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What to expect: When a patient has been sedated for dental treatment the medications used have a lingering effect and the patient will have a lack of coordination and alertness for a number of hours afterwards.



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Why Dental Implants Work So Well

Barotz Dental | December 20, 2015
Are you missing one or more teeth, or facing the loss of teeth in the near future due to damage or infection? Don’t worry! You have a lot of options to restore your smile to its former glory. You can choose between bridges, partial dentures, as well as various types of implants.

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Barotz Dental Patient Testimonial – Rob

Barotz Dental | December 18, 2013
To schedule an appointment, please call us at (303) 595-4994 or visit us on the web at denverdentist.com

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“Your Smile, Your Image, Your Health”

Barotz Dental | April 3, 2013
Dr. Charles Barotz has just finished writing his second book, “Your Smile, Your Image, Your Health.” 

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Barotz Dental Patient Testimonial – Jannine

Barotz Dental | January 13, 2014
Continuing our weekly patient video testimonial series, this week’s testimonial features our patient Jannine.

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1. How can cosmetic dentistry improve my life?
People seek cosmetic dentistry for a variety of reasons. Some people simply want to look younger. Cosmetic dentistry is like a “dental facelift” that can quickly “reverse” the natural aging process of the teeth. For most people, however, cosmetic dentistry is a way to improve the appearance of unattractive teeth that have made them feel self-conscious about their smile their entire lives. Given the fact that 3 out of 4 adults in the United States feel that an unattractive smile can negatively affect you in business, having a great looking smile is more than a luxury – it’s a necessity.

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What Could We Have Done Better?

Barotz Dental | March 17 2016
It’s no mystery. We love our patients. Every day we ask, “How can I make you smile?” But so often it happens the other way around, when our patients are the ones that make us smile! We take pride in providing the finest dentistry and care available because there is nothing more vital to this practice than quality. Quality of service, quality of comfort, quality of the experience, and of course, quality of treatment. As such, we are constantly asking patients, “What did we do well?” and, “What could we do better?” It is this feedback that helps us grow individually as professionals and collectively as a team. We are grateful to every patient that takes the time out of their busy day to share their Barotz Dentalexperience with the world. One of the Barotz Dental mantras is Quality Quickly. We provide comprehensive dental care under one roof, Total Dental Solutions, because we recognize that time is the single most valuable commodity in this world we live in. With this in mind, we recognize and thank every single patient that has gone online and posted a review about the practice. We do read these, and we take them to heart. Do you have any thoughts about a visit to Barotz Dental that you would like to share with the world? You can find us on GoogleYelp, HealthGradesFacebook and even Rate-A-Biz!

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Although many of us make it a priority to look after our teeth by brushing and flossing daily, limiting our sugar intake, and ensuring that we make regular visits to Barotz Dental, tooth decay can still be a real problem.

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Dr. Charles S. Barotz Brings TruDenta Headache Treatment to Denver, CO for Patients Seeking Migraine Relief in the New YearTruDenta therapy provides new hope for chronic headache, migraine and TMJ sufferers.

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The after-effects of a tooth extraction can be moderately unpleasant. You may have been sedated and feel unwell and light-headed as a result of this. You will almost certainly have a swollen and painful mouth, and this could last for days or even weeks after your extraction.

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The Gum Revolution

Barotz Dental | May 13 2016
Gums are vitally important to our oral health. For years, those who suffered from common problems like gum disease (AKA periodontitis)  and gingival (gum) recession were presented with, in Dr. Barotz’ opinion, primitive and painful treatment options. Here at Barotz Dental, in downtown Denver, Colorado, we are overjoyed to announce that this is a thing of the past, as gum disease and gum recession can now be treated with the most advanced and least invasive procedures in dentistry.

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Barotz Dental Patient Testimonial – Steve

Barotz Dental | August 27, 2013
As part of our patient testimonial video series, this week’s features our patient, Steve.

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Strengthening Our Enamel

Barotz Dental | March 23, 2015
Over the centuries, the knowledge and technology around dentistry has been steadily improving. Dentistry, and the science behind it has always been a top priority for people. The further science and technology get, the more we know about dentistry, and how to improve upon it.

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As a leading dentist in Colorado for over thirty years, Dr. Barotz has always done his best to continue expanding his education. He has immersed himself in the science of sleep apnea, and how he can help patients who have this problem.

