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3 Benefits of Widening Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers in Ft. Collins, CO

July 27, 2017

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentistry — Tags: — drlindsey @ 9:28 pm

Veneer applied to toothHave you been told that you have a gummy smile? Maybe your teeth appear narrow or tilt inward? To expand your arch, there are several lengthy and invasive procedures that can be used; however, you really do not want to undergo the hassle. Now, you can widen your smile with porcelain veneers in Ft. Collins, CO. The simple, minimally invasive procedure allows you to broaden the appearance of your teeth in as little as two appointments. At Aspen Dental Care, Dr. Shiloh D. Lindsey will transform your confidence with a natural-looking solution that offers three amazing benefits.

Dentist in Ft. Collins Offers Options for Improving a Smile

June 19, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 2:49 am

Your dentist in Ft. Collins provides a range of cosmetic options. You know you have options for improving cosmetic imperfections in your smile, but what are they? And which ones would suit you best? There is no one-size-fits-all in dentistry, after all. If you have an artificial front tooth or something like dental bonding in the front of your smile, for example, you may not be a candidate for teeth whitening. Learn more about your options in cosmetic dentistry from your dentist in Ft. Collins, Dr. Shiloh Lindsey.


Dentist in Ft. Collins Has 4 Tips for a Healthier Smile

May 31, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 5:48 pm

The dentist in Ft. Collings provides comprehensive care. Ok, we know you’ve been brushing your teeth since you were a tiny little thing. But if you’re like most adults, you’ve lost some of the proper techniques along the way. Don’t worry — we all need a brush up on the basics from time to time! To help, your dentist in Ft. Collins has 4 simple tips for better oral hygiene below. Have anything you’d like to add? Let us know about it during your next checkup and cleaning!


3 At-Home Preventive Tips from Your Dentist in Ft. Collins

April 20, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 9:46 pm

Get the preventive care you need from your dentist in Ft. Collins. You’ve been brushing and flossing your teeth for years now (hopefully)! After so long, your dental hygiene routine can become just that—routine. Each morning your brush and floss your teeth becomes more numbing and rushed. You’ve noticed that you don’t pay attention to the point of caring for your teeth at home: to effectively remove harmful debris, bacteria, and plaque from your teeth and gums. Your dentist in Ft. Collins wants to help revitalize your brushing and flossing routine. These tips will hopefully refocus your attention on maintaining healthy teeth and gums rather than rushing through your dental routine.


How to Choose a New Dentist in Fort Collins

March 9, 2017

Filed under: Family Dentistry — drlindsey @ 6:53 pm

Your dentist in Fort Collins provides complete dental care.Your dentist is an invaluable asset to have by your side over the years to ensure the health of your teeth and gums. However, choosing a dentist who can meet your individual dental needs can be a challenge. As time goes on, your dental needs will change. You need a dentist in Fort Collins who can accommodate the changes while providing you with the care you deserve. To find the best dentist to meet your individual needs, there are many factors to consider prior to making your final decision.

New Year’s Resolution Tips By Your Dentist in Ft. Collins, CO

February 24, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 8:55 pm

How can you keep your New Year’s Resolution to make your smile healthy and happy in 2017? Follow these 3 easy tips from your dentist in Ft. Collins, CO.                This New Year’s Eve, you and your family threw a great little party at home – you stocked up on some treats from Whole Foods on South College Avenue and made sure to grab party hats and noisemakers from Life of the Party. You and your husband toasted to 2017, and your kids squealed and burst into laughter and smiles when the clock struck midnight. Looking at your family, you know this year is the time to set a good example for the kids when it comes to dental health. Whose advice can you follow to keep your teeth healthy all year long and make sure your family follows suit? Take these tips from Dr. Shiloh Lindsey, your dentist in Ft. Collins, CO. (more…)

Fort Collins Dentist Dr. Lindsey Wants to See You Twice in 2017!

