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15 Widefield Blvd., Colorado Springs, 80911
111 N. 10th, Canon City, CO 81212
Dr. Kimberly Batterson has been practicing orthodontics in Colorado Springs for 19 years. She was born and raised in Iowa but has since considered Colorado her home. She attended the University of Iowa for her Bachelor of Science Degree. She then attended dental school there receiving her Doctor of Dental Science. Afterward, at the University of Iowa, Dr. Batterson completed her two-year residency in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics receiving her Masters in Science. She is board certified with the American Board of Orthodontics.
Since renovating her office, Dr. Batterson has the latest in technology and advancements in orthodontics, including having intraoral scanners, diode lasers and 3-D imaging. She is passionate about treating the bite, the face, the joint and the patient’s airway. She believes it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis before rushing to a treatment plan.
Dr. Batterson recently finished her 6-year term on the Council for Orthodontic Healthcare for the Rocky Mountain Society of Orthodontists (RMSO). She has been active in the RMSO for most of her career and believes in giving back to the profession. She is also a member of the American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association, Colorado Springs Dental Society, the American Association of Orthodontists and the American Board of Orthodontists. In addition, she participates in many local and national study clubs, including the local Seattle Study Club, Spears Study Club and the Southwest Angle Society. “My passion is learning. I feel blessed to have so many bright colleagues around me that I can discuss difficult cases with. You’re never too old to keep learning.”
Dr. Batterson is married with two children. They love living in Colorado with all the outdoor opportunities it offers. They enjoy skiing, mountain biking and climbing fourteeners as a family. In her free time, Dr. Batterson is an avid runner. She is also involved in the local National Charity League (NCL) with her daughter, Abigail.
Dr. Batterson feels very fortunate that she has found a career that is as rewarding to her as it is to her patients. “It is a great feeling knowing that my work brings a positive and lasting change in my patients’ lives,” Dr. Batterson says.