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    Having a beautiful set of straight teeth is essential to having a smile that can make you appear younger and healthier. You can feel more confident and able to put your best foot forward when greeting people. This glowing and perfect smile can be had with a smile makeover through dental veneers.  WHAT ARE DENTAL VENEERS? A veneer is a thin piece of porcelain that is bonded to the front surface of the teeth. The sole purpose of veneers is to restore the natural appearance of a tooth and hide its imperfections. Similar to dentures, veneers are customized restorations for your teeth. Veneers are attached directly to your teeth's enamel during a simple procedure. They are made of tooth-colored materials and are designed to match the shade of the existing teeth. Dental veneers in Littleton, CO, are an effective way to improve both the look and feel of your teeth without having to undergo more invasive procedures like braces or implants. With proper care and maintenance, they can last up to 10-15 years!   HOW CAN THE VENEERS BE BENEFICIAL? Dental veneers in Littleton, CO, are an excellent solution for a wide range of dental problems. Here are some of the benefits of having veneers placed: * Veneers give the appearance of perfectly aligned teeth without braces. * They are super slim and can be easily fitted over existing teeth. * There is very little of the tooth’s enamel removed. * In just two dental visits, the procedure can be accomplished. * They closely resemble the remaining teeth in the mouth. * The placement of veneers is a relatively painless procedure. * They can last for a long time provided they are cared for properly. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF DENTAL VENEERS? When it comes to dental veneers in Littleton, CO, there are different types available in the market. The most commonly used types of veneers are porcelain and composite resin. Porcelain veneers are thin shells that are custom-made to fit your teeth perfectly. They offer a realistic look and feel, making them a popular choice among patients. These veneers can last up to 15 years if taken care of properly. Composite resin is another type of dental veneer that is made from a mixture of plastic and glass particles. Unlike porcelain, these veneers can be applied in one visit since they don't require any customization in the lab. Lumineers®️ is another type of porcelain veneer that provides an ultra-thin option for those seeking minimal tooth preparation before placement. It's important to consult with our dentist in Littleton, CO, about what type of dental veneer fits best with your needs and budget. Choosing the right one can make all the difference when it comes to achieving the smile you desire! One important factor to consider when choosing veneers is the material. Each has its own unique properties that will affect durability, appearance, and cost. Another consideration is the thickness of the veneer needed for your specific situation. Thinner veneers require less tooth preparation but may not be suitable for more severe cases where thicker ones would provide better results. You should also take into account your budget as well as any insurance coverage or financing options available to you. While some materials may be more expensive than others, they may also last longer, which could ultimately save you money in the long run. HOW ARE THE VENEERS PLACED? The veneers are attached in a straightforward process that requires one or two dental visits. Local anesthesia isn’t usually administered when placing veneers.  The dentist will clean the tooth that is receiving the veneer to determine the correct shade. Then, a thin layer of enamel is removed to make space for the veneer. Once the tooth is reshaped, its impression is taken for the fabrication of the veneer and sent to a dental lab. In the meantime, a temporary veneer can be placed till you wait for the permanent veneer. A second session is required for the final fitting of the veneer. The permanent dental veneer is scraped, rinsed, blow-dried, and secured to the tooth with dental cement. It is then hardened by using laser lights for around one minute, and then the edges are polished.  HOW SHOULD YOU CARE FOR YOUR VENEERS? Dental veneers in Littleton, CO, are a great investment for those looking to improve the appearance of their smile. However, it's important to consider how long dental veneers will last before making the decision to invest in them. After getting fitted with the veneers, you must take good care of your teeth to extend your veneers’ lifespan. Brush your teeth twice per day, floss after every meal, and visit your dentist at least twice per year, just as you would with regular teeth. Use gentle fluoride toothpaste, and try to cut down on coffee and tobacco consumption.   Call us at Phone number: (303) 9735280 or schedule an online appointment. "Email us at: to know more about Veneers. IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS CONTACT US (720) 796-4161 [tel:(720) 796-4161]  