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Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is one of the most embarrassing dental conditions. Unlike other dental conditions, chronic bad breath is often stigmatized by society, and few people speak openly about it.

Halitosis can lead to interpersonal relationship issues, low self-esteem, and social anxiety. People with bad breath are labeled as having poor hygiene, which makes people suffering from bad breath feel ostracized, often for a condition they cannot help.

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Oral Cancer Screening

Barotz Dental | December 18, 2017
Cancer is undoubtedly one of the most feared words in the western world. The term is used to describe a group of diseases characterized by the uncontrollable growth and spread of abnormal cells in the body. Failure to manage and control the spread of these cells almost certainly results in premature death.

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What is LANAP?

Barotz Dental | August 19, 2015
Gum disease is a silent, often-painless condition that can affect your health in many ways. Luckily with the advancement of technology we are now able to offset the effects of gum disease without the need for cutting or sewing.

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Barotz Dental Patient Tesimonial – JILL

Brontz Dental | November 6, 2013
Check out our newest patient testimonial from Jill!

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Signs, Symptoms and Prevention of Gingivitis

Bartoz Dental | September 25, 2015
Gums protect and support your teeth as well as the tissue that holds them to the bone. When your gums aren’t healthy, you risk losing those teeth — and damaging your overall health. Gingivitis (gum inflammation) can lead to periodontitis (gum disease), resulting in tooth loss, so it’s very important to take care of this problem as soon as the first signs and symptoms appear.

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Senior Oral Health

Barotz Dental | April 17, 2018

Our teeth are just as important in our senior years as they are our former ones, and as such, maintaining a robust oral hygiene routine is essential regardless of our age. Nevertheless, as we get older many things in our bodies change, and we often find that we need to adapt the way in which we do things to ensure that we remain as happy and healthy as possible.



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Denver, CO gum disease patients can now receive the Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP) to effectively have their gum disease removed. This new laser gum therapy is proven to remove diseased tissue without harming healthy tissue, offering many advantages over traditional gum surgery.


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Gums In, Gums Out, Gums Up, Gums Down

Barotz Dental | June 15, 2016
Last Friday was Gumday at Barotz Dental. After 36 years of serving greater Denver, the Mile High City is fairly familiar with Dr. Charles Barotz’ ability to provide quality, comprehensive dentistry all under one roof. We strive to set the standard of excellence in dentistry and, in an effort to preserve time out of our busy patients’ day, we do this in the quickest, most efficient manner possible. When we think dentistry, most of us tend to think of teeth, but rarely do we think or talk about gums. The fact is, gums are incredibly vital to the state of your oral health and beauty. Sometimes they can take a turn for the worse when oral hygiene becomes a lower priority (as can so often happen with many of us).

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At Barotz Dental our mission is clearly defined:

To enhance the lives of the people that we touch by providing the most up-to-date high quality dental care in a comfortable and personalized matter.



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We have placed porcelain veneers on your teeth. These restorations were placed with the finest materials and techniques available today. You should be aware of the following information about the restorations.

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Invisalign in Half the Time!

Barotz Dental | August 31, 2016

What is SuperFast Invisalign?

SuperFast Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten your teeth. Using advanced 3-D computer imaging technology to project tooth movement, Invisalign creates a series of clear, custom-made aligners that gradually move your teeth into the desired position. With SuperFast Invisalign, you can eat, brush and floss normally, and no one can tell that you are straightening your teeth! At Barotz Dental in downtown Denver, Colorado, you’ll see your own virtual treatment plan right in our office, so you can view your amazing new smile before finishing treatment!



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At this point, you probably already know that flossing should be an essential part of your oral care routine. Not only does it leave your teeth feeling ultra-clean, but flossing also removes most of the microscopic bacteria that gets caught in the gaps between your teeth. It is these nasty, lurking bacteria that cause the plaque that eventually lead to tooth decay, gum disease and a range of other serious health problems. The hardest part about flossing is getting in the habit of doing it - and, even more difficult, is getting your children in the habit of flossing.



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ATTENTION HEADACHE SUFFERERS!!!

Barotz Dental | September 16, 2013
Are you living with persistent headaches, migraines, face or neck pain?

