May 1, 2020

After a long period of staying safe at home, we plan to open our doors again on May 4, 2020 — with new procedures and precautions in place to ensure the safety of our patients and associates.

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A new Crown in 2.5 hours!

In the world of dentistry, advancements are made every day. At BOCO Dental, we work to stay up to date and employ new technologies when they are proven to enhance experience and efficiency for our patients. For this reason, we are excited to announce the newest member of our team, the CEREC!

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Let’s Discuss Root Canals…

Pay attention to symptoms that indicate you may need a root canal. The diagnosis is nothing to fear, and the procedure can save and restore your natural tooth! Call us today at 303.530.1212

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BOCO Dental, Through the Years

Through the years, technology has changed and dentistry has evolved. The practice’s commitment to excellent dentistry has not. Our team, which has matured over the last 37 years, still shares the same ethos that from when the practice began – a commitment to provide the best dentistry to those we serve.

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Wisdom teeth – let’s discuss.

Our wisdom teeth, aka, 3rd molars, are the last to come in. They usually erupt between ages 17-25 and are the teeth with the most variation in shape, size and position. Let’s begin a conversation about if and when they should come out.

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Nutrition For Your Teeth

How can we use food to prevent cavities and decay and promote oral health? Paying attention to your diet – what you eat and how often you eat it – can be critical in preventative oral health care. Here is a list of foods that are good for the heath of your teeth!

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