The Colorado Springs Dental Society Announces Their Top Dental Picks.
They are more than simply the components of your smile; your teeth and gums are connected to your overall health in a multitude of ways. Of course, we do what we can to ensure that they stay clean and healthy, including brushing, flossing, checkups, and cleaning. However, all the interconnected anatomical parts that make up your mouth—teeth, jaws, lips, cheeks, hard and soft palates, tongue—play parts in a number of critical physiological processes, such as digestion, respiration, and speech. This is why your dental professional spends so much time poking around in there and why it’s important to develop a relationship with a doctor (or a range of specialists) who understand how all of these parts work together.
On the following pages, we have recognized a group of these talented and caring professionals—dentists, oral surgeons, orthodontists, periodontists, prosthodontists, and endodontists—who have been chosen by their peers for excellence in their respective fields. This is not an exhaustive list of highly qualified dental professionals by any means. Your confidence in your own dentist is the most important part of that relationship, accompanied by insurance coverage, geographic location, and your personal preferences. We simply want to share those professionals in the field who have garnered the confidence of their peers to keep you informed, and—above all—to keep you healthy.