Welcome To Midtown DentalYour Dentist In Denver, CO
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Our team at Midtown Dental strive to provide the best in dentistry services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our services and join our patient family by scheduling a dental appointment at our Denver office.


Patients throughout the Denver area come to Midtown Dental because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation. Our team are dedicated to keeping our patients comfortable and well-informed at all times.

    DR. ANDERSON PUT NEW LIFE IN MY BODYWhen I first started going to Dr. Anderson I was in great pain with my back. It started by slipping and throwing my back out. There’s just one thing I can say before I got help from Dr. Anderson is I was one miserable lady. I tried heating pads, cold packs and even salves to help my problem and all of them were unsuccessful. I heard a lot of Dr. Anderson from his TV advertising. I picked him myself and I am so glad I did! Dr. Anderson

    L.J.

    I’M ALMOST AS GOOD AS NEWBefore coming to see Dr. Anderson and his wonderful staff, I had fallen on the ice a couple of times and injured my lower back. I had extreme lower back pain, particularly on the right, with lower leg/toe numbness and tingling. I was kind of dealing with the pain until one morning I was bending over to feed my dog and the pain shot through me. It was so bad I could hardly move. I had tried a physical therapist but it didn’t help at all. I heard about D

    L.S.

    My problem was my lower back, It kept going out and I had been suffering off and on for years. It started at work. I pulled two discs out, my 4th and 5th vertebra. I found out about Dr. Anderson through our new work insurance. On my first visit, Dr. Anderson took some x-rays and treated my back with very nice treatments. Dr. Anderson told me that a few discs were out in my lower back. Dr. Anderson improved my life as my problem is gone now, I feel great and I hope it stays that way. H

    S.S.
  • Dental Crowns

    A damaged tooth can happen to anyone. Whether you cracked your tooth while eating a hard snack or your tooth crumbled due to decay, we are able to treat any dental issue you are facing. Our goal is always to preserve as much of the tooth as possible, whenever possible. If you have a weak, worn-down or damaged tooth then we may recommend getting a dental crown.


  • Dental Implants

    Comprised of a titanium screw, metal abutrment, or post, and lifelike porcelain crown, the single tooth implant spans smile gaps beautifully. It also supports surrounding teeth, prevents tooth drift and strengthens the jaw bone.

  • Family Dentist

    Seeing your family dentist regularly helps build a good relationship between the dentist and your child. Starting these healthy habits early helps your child take their oral health seriously as they grow older. Additionally, This positive relationship between dentist and child allows for a solid foundation on which your child can build a healthy dental routine into adulthood.

Dental Crowns

What are dental crowns?

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are hollow, tooth-shaped shells that slip over teeth to protect and strengthen them. Since the crown encases a tooth completely, the restoration is a good choice if you want to conceal an imperfection. Crowns must be tough enough to handle the strong forces involved in chewing and biting. They're made of a variety of durable materials, including porcelain, porcelain-fused-to-metal, resin, ceramic, gold and nickel.

Why are crowns recommended?

Your dentist may recommend a crown if you have one of the following problems:

  • Cracks and Chips: Cracks and chips can weaken teeth and make them more susceptible to breaking. Adding a crown to your tooth strengthens it and prevents it from breaking.
  • Broken Tooth: A crown restores a broken tooth and allows you to use the tooth to bite and chew again.
  • Recent Dental Procedures: Large fillings and root canals are needed to repair and restore teeth, but they also tend to weaken teeth. A crown is necessary to protect and stabilize your tooth after these procedures.
  • Discolored Teeth: Dental crowns hide discolorations that can dull your smile.
  • Oddly Shaped or Crooked Teeth: When one tooth doesn't look the others, you may feel self-conscious about your smile. Crowns help the tooth blend in with surrounding teeth.
  • Short Teeth: It can be harder to bite or chew if one tooth is much shorter than surrounding teeth

Our location

Office Hours

Primary

Monday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-2:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Call (303) 952-0689