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How To Take Care Of A Dental Crown

Barotz Dental | May 18, 2018

Unfortunately, a small number of patients believe that restorations such as dental crowns mean that it is not quite so important to look after your teeth – after all, porcelain can’t decay. While the latter is true, it is essential for you to continue to pay close attention to your dental hygiene routine if you to retain your natural teeth for as long as possible, and if you want your dental crown to remain functional and attractive for many years too.



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Dr. Barotz was on CBS Denver’s “Haystack” program this past Monday.

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Tips on Maintaining Dentures

Barotz Dental | December 7, 2015
Your teeth need to come out. When you hear those words from your dentist, it can feel hopeless, overwhelming and a little scary. Immediately, images of false teeth soaking on the nightstand in a glass of water come to mind. Maybe you’re afraid of looking old or that you will no longer be able to enjoy your favorite foods. Relax, times have changed.
Today’s dentures are made using state of the art technology. Each set, full or partial, is custom designed to fit each unique individual. Initially, there will be an adjustment period, but, afterward you can rest at ease knowing you’ve chosen the best solution to your dental troubles.

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Are Bad Dentures Ruining Your Life?

Barotz Dental | December 1, 2015
When it comes to dental care, the experts always recommend brushing, flossing and rinsing with an approved mouth wash on a regular basis. Nevertheless, chronic and serious dental health issues can still sometimes occur and, when they do, brushing and flossing are not legitimate solutions to the problem.
If you’ve lost or are losing teeth due to periodontal disease or tooth decay, there are a few options, but dentures are the most common and practical. When faced with the decision of whether or not to get dentures, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons. Once your decision is made, be sure that you have found a caring, qualified and reputable oral surgeon. Not all dental work is flawless, and bad dentures often lead to major problems.

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Free Gum Disease and Dental Implant Seminar

Barotz Dental | July 17, 2013

Summary:
This summer Dr. Charles S. Barotz is offering a select group of patients the opportunity to learn more about gum disease and dental implants. On July 30 patients can join this award-winning dentist, lecturer and author in an informational seminar.



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Patient Interview With Grace

Barotz Dental | June 13, 2013
Grace came to us in March 2013 with multiple cosmetic concerns. Let her share her experience at Barotz Dental…

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 1. How do I know if I have gum disease?

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Some patients experience sensitivity after bleaching.  This sensitivity normally lasts 48hrs.  We recommend over the counter pain medications such as Ibuprofen, Advil or Tylenol to counteract any discomfort you may be having.  If the sensitivity persists more than 3 days, please call our office at (303)595-4994.

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Want Natural Looking Dentures?

Barotz Dental | February 12, 2014
Dr. Charles Barotz of Denver, Colorado takes a very special approach to dentures: he considers each patient who needs dentures as cosmetic patient, and he has developed his own system which he calls “Drop Dead Gorgeous Dentures.” His goal is to provide you with comfortable, exquisite dentures that enhance your face, your smile and your confidence.

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Barotz Dental Patient Testimonial – Tom

Barotz Dental | September 6, 2013
As part of our weekly video patient testimonial series, this week’s features our patient, Tom.

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Rest Easy at the Mile High Sleep Center

Barotz Dental | March 3, 2016
Are you getting enough sleep at night? The average adult is said to need anywhere from seven to nine hours of sleep on a daily basis. If you routinely struggle to get the sleep you need, you could be one of more than 18 million people in the U.S. suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Obstructive sleep apnea doesn’t just compromise your mood, energy and productivity levels at work or in class, it compromises your livelihood. Poor sleeping habits can make drivers more susceptible to traffic accidents, fatal and non-fatal alike. Furthermore, insufficient sleep can cause a rise in blood pressure, increase the likelihood of a heart attack 23-fold and lead to other health threats such as diabetes, stroke and obesity. Simply put, OSA is dangerously common in the United States. If you think you’re suffering from it, read on to learn more about the disorder and the treatments being prescribed by the modern medical experts.

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In our continuous effort to provide the very best treatment for our invisalign® patients, we are proud to use PROPEL® technology in our practice. The SUPERFAST technology, developed by PROPEL® “fast tracks” orthodontic treatments for both braces and aligner treatments.  This exciting technology allows us to get most patients finished in about half the time. While each patient varies, many patients can now have their orthodontic treatment completed in less than one year.

