General Dentistry

Implant, Cosmetic & Family Dentist Serving Aurora, Centennial, Parker, Green Valley Ranch & Nearby Areas of Colorado

December 04, 2018
Digital dentistry, at its most basic, simply refers to dentistry that is enhanced or assisted by computer technology. At our office, we utilize many of these advanced technologies to improve patient safety, satisfaction, and overall experience. During your next routine visit, we would be happy to… Read Full Post
November 26, 2018
A dental crown is a type of restorative dentistry procedure that protects a tooth that has been weakened by decay or another type of damage. Dental crowns are one of the most common types of dental procedures, and can last for a long time and look very natural. Here at Highpoint Dental Care, we… Read Full Post
July 20, 2018
You may think that your child doesn't need to visit the dentist until they're older, since their baby teeth will fall out anyway. However, it's important to maintain good oral health in children from the minute their first tooth makes an appearance. We know that going to the dentist can be a scary… Read Full Post
March 02, 2018
Our dentists and staff are excited to announce our newly designed website is up and running. We hope you enjoy our interactive site and explore the variety of dental services we offer, such as: Cosmetic dentistry Emergency dentistry General and family dentistry We’ve provided generations of… Read Full Post
January 28, 2018
Find a Dentist in Aurora When looking for a Aurora dentist, we hope that you will consider scheduling an appointment with us. Dr. Rowe and Dr. Baltz and our staff at Highpoint Dental Care are dedicated to patients, creating an atmosphere where everyone can feel comfortable, relaxed, and at home. We… Read Full Post
January 16, 2018
An abscessed tooth can be quite undesirable as it can lead to infection, swelling of the face, and severe pain that can prevent you from completing normal, everyday tasks. Below, we take a look at what abscessed teeth really are, how you can identify them and what can be done to prevent or… Read Full Post
December 15, 2017
There are two main types of gum disease: gingivitis and periodontal disease (bone loss). Both of these diseases are caused by plaque, which is a collection of bacteria that lives in the mouth. When plaque is left on teeth around the gum tissue, it can cause inflammation to the gums, which causes… Read Full Post
October 09, 2017
When looking to find a dentist, we recommend that you visit our office and have your teeth checked for signs of bruxism. If you have not heard of this technical term, it is when people grind or clench their teeth at night or throughout the day when they are not eating. This condition, while… Read Full Post
October 09, 2017
As a dental office, we treat patients who are in need of emergency care, routine dental treatments, and preventative care. Regardless of why you come to our office, if you are experiencing discomfort, we will identify what the issue is, treat it, and discuss ways that you can prevent it from… Read Full Post
August 17, 2017
Having gum recession can be frustrating, aesthetically unpleasant, and detrimental to your oral health. If you have started noticing signs of gum recession, or you just want to ensure that it never develops, we have some tips that might be helpful for you to begin utilizing. Visit the dentist. It… Read Full Post