February 12, 2017

Filed under: General Dentistry — Tags: — drlindsey @ 8:56 pm

When’s the last time you saw the dentist? The correct answer to that question is one, two, three, four, five or six months ago—but not seven! The American Dental Association advocates for twice yearly dental checkups and Fort Collins dentist Dr. Shiloh Lindsey agrees. With this regularity, we can closely monitor the condition of your teeth and gums in order to spot any concerning changes before they get out of hand.  Get Clean and Healthy Teeth with a Checkup We know that you care about the smiles in your family—that’s why you make sure everyone brushes at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and flosses, too. However, that’s simply not enough. At a dental checkup, our hygienists have the proper instruments and take the time to clean each one of your teeth individually. We’re able to remove surface stains that might eventually mar the appearance of your otherwise white smile. We also floss between your teeth to remove plaque buildup along the gum line. These procedures not only enhance the beauty of your smile, but also help to ensure that you have healthy teeth.  Pass the Test with a Dental Exam In addition to cleaning and polishing your teeth, we also examine your teeth, your gums and your entire oral cavity at one of your regular dental checkups. We do this in order to locate problems early when they are more easily treated. For example, Dr. Lindsey visually checks each tooth and examines annual digital x-rays. She does this to find the signs that indicate the beginning of a cavity, a hidden crack that threatens the integrity of a tooth or an existing filling in need of repair or replacement. In each of these cases, early intervention can prevent a procedure that is more invasive and more costly.  Shhh…It’s Gum Disease Gum disease is a quiet problem. Very often the early warning signs can go unnoticed. To spot gingivitis—the first phase of gum disease—as soon as possible, our hygienist will measure the depth of gum pockets, which are the areas immediately surrounding each tooth. A depth greater than four millimeters may be a sign of gum disease. If present, Dr. Lindsey may recommend that you follow a more stringent cleaning routine at home or in the case of more advanced gum disease, periodontal therapy in our office may be necessary.  Finally, we’ll examine your entire oral cavity as well as your cheeks, lips and throat for the early warning signs of oral or pharyngeal cancer. Both of these cancers are highly treatable and curable when discovered early.  Call Our Office Today If it’s been more than six months since your last dental checkup, then call Dr. Lindsey at Aspen Dental Care to schedule an appointment. When’s the last time you saw the dentist? The correct answer to that question is one, two, three, four, five or six months ago—but not seven! The American Dental Association advocates for twice yearly dental checkups and Fort Collins dentist Dr. Shiloh Lindsey agrees. With this regularity, we can closely monitor the condition of your teeth and gums in order to spot any concerning changes before they get out of hand.


With TMD Therapy in Ft. Collins, Smiling is not a Pain in the Neck

December 24, 2016

Filed under: TMD therapy — Tags: — drlindsey @ 8:49 pm

Have a pain free smile with TMD therapy in Ft. Collins.The acronyms TMJ and TMD are often used interchangeably. They shouldn’t be, however, because they refer to two different but related concepts. TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint; TMD stands for temporomandibular joint disorder. Everyone has TMJs, but not everyone has TMD—the often painful consequences of having a temporomandibular joint that does not function properly. If you need TMD therapy in Ft. Collins, then Aspen Dental Care offers treatment with either an oral bite appliance or Botox, so you can smile pain free.


Dental Implants in Ft. Collins, CO

November 24, 2016

Filed under: Implant Dentistry — Tags: — drlindsey @ 7:03 pm

Dental implants in Ft. Collins are the perfect gift for someone with tooth loss. No matter how many people are on your gift list, there’s always room for one more, right? Especially if the recipient happens to be you! This Christmas, treat yourself to the gift that lasts a lifetime—a complete smile. With dental implants in Ft. Collins, CO, Dr. Lindsey and her team at Aspen Dental Care can replace a missing tooth and give you a smile that you’ll share confidently at holiday gatherings.


You Can Get Botox in Ft. Collins in 10-Minutes

October 31, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 7:49 pm

What can Botox in Ft. Collins do for me?You find yourself sitting quietly at the table as everyone tells stories about their day. You’re usually not this taciturn, but it’s literally painful for you to talk. Ever since you woke up this morning, your jaw has been clicking and popping. Even the meal you just had was a task to eat because of the pain in your jaw. You just wish you could make it stop. Now you can with Botox in Ft. Collins from Aspen Dental Care with Dr. Shiloh Lindsey. (more…)

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"You far exceeded anything I expected. I felt the positive vibes the minute I went inside. I never thought I would say I enjoyed going to the dentist, but I did....even don't mind the coming major work to be done. I can't think of a thing to change." - Kay
"We always feel that not only are we getting quality care from you and your staff, but that you all help make the experience comfortable." - Marilyn
"Julia is great. Thanks also for calling me to let me know the start time would be delayed. Very considerate!!!!!" - Steve
"Michelle and Dr. Lindsey were wonderful and explained everything to me in detail (realizing I have a lot of work to do). Teeth and gums will be in much better shape on my next visit. THANKS!!!!!!"" - Charles

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