Dental Services Offered
Denver, CO Dentistry
Welcome to Artistic & Family
Artistic & Family Dental Center is a family practice run by a husband and wife team that focuses on making sure patients of all ages are comfortable, happy, and rarely referred out for any dental services (extractions including wisdom teeth removal, root canals, implants, you name it!). We also emphasize communication and want all our patients to be informed decision makers and fully understand any dental issues they may face. We provide compassionate, nonjudgmental care and ensure all our patients will feel great about their smiles! Since the doctors and team have had their own fair share of toothaches in the past, we have exceptional compassion for pain and will make sure any dental emergencies are seen right away, and offer extended evening and weekend hours. Don’t hesitate to call us at 303-758-2980.
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They are a friendly & knowledgeable staff who keep track of you as a patient in their practice. They are also good at handling emergency issues like when a crown falls out. Good choice.
Fantastic, caring staff. Very patient and accommodating. Takes time to explain what they are seeing and doing. Flexible evening and weekend hours. Would recommend this practice and staff to anyone!
Thanks so much for being so wonderful all these years, and it appears that the new Dentists compliment the already stellar team in place, so how wonderful is that? Great things to come and we are grateful 🙏. Diana and Maryann
I have really enjoyed my visits at Artistic Dentistry. The dentist is so intelligent and knows his job and I feel he really enjoys what he does,and his staff are so very nice and professional and they make you very welcome to be there. In my heart there the best thank to each and everyone of you for all you help in my Dental needs.
25, September 2019
Marie Ridgeway (Mar)
Just a superb Dental experience. The staff and Doctors treat you like you’re their only Client. They have a membership that reduces cost of services by a substantial amount. They’re open weekends. Very caring people. I’ve been a client for nearly ten years and have never been happier. If you’re scared of Dentists, these people will take your fear away. They truly care about your comfort and well-being.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Same Day Appointments Available?
Yes! We try our best to fit in any same day emergencies. If you do not have an emergency but are looking for a new dental home for cleanings, maintenance, etc., you can typically still be seen within a few days of contacting us.
Do you take insurance?
Yes we accept most insurances. We do not accept Medicaid at this time. We also offer an in-house insurance plan if you are uninsured but want the reduced cost benefits of an insurance plan. We also accept alternative payment plans such as Care Credit, etc.
My teeth feel fine, do I still need to see a Dentist?
Yes, regular maintenance by a professional is necessary to ensure healthy white teeth for the rest of your life. Additionally, often a tooth may feel fine until it is too late. Regular checkups by a dental professional can ensure any cavity or crack is caught early before it becomes symptomatic and needs more invasive intervention.
How can I take care of my teeth between dental checkups?
We recommend flossing and brushing at least twice per day with ADA approved toothpaste.
At what age should I start taking my child to see the dentist?
You should bring your child to the dentist as soon as your child has their first tooth or reaches age 1 year old, whichever is first!
How often should I see the dentist?
Most patients are seen twice a year for a cleaning and checkup.
How often should I brush my teeth?
We recommend brushing your teeth at least twice per day. Or if you want to be a super rockstar in your oral health, you can brush your teeth 30 minutes after every time you eat. It is important to wait 30 minutes after eating because the process of eating lowers the pH of the oral cavity. 30 minutes allows your saliva to buffer the acidity of your mouth to a safe pH for brushing.
How do I schedule my next checkup?
Give us a call at 303-758-2980 and we will schedule for you!
Do I need to arrive early for my first dental appointment?
Please arrive at least 20 minutes early to fill out new patient paperwork.
What should I do if I require pre-medication?
The ADA has changed requirements for premedication to include only those with prosthetic cardiac valves, prosthetic material used for cardiac valve repair, those with a history of Infective Endocarditis, a cardiac transplant with valve regurgitation due to a structurally abnormal valve, congenital (present from birth) heart diseases including unrepaired cyanotic heart disease including palliative shunts and conduits, any repaired congenital heart defect with residual shunts or valvular regurgitation at the site of or adjacent to the site of prosthetic patch or prosthetic device. Most notably those with artificial knee or hip joints have been removed from the list requiring antibiotic prophylaxis. However, if you are under the instruction of a physician to take antibiotic prophylaxis, contact your physician and either have them write a prescription for the antibiotics you need to take 1 hour prior to your dental appointment, or bring your physicians instructions to our clinic and we will write the prescription for the antibiotic for you.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
Please bring your insurance card and form of identification. If you cannot remember the medications you are taking please bring a list with you for our records.
What should I do if I have a dental emergency and can’t get ahold of my dentist?
Give us a call and we will make sure to manage your emergency. If we are closed, Dr. Chang and Dr. Z have an emergency phone in their home to answer any emergencies after hours, listen to the directions on our voicemail at 303-758-2980 to contact their emergency phone.
Why are my teeth sensitive to cold?
It is natural for healthy teeth to have cold sensitivity. Cold sensitivity may become a red flag if the pain lingers longer than a few seconds or if it rapidly worsens in a short period of time.
Why do my gums bleed?
Gums may bleed due to the presence of soft buildup (plaque) or hard buildup (calculus). Sometimes this buildup can be seen by the naked eye when you look in the mirror, sometimes the buildup is hiding underneath the gums and can only be seen on Xray. If your gums bleed when you brush or floss (or when you do nothing at all), give us a call and we will evaluate.
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