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    Root Canal Therapy

    Root canal treatment is an easy and straightforward procedure to give you relief from dental pain and save your teeth. The center of a tooth has a pulp chamber that comprises nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissues that help develop your tooth's roots. When the pulp in this chamber becomes severely infected, it becomes vital to remove the infection. By doing so, the loss of a tooth and other potentially serious conditions can be prevented. The procedure to eliminate the infection is known as root canal therapy. It is a safe and effective method to retain the quality and appearance of your smile.     WHEN WOULD YOU REQUIRE ROOT CANAL THERAPY? Here are some symptoms that may indicate you need root canal therapy:   * Prolonged and continuous tooth pain. * Agonizing toothache pain that radiates to your jaw, neck, or ear. * A pimple on your gum may ooze pus or blood. * Tenderness of the tooth and gum when chewing and eating. * Swelling in the face and neck. * Swollen, tender lymph nodes. * Lingering sensitivity to hot and cold foods. * Discoloration or darkening of the tooth.   If you are exhibiting any of these symptoms, you are most likely to have an abscessed tooth. If the abscess is left untreated, the infection could spread to the jaw and throughout the face. It may even result in tooth loss, requiring additional restorative treatments to reestablish your smile. HOW TO PREPARE FOR ROOT CANAL THERAPY? Preparing for root canal therapy in Littleton, CO, can be nerve-wracking, but it's important to remember that the procedure is routine and has a high success rate. To help you prepare, your dentist in Littleton, CO, will likely provide you with instructions on what to do before the appointment. * One of the most important things you'll need to do is avoid eating or drinking anything for several hours before the procedure. This will ensure that your stomach is empty and reduce the risk of nausea during treatment. * You may also want to consider taking over-the-counter pain medication before your appointment, as this can help alleviate any discomfort during or after treatment. If you're particularly anxious about the procedure, talk to your dentist about using sedation techniques to make it more comfortable. * It's also essential that you let your dentist know if there are any changes in your medical history or medications between when they scheduled the appointment and when it takes place. This information could impact how they approach treatment. By following these steps and communicating with your dental professional, you can feel confident knowing that you've done everything possible to prepare for successful root canal therapy. HOW IS ROOT CANAL THERAPY DONE? Root canal therapy cures problems associated with the soft tissue deep inside your tooth, known as the pulp. The pulp lies underneath a hard layer of dentin and the outer enamel of your tooth. The pulp consists of the blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissues, which help sustain the tooth. The pulp runs from the surface of your tooth to the tip of the roots and is supported by the surrounding tissues. Since your tooth receives nourishment from those surrounding tissues, a fully developed tooth can survive without its pulp. If the pulp gets infected or swollen, it could cause severe pain or lead to a bacterial infection known as an abscess.  During root canal therapy at Ken Caryl Dental, our dentist will remove the inflamed or infected pulp and then clean and shape the insides of the root canal. The area is then filled with a medicated material, and the opening is sealed. The final step is possibly the further restoration of the tooth. A tooth that most often needs a root canal has had a large filling or extensive decay. Hence it has to be strengthened with a restoration, such as a crown, to protect it from breakage and reinstate it to full function. WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF ROOT CANAL THERAPY One of the main benefits of root canal therapy in Littleton, CO, is that it can help to relieve pain caused by an infected or inflamed tooth. This procedure involves removing the damaged pulp from inside the tooth and filling it with a material that prevents infection from occurring again. By doing so, patients can typically expect to experience relief from their symptoms in just a few days. Another advantage of undergoing root canal therapy is that it helps to preserve natural teeth. Rather than having to extract the affected tooth altogether, this treatment allows dentists to repair and restore damaged teeth while maintaining as much original structure as possible. Ultimately though- whether you should consider getting root canal therapy will depend on your individual situation; consulting closely with our dentist in Littleton, CO, would be highly recommended before making any decisions about what treatments might best suit your needs!   Call Ken Caryl Dental at phone number (303) 9735280 or schedule an online appointment. Email us at: to learn more about root canal treatment.

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    Crowns & Bridges

      A dental crown is a prosthetic appliance that is used in many dental restorations. It is used to treat issues such as cracked, chipped, misshapen, worn out, or weak teeth. CANDIDACY AND PRE-FABRICATION The procedure for getting a dental crown involves a thorough screening process. We would consider certain factors, such as external damage, presence of cavities, worn-out biting surfaces, gap available for placing the restoration, the strength of the supporting tooth structure, etc. Based on the observations, we would determine the candidacy for the restorations. We would start off by cleaning the teeth thoroughly. In the case of crowns, the tooth receiving the restoration has to be prepared by buffing. This is done to remove a thin layer of enamel from the tooth surface to accommodate the crown. HOW ARE CROWNS FABRICATED? A highly precise mold of the teeth will be taken using a hand-held digital scanning device. The device allows the dentist [] to observe and map the positions of the teeth clearly. The data from the scans will be sent to a dental laboratory to fabricate the restorations. We use dental-grade tooth-colored ceramic material to make crowns. They will be matched exactly with the color, texture, and translucency of your natural teeth to make them appear as natural as possible. WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE CROWNS?   * Dental crowns can be used for various restorative purposes. Be it weak, worn out, misshapen, cracked, chipped, or badly discolored teeth, crowns can be used to bring them back to their ideal condition. * They offer a high level of customization. Their color, contour, texture, luster, etc. can be modified as required. * They are highly durable, long-lasting, and offer excellent strength. They are widely used to save weak teeth and prevent them from crumbling. * They provide an aesthetic uplift to one’s smile as they can be used to treat issues such as spacing, misshapen or chipped teeth, etc.   WHY CHOOSE KEN CARYL DENTISTRY? Dr. Herzberg, Littleton Dentist [] is a member of the American Society of Implant & Reconstructive Dentistry (ASIRD). ASIRD is committed to improving the quality of care for dental implant [] patients by elevating the standards of surgical and restorative dental education and practice. Not every dentist