State of the Art Dental Imaging System Improves Patient Care
This is a game changer in dentistry.


Boulder Dental Arts discusses the fundamentals of tooth whitening procedures
One of the most common requests from patients is for whiter teeth.


If you’ve spent any amount of time in Colorado chances are your windshield has at least half a dozen chips and cracks.


Ask anyone born before 1985 to open their mouth and they will look at you strangely, but if you’re persistent you will see a mouth full of mercury or amalgam fillings. For generations, those old workhorses of restoration were used to fill cavities. And they were good. Long-lasting, strong, wear-resistant. Wonderful! Who could ask for anything more? Well, maybe something without a lethal heavy metal? Or perhaps a material that blends slightly better than black on white?


Bethany Morris writes for Boulder Lifestyle Magazine about Boulder Dental Arts friendly and upbeat atmosphere.


Dave Barber writes for Gluten Free Magazine about Boulder Dental Arts and gluten-free dentistry.


The Daily Camera stops by Boulder Dental Arts to discuss gluten-free dentistry.


Dental patients can opt out of products containing gluten
Yes!  We are becoming increasingly aware of the impact gluten has on our health and wellness.  A growing number of people are finding that removing gluten from their diets leads to more energy, better digestion, weight loss, and an overall sense of vigor; while for others with Celiac disease it is downright dangerous to consume even small amounts of the stuff.


Welcome to what is soon to become the most fabulous dental blog on earth. Learn everything you never knew you wanted to know about oral hygiene, gluten-free dentistry, and then some.


State of the Art Dental Imaging System Improves Patient Care
This is a game changer in dentistry.


Boulder Dental Arts discusses the fundamentals of tooth whitening procedures
One of the most common requests from patients is for whiter teeth.


If you’ve spent any amount of time in Colorado chances are your windshield has at least half a dozen chips and cracks.


Ask anyone born before 1985 to open their mouth and they will look at you strangely, but if you’re persistent you will see a mouth full of mercury or amalgam fillings. For generations, those old workhorses of restoration were used to fill cavities. And they were good. Long-lasting, strong, wear-resistant. Wonderful! Who could ask for anything more? Well, maybe something without a lethal heavy metal? Or perhaps a material that blends slightly better than black on white?


Bethany Morris writes for Boulder Lifestyle Magazine about Boulder Dental Arts friendly and upbeat atmosphere.


Dave Barber writes for Gluten Free Magazine about Boulder Dental Arts and gluten-free dentistry.


The Daily Camera stops by Boulder Dental Arts to discuss gluten-free dentistry.


Dental patients can opt out of products containing gluten
Yes!  We are becoming increasingly aware of the impact gluten has on our health and wellness.  A growing number of people are finding that removing gluten from their diets leads to more energy, better digestion, weight loss, and an overall sense of vigor; while for others with Celiac disease it is downright dangerous to consume even small amounts of the stuff.


Welcome to what is soon to become the most fabulous dental blog on earth. Learn everything you never knew you wanted to know about oral hygiene, gluten-free dentistry, and then some.