Arapahoe Dental Clinic


Arapahoe Dental Clinic is listed in the Dentists category in Boulder, Colorado. Displayed below are the social networks for Arapahoe Dental Clinic which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Arapahoe Dental Clinic on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Arapahoe Dental Clinic is:
2525 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 442-1600
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Arapahoe Dental shared Smithsonian Magazine's post.
Now those are some teeth!
From a distance, it looks like an ordinary wild hog. Up close, it's a walking dental disaster. Smithsonian Channel "Crazy Monsters - Fangs"
A male babirusa's canines are an evolutionary mystery: They never stop growing, they're too fragile to hunt or forage with, and, given time, they end up twisting and penetrating the animal's own skull!

Arapahoe Dental shared Dentsply Sirona Endodontics's post.
So cool!
Holy molar! Well, actually they're 3 central incisors and 2 lateral canines, but they are 400 year old dentures!
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient set of dentures while excavating a site in Tuscany.

Arapahoe Dental shared Smithsonian Magazine's post.
That's a lot of teeth!
"This mouth of razorblades is just the necessary feeding apparatus of a super-sized fish." Smithsonian Channel's "Crazy Monsters - Fangs"
While a great white shark's 300 serrated teeth are an amazing hunting adaptation, what's even more amazing is their replaceability. In a lifetime, each shark can grow up to 20,000 of them.

Don't be this person. We recommend replacing your toothbrush every 3 months.
The Onion - America's Finest News Source

Oral health care and tooth health can really affect other systems especially in patients with other medical issues. This is why Dr Harwood and Dr Paylor can not stress enough the need for consistent exams.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A 26-year-old father died after a tooth infection spread to his lungs, the man's grieving wife told KTXL. Vadim Kondratyuk Anatoliyevich, a truck driver, complained of a toothache when he left Truckee for New York two weeks ago, according to the report. During the trip, he stop...