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Is Mouthwash Beneficial?

According to market studies, more than 200 million people use mouthwash in the U.S.  It gives a sense of fresh breath, but are there truly other benefits? Let’s take a look. Mouthwashes are typically classified either as cosmetic, therapeutic, or a combination of the two. Cosmetic mouthwash simply help remove oral debris before or after… Read more »

Ways to Avoid Dental Anxiety in Your Child

Ways to avoid dental anxiety in your child include early exposure, proper timing, good example, and positive experiences.  Children often find dental visits traumatic, which may trigger serious dental anxiety at a later age.  It’s hard to manage sever dental phobias if not addressed properly at an early stage.  You have the duty, as a… Read more »

The Secret to Fresh Breath

Do you know someone who has consistent bad breath? Although an underlying problem such as periodontal disease can cause bacteria to collect and inhabit the oral cavity causing halitosis, a few simple steps can help prevent every day bad breath. Follow these few tips to ensure daily, fresh breath. ·Brush for at least two minutes… Read more »

Whitening Systems

1. Crest Whitening Strips may work okay for you, but they are relatively weak, do not whiten all of your teeth, and may leave a line where the strip doesn’t cover the entire tooth. 2. The 1 hour in-office systems marketed have a greater chance of success on those people in the range of 18-25… Read more »

How Can You Tell Your Tooth Needs a Root Canal?

Only your dentist can make the final determination that your tooth requires root canal treatment. And when making this judgment, we must not only establish that it seems the right solution for the symptoms you display but also that the overall condition of your tooth warrants the time and expense required. In general, however, during our… Read more »

How to Determine the Best Dentist In Denver For You

Q:  Is education important to you? A:  Dr. Corson has done over 2,000 hours of post graduate education.  He is also a faculty member at two different dental schools. Q:  Do we offer financing options? A:  Here is a link to our blog on our financing options.  We pride ourselves in helping patients be able to… Read more »

Dental Insurance

Corson Dentistry accepts most dental insurance.  There is a list below showing which we are in network with. -Aetna -Ameritas -Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield -Cigna -Carington -Dental Benefit Providers -Dental Health Alliance/United Health Care -Dental Wellness Partners -Delta Dental-PPO/Premier/CHP+ -Dentemax -Guardian -Humana -Metlife -United Concordia We are not in network with the following dental… Read more »

Invisalign – The Clear Alternative to Braces

Invisalign is a virtually invisible solution, so you can smile confidently both during treatment and after.  Using a series of clear removable aligners, Invisalign gradually moves your teeth toward the smile you’ve always wanted.  And, almost no one will know you’re wearing them unless you tell them. Invisalign is comfortable to wear and easy to… Read more »

Flexible Financing at Corson Dentistry

We offer many financing options to help you be able to afford the treatment you need now.  We know that teeth do not get better with time, they only become worse and more costly.  Let us help you afford to do it now. In House Financing:  3 monthly payments, no credit check and no interest…. Read more »

Implant Retained Dentures

Do you have dentures that don’t fit well?  We have great news for you!!  Dr. Corson has the solution to your problems! Implant retained dentures are much like conventional dentures but have a type of attachments that allow them to be secured into place on 2 or more dental implants.  This is done with a… Read more »