Advanced Dental Technology

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Advanced Dental Technology
Advanced Dental Technology is listed in the Dental Laboratories category in Denver, Colorado. Displayed below are the social networks for Advanced Dental Technology which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Advanced Dental Technology on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Advanced Dental Technology is:
2000 Wadsworth Blvd
Denver, CO 80214
(303) 274-4969

"Advanced Dental Technology" - ZapScore Report

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Advanced Dental Technology has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that Advanced Dental Technology has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Denver, Colorado is 38 and in the Dental Laboratories category is 29. Learn more about ZapScore

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Sometimes a dental appointment is just a dental appointment. Fixing a front tooth makes a big change right away leaving everyone feeling happy. But sometimes when we review medical history, we find out about either a patient or their loved one going through difficult times. Caring on our part extends beyond the mouth. Recently I came across a prayer not just for our friends and family in need of healing from illness, but also for the caregivers. So whether you pray to a greater Being, or simply have good wishes in your heart, remember to send those good wishes and vibes for caregivers as well as those who are sick. One of our patients brought a beautiful bouquet of daffodils to thank us earlier in the week, and I gave them to one such caregiver patient today. After hearing of her woes, I saw the flowers and just felt they would brighten her day. She had a big smile and said her family would really appreciate them! Those special small acts of kindness mean a lot. On the giving and receiving end.

https://www2.cdc.gov/nip/adultimmsched/results.asp Vaccines are not just for children! You middle agers and seniors protect yourselves! Just spoke with someone who is still suffering from pain post SHINGLES. He did not realize there was a vaccine for it. The website from the CDC cited here lets you know what vaccines are recommended for you (to then discuss with your doctor to verify your individual health issues and whether any modifications are suggested).
Adolescent and Adult Vaccine Quiz

Our last patient today said she was feeling better from the "therapy" of being with us (ok it was just a check up and no drilling..). We all have stress in our lives, and sometimes more than others. I shared with her the words of a friend, now deceased, when she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in her early 60's: "My friends and family have been completely astounding and all in all it's been a wonderful five months, all things considered. The silver linings to this particular cloud, as I have not tired of pointing out, are 1)I won't outlive my money; 2)I won't outlive my friends; 3)my likelihood of getting dementia has plummeted; and 4)I'm losing weight!!!!!! Everyone tells me I look wonderful and my standard response is, "Terminal illness becomes me!" I used the illness - and not having to be so careful about money - to get those big red glasses you saw on me, which I have been wanting for years but didn't want to spend the money on. And it turns out they not only make *me* happy, they make lots of other people happy, too - this pleases me." This person was a remarkable person and her spirit continues to uplift others. In Judaism, we say after mentioning a deceased person, "May their memory be a blessing". This is simply telling like it is in this case.

Happy Valentines Day. Enjoy those chocolates. Just remember to brush and floss!

Another patient with eroded teeth likely due to diet soda drinking. Read the labels. Even diet soda has acid in it! Dark sodas have phosphoric acid and light ones have citric acid. It is ok to have a cup of soda with a meal. Not nutritious, but if you enjoy it, go ahead. Do NOT sip it all day long unless you want to erode yoru teeth away. As they gradually wear away, that enamel can never be replaced. You will end up exposing the yellow dentin which in addition to less attractive is also more prone to tooth decay. There is nothing as strong as your natural tooth structure - help preserve it with good home care and diet!