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Gum recession is a common side effect of periodontal disease, and one that can have a devastating effect on the health and beauty of your smile. Patients who are suffering from gum recession will find that the margin of gum tissue that surrounds the teeth either erodes or pulls back, which exposes unnatural amounts of tooth. Sometimes the gum recedes so much that the root is also exposed.

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In business, first impressions are crucial. When meeting new acquaintances, nothing makes a better first impression than a bright, beautiful and memorable smile.

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Of all our facial features, our smile is most commonly cited as the one that we would like to improve. The appearance of our teeth is largely the product of genetics and the habits that we develop in childhood. However, very few of us naturally have the perfectly aligned, pearly white smiles that are so desirable in the present day. Associated with wealth, health, happiness and success, society’s definition of beautiful teeth is driving an increasing number of people to seek a smile makeover, so that they too can own a smile that will make them more confident about their appearance.



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When finding a dentist, it’s common practice to look for a reputable doctor that is conveniently located close to home or work, or both. When it comes to cleanings, preventative care, and maintenance, this logic makes a lot of sense. However, as a mature adult, dental needs can often be much more complex. Many offices around the country are not equipped to treat these complex dental problems, and consequently they are relegated to referring their patients with advanced needs from one specialist to another. When you think about it, patients with a variety of dental problems could spend weeks driving around town for consultations simply to get the advice they need on their path to long-term oral health. For example, a general dentist might refer a patient to a periodontist for gum disease, a different specialist for a dental implant, and finally a third specialist for root canal therapy. This patient could be left waiting for weeks just to get their foot in the door for a consultation at some of these specialists! Not to mention the inconvenience of driving all over town and constant interference with your daily routine, and this is all before you even proceed with treatment!

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Implant Crowns In A Day!

Barotz Dental | January 15, 2015
We’re excited to announce that we now have the ability to make crowns for our patients in a single day! I have crafted and placed thousands of dental crowns. I have always done my best to make sure that if you need a crown; it fits perfectly, is extremely durable, gives you a comfortable bite, and is color matched to look and feel like your natural tooth. Crowns are a type of dental restoration that fully covers the portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line. A cap or crown protects the underlying tooth. Crowns can be used to support a weakened or fractured tooth, protect a damaged or decayed tooth, or to cover a discolored tooth.

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Treating gum recession with surgical grafting is a procedure that involves cutting out a piece of the palate and stitching it in the area of recession once that area has been surgically prepared. This particular technique for treating gum recession has evolved significantly, but despite these advancements, it is still a procedure that would leave my patients in significant post-operative pain for weeks. Recently, I personally ended up with a severe case of gum recession due to some trauma to my gums. I had heard of the Pinhole Surgical Technique but assumed it would not be sufficient for treating my severe problem.

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A smile is a beautiful thing. It can create a feeling of connection and bring happiness to the heart of the one giving it. For some, though, smiling is uncomfortable, even embarrassing because of crooked or missing teeth due to injury or disease.
If smiling is no longer the happy experience it once was, if your mouth remains closed in public settings and you feel self-conscious, know that there are methods that can restore your confidence and end the embarrassment.

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Life Changing Dentistry

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The following information is to help you maintain good oral health for your teeth and gums.

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In the past, treating severe gum recession required grafting surgery, an extremely painful procedure because it harvests gum tissue from the palate of your mouth to correct the recessed areas. While the scalpel, cutting and stitches are scary indeed, the worst part for most patients is the enduring pain stemming from the tissue that is removed from the roof of the mouth.

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A recent study showed that periodontal disease will make someone more prone to kidney disease.

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Q: I’ve been diagnosed with periodontal disease. I want to reverse it ASAP, because I hear it leads to more problems than just tooth decay. What’s my next step?

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The Cost of No Dentistry

Barotz Dental | June 27, 2013
A small excerpt from Dr. Barotz’s new upcoming book, The Power of a Beautiful Smile

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Dream Pays Off with Big Smiles

Barotz Dental | October 2016

For Charles Barotz, a crooked smile can break the heart.

The cosmetic dentist on Denver’s 16th Street Mall specializes in custom-fit dentures and calls himself a “smile doctor.”



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Cosmetic dentist in Denver Dr. Charles Barotz is giving over $200 worth of free dental services to local resident in order to bring dental awareness to the community and at the same time he is helping a local food bank.

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Dear Friends,

It is with great pleasure to announce that I have officially completed my new book, The Power of a Beautiful Smile. I am happy to announce that anyone who purchases TWO copies of my book on  Thursday, June 26, 2014 from BarnesandNoble.com will receive a:



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What are Wisdom Teeth?

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Wisdom teeth used to serve a useful purpose, but are now considered vestigial organs. A vestige is a degenerative or imperfectly formed organ or structure having little or no utility, but in the earlier stage of development of a species performed a useful function. The reasons that wisdom teeth are now "outdated" are many. Until quite recently, our diet included mostly very coarse food, as well as impurities such as dirt and sand. This coarseness would abrade teeth so significantly that they would take up less space in the jaw. Permanent teeth were also frequently lost at an early age, which would create more space in the jaw. Because the diet was so coarse and hard to chew, the jaw itself would develop into a larger bone because of this constant workout. All of these factors would create more space for the wisdom teeth when they came in.

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A new gum disease treatment option is now being offered with the use of laser gum therapy through Dr. Charles Barotz. The Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP) is laser gum therapy that offers advantages over traditional options used to treat periodontal disease. This new gum disease treatment uses a laser to target gum disease while stimulating the bone and leaving healthy gum tissue intact.

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Many people consider toothaches to be one of the worst types of pain that you can have, largely because the discomfort you experience often isn’t isolated in just one area. Not only can you feel anything from a dull ache to a sharp pain in your actual tooth, but you can also suffer from a pounding headache, sore and swollen gums, and even earache. People who have toothaches may find themselves unable to enjoy certain foods or drinks, and may even have their ability to talk normally compromised.

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Melissa shares her experience at Barotz Dental, where Dr. Barotz was able to save some of her damaged teeth.

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Sugary Beverages Raise Tooth Decay Concerns

Barotz Dental | November 7, 2014
Concerns over seasonal beverages containing a large amount of sugar have risen this week after a study found that the incidence of tooth decay rises at an alarming rate with sugar consumption. Health experts warn consumers to beware of the sugar content in what is considered to be the “token” drink of fall, the pumpkin spice latte. As coffee shops across the nation announce the arrival of the seasonal beverage, consumers should note the so-called pumpkin latte very rarely contains any pumpkin.

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At the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, in New Delhi India, a woman brought in her seven year old daughter with swollen gums and severe pain. After taking x-rays Doctors found that the girl was suffering from odontoma, a complex tumor composed of normal dental issues that have grown in an irregular way. 

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At Barotz Dental, as part of our never ending quest to better the patient experience, we are constantly researching and acquiring the latest innovative technologies in dentistry. We are proud to announce a pair of recent additions to our high tech dental practice that are certain to improve the patient experience.

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Veneers vs. Lumineers

Barotz Dental | January 18, 2018
If you are considering cosmetic dentistry to improve your smile, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the number of options available to you. There are many ways in which teeth can be changed to achieve greater attractiveness, and with some procedures sounding incredibly similar, it is not always easy to identify the crucial differences between them.

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Barotz Dental Patient Testimonial – Chris

Barotz Dental | September 24, 2013
Continuing with our weekly video patient testimonial series, this week’s features our patient, Chris

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The Importance of Oral Cancer Screenings

Barotz Dental | September 25, 2014
At Barotz Dental we are always doing our best to stay abreast with the most modern and effective techniques in preventing oral cancer. With the latest improvements in technology and modern cosmetic dentistry, we strive to provide our patients with the best possible oral cancer screening.

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Finding the best dental implant dentist possible should be a priority if you want to secure a great customer experience and successful result. Here are just some of the things that you should look out for when selecting an exceptional dental implant dentist.

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Patient Interview With Rhonda

Barotz Dental | April 25, 2013
Rhonda came to us in 2012, unhappy and embarrassed with the appearance of her smile. We developed an extensive cosmetic treatment plan and gave her a beautiful Drop Dead Gorgeous Smile. Rhonda shares her overall experience at Barotz Dental….

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Do you look in the mirror and wish that your teeth were brighter and whiter? Do you have stubborn discoloration that won’t improve no matter what products you use or how well you brush? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, you most certainly are not alone. While genetics do play a small part in the color of our teeth, the main factor responsible includes the elements that they are exposed to. From heavily colored foods, to nicotine and medications, our once pearly-whites can absorb color from a variety of places, and over time they can become stained and discolored.

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We have the best patients!

Barotz Dental | February 10, 2015
Our wonderful patient Nikki, drew us this lovely thank you card. It is a constant pleasure to treat such kind and wonderful people. We truly have the best patients and it is a treat for us to come to work and take care of their dental needs!

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Silvia
Assistant Office Manager

Silvia is excited to be part of this great team and loves to see the transformations not only in patient’s smiles, but also in their lives. She is the proud wife of a Lakewood police agent  and has a miniature Dachshund named Jessie. In her spare time, she enjoys making jewelry, reading, shopping and visiting her family in Atlanta, GA.



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Take Care of Your Teeth!

Barotz Dental | August 26, 2015

HerLife Ask The Expert – Dental Cosmetics

Barotz Dental | October 6, 2014
Whats Important When Deciding On Dental Cosmetics?

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1. What is No Fear Sleep Dentistry?
At Barotz Dental, we understand that the dental chair is not a fun place to be. For this reason, we offer sedation dentistry or sleep dentistry to help people who suffer from anxiety and fear of the dentist. By opting for sedation dentistry, our patients can get the dental treatment they need while being much more relaxed.
No Fear Sleep Dentistry may be a good option if you:

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Following the delivery of new dentures, there is a variable period of time (generally 2-6 weeks) of adjustment. New dentures often feel bulky and awkward at first. Soft tissues of the mouth now covered may have been open or left uncovered, by a previous denture. This strangeness, although bothersome, is a temporary problem that is usually resolved during the adjustment period. 

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At Barotz Dental, we see it on a near weekly basis: a patient visits our office for a complimentary second opinion consultation with Dr. Barotz after another doctor has recommended they have all their teeth pulled. In some cases, we find the previous doctor’s diagnosis to be correct, and determine that the teeth are not saveable. However, more often than not when seeing a new patient for a second opinion, their teeth are saveable.
 

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Q: Is there a therapy solution for those suffering from headaches, migraines, jaw pain, tinnitus, vertigo or TMJ? 
A: Yes–TruDenta® is a system of care that is helping thousands of patients with these symptoms. It is the only therapy that combines  new dental technologies and the best of sports medicine rehabilitation to provide relief for these problems as opposed to just dealing with the symptoms utilizing drugs. In Colorado, TruDenta therapy is only available at the Denver Headache Center, a division of Barotz Dental.

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This is our first Denver Headache Center/TruDenta patient testimonial.



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TruDenta Patient Testimonial

Barotz Dental | May 16, 2014

Some Facts About Fluoride

Barotz Dental | August 11, 2015
There seems to be a lot of debate surrounding fluoride in recent news, questions of its actual health benefits. At Barotz Dental, we have long supported the fluoridation of water as a deterrent to cavities and promotion of healthy teeth in children and adults. Here’s a list of facts about fluoride and how we came to use it in our daily lives.

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While teeth whitening is the premier cosmetic dental treatment in the U.S. and considered to be extremely safe, a small number of people are not suitable for whitening treatment. This is either due to medical reasons, or because whitening is highly unlikely to be able to create the result desired by the patient.



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Barotz Dental Haystack Clip

Barotz Dental | April 30, 2013
Dr. Barotz was featured as a guest on CBS – Denver on Monday, April 29, 2013.
In this segment, Dr. Barotz educates us about the advantages of a groundbreaking technology used for gum disease, LANAP. He also shows us how to one can lock down their lower dentures with implants, providing the patient with a better quality of life.

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Almost everyone understands the importance of attending regular check-ups with your dentist. After all, they have the knowledge and equipment to be able to identify and assess potential problems before we even know they exist. However, a large portion of the tooth, including the root, is present below the gum line, meaning that it just cannot be seen by the naked eye. In order to see what is going on below the surface, dental x-rays are necessary.

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We’re giving away 4 FREE movie tickets!

Barotz Dental | April 30, 2014
To enter, simple like our Facebook page by visiting.

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We have placed porcelain veneers on your teeth. These restorations were placed with the finest materials and techniques available today. You should be aware of the following information about the restorations.

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Tooth decay is an extremely common problem that will affect almost everyone at some point during their life, regardless of how well they look after their teeth. It's essentially damage that occurs when bacteria that is present in our mouths make acids which eat away at our teeth. When this happens, it can cause the patient a number of problems including pain, infection and even tooth loss.



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At Barotz Dental, we take pride in our ability to provide Total Dental Solutions in a timely, comfortable and personalized manner. However, dental emergencies do happen, and when they do, we are always prepared to deliver for anyone in need.

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We are always reminded that it is important to go to the dentist regularly, but most people don’t understand the full reasoning behind this. According to the American Dental Association, you should visit your dentist at least twice a year for a cleaning and checkup in order to maintain proper health and hygiene for your teeth. During a cleaning session, your dental hygienist can be much more thorough than you can at home. The dentist has equipment that can reach places that an ordinary toothbrush cannot. The following are a just a few of the many reasons you should visit your dentist regularly.

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Over thirty years of practicing dentistry has led me to the realization that
dry mouth is a common problem (known medically as xerostomia). My
main goal is to ensure that each of my patients has the best possible oral
health, because dental issues can lead to many other serious health issues.

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Harmful bacterium which are synonymous with starting infections in the mouth after dental procedures have been a long time problem in the field of dentistry. The use of modern medicine and antibiotics have been able to hinder or slow down these bacteria. However, with the rise of super bugs, researchers are looking into other ways of eliminating harmful bacteria. One such avenue is the revival of a very old idea that was once brushed aside when antibiotics came out and became successful. That avenue is using viruses to eradicate the harmful bacteria.

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Patient Testimonial

Barotz Dental | August 6, 2013
In this short patient testimonial, Danielle shares her experience at Barotz Dental.

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Proper care of the mouth following most dental procedures can reduce complications and speed the healing of the surgical area.



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Are Dental Implants a Good Choice for You?

Barotz Dental | November 10, 2015
The loss of a tooth or teeth can have many consequences, not least of which is that it can affect your facial appearance. Dental implants are the ideal long-term remedy to replace missing teeth as they serve as the roots for replacement teeth. They are also a great alternative to dentures.  The implants provide a sturdy foundation for your permanent or removable replacement teeth, which are designed to match your natural teeth and restore your smile.

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Sleep Apnea and Snoring

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We all know someone who snores right? A little snoring isn’t usually any cause for alarm, but if you spend your nights curled up against someone who snores can make your whole house shake, then chances are you aren’t getting very much sleep! People who snore heavily are also at risk of a much more serious condition – sleep apnea.

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The Cost Of No Dentistry

Barotz Dental | September 17, 2014
Though costs are not at the absolute top of reasons that patients avoid seeing their dentist (as said earlier, fear tops that list), it is a concern as dentistry is costly.

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Facts About Your Mouth

Barotz Dental | September 1, 2015

Midazolam (Versed) and Diazepam (Valium) are medications that can greatly minimize anxiety that may be associated with going to the dentist.  In a relaxed state, you will still be able to communicate with the dentist while treatment is being performed. If desired we can induce a sleep-like state of consciousness where you are still able to respond to us but will not likely remember the dental treatment. Even though it is safe, effective, and wears off rapidly after the dental visit, you should be aware of some important precautions and considerations. The following are a few common questions and important points that will help to ensure a safe and comfortable experience.



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Proper care of the mouth following most dental procedures can reduce complications and speed the healing of the surgical area.



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1. Would saving my teeth be better than pulling them?
If your teeth can be saved, why wouldn’t you? There are several great options to replace teeth if you have them  extracted, but they should be a last resort when the tooth  can’t be saved. Nothing is as good as your natural teeth. With Laser Gum Therapy, it is possible to save teeth that  might have had to be pulled. The removal of bacteria allows  the body to heal naturally, so the gum pockets improve and  the teeth become more stable.

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Tips to Overcome Fear When Visiting a Dentist

Barotz Dental | November 2, 2015
Dental problems are one of the major causes of discomfort in human beings. Many people are afraid to visit a dentist, despite the fact that the dentist can usually help eliminate or at least alleviate their patient’s pain.

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Unless you have already had cosmetic dentistry, generally speaking, there is likely something you would like to change about your smile. For many people, the thing they most want to achieve is straighter teeth.

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Common Questions about Dental Implants

Barotz Dental | November 17, 2017

Dental implants are one of the leading tooth replacement solutions available today. They are also a popular cosmetic dentistry treatment, with patients choosing to replace entire arches of their teeth with these aesthetically pleasing prosthetics that are the next best thing to a natural smile.



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