20921 E. Smoky Hill Rd., Suite A | Centennial, CO 80015 | Phone: 303.690.7778

Family and Cosmetic Dentist

When you choose a dentist to take care of you and your family's teeth and gums, you want to make sure the practice invests in latest dental technology that will make treatment more effective and more comfortable. Cosmetic dentist Dr. Richard Wallace uses a variety of technologically advanced equipment and is always looking for ways to improve patient results and enhance the patient experience.The state-of-the-art technology Dr. Wallace already uses includes:

Digital X-Rays

Digital x-rays are more precise, detailed and efficient than traditional film based x-rays. Digital x-rays are safer for the patient, reducing radiation exposure. They are also safer for the environment.


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Laser Cavity Detection System (DIAGNOdent®)

Laser cavity detection is a major technological advancement in the early detection and diagnosis of cavities.

This system allows Dr. Wallace to detect, diagnose, and treat cavities before they become larger

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MicroDentistry / Air Abrasion

Air abrasion is a drill-free technique used for the removal of small cavities, discolorations and stains. A small hand piece removes decay, discoloration or stain by propelling a stream of clean, dry air mixed with tiny abrasive particles onto the surface of the tooth.

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Laser dentistry is used in many different ways. Lasers are used in both cosmetic dental procedures and general dental procedures. They remove bacteria and tooth decay, can end tooth sensitivity, reduce excess gum tissue, and more

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Cosmetic Imaging

Cosmetic imagining is used to visualize smile enhancements before treatment begins.

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We value your health and safety

Dr. Wallace and his team strictly adhere to the most current, advanced guidelines for infection control and instrument sterilization from the Center for Disease Control, the American Dental Association and OSHA.

Reusable instruments and supplies are sterilized, then sealed until the next use. Our sterilization equipment is state-of-the-art.  Disposable items, intended for one use, are used whenever possible.
Dr. Wallace and his staff use a variety of protective barriers that are used once and then thrown away.

In the exam rooms, all surfaces are disinfected after each patient visit.

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