You can replace missing teeth and enjoy eating your favorite foods again with dental implants. Serving Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Parker, Castle Rock, Elizabeth, Centennial and Franktown, Dr. Angela Osborn will efficiently provide a sturdy implant and a beautiful crown, in one location. Please call 303-799-9993 to schedule your appointment.
Dental implants are a long-lasting restorative treatment that can restore damaged smiles. Dental implants can be placed to replace one or more missing teeth, and when cared for properly, can last for the rest of your life. Dr. Osborn has extensive experience in the use of dental implants. It can completely replace a single tooth or implants can anchor bridges, crowns or dentures. Your dental implant will be custom-made to fit your smile comfortably and beautifully.
The dental implant can be placed where the tooth is missing. After the implant is placed, it acts as the root of a tooth and then you can place a perfect shade matched crown on top of the implant. Implants can also secure dentures or bridges because they act as the root of a tooth.
Your implant will look, feel, and function like a natural tooth. It is a great way to replace a tooth in a permanent way. If you are interested in dental implants, please call our office at today! We would love to help you achieve your healthiest, most beautiful smile.
AcceleDent®Trust Dr. Angela Osborn with your Smile!Learn More
What is AcceleDent®? Are you ready to accelerate the speed of your orthodontic care? Do you have a special event coming up, where you would like your smile to look perfect? Do you want relief from the pain of having braces? If you answered yes to any or all of those questions, we have a solution that might work for you!Learn More
Dental ExtractionsTrust Dr. Angela Osborn with your Smile!Learn More
Tooth extraction refers to the removal of a tooth. The extraction of a tooth is avoided whenever it is possible, but occasionally our dentist must pull the tooth. The removal of a tooth may be necessary to return your smile to good health and function.Learn More
Dental HygieneTrust Dr. Angela Osborn with your Smile!Learn More
Maintaining consistent, healthy dental hygiene practices will be beneficial to your overall oral health. When you come to the office for your regularly scheduled appointment, we will make sure your smile is as healthy as possible. However, it is incredibly important that you take good care of your smile at home in between your appointments. Our dentist recommends that you follow these oral hygiene steps to keep your smile healthy:Learn More
Gum RejuvenationTrust Dr. Angela Osborn with your Smile!Learn More
Gum recession is the loss of gum tissue along the gum line and subsequent exposure of the roots of teeth. It can occur as a result of periodontal (gum) disease, the natural aging process, or inadequate or overaggressive brushing and flossing. Common signs of gum recession include overly sensitive teeth and tooth mobility, and teeth that appear longer than others. Gum recession can often cause significant problems for your dental health when left untreated.Learn More
Metal-Free Dental TreatmentsTrust Dr. Angela Osborn with your Smile!Learn More
The use of metals in your fillings, crowns and bridges can potentially pose a health risk. Additionally, the use of metal in your teeth can increase your sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures. Silver fillings can be unattractive in your smile too, drawing unwanted attention to your dental restorations. As an alternative, our dentist offers healthy alternatives like composite dental fillings, which can stabilize your damaged tooth, while looking completely natural.Learn More
Sleep Apnea TreatmentTrust Dr. Angela Osborn with your Smile!Learn More
Do you have trouble staying asleep at night? If so, you might be one of the many people who suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that causes interruptions and pauses in your breathing while sleeping. Obstructive sleep apnea is the result of obstructions in the airway, such as your tongue rolling back into your throat while sleeping. Sleep apnea needs to be diagnosed from a sleep physician. If you have already spoken with your physician, our dentist can help too!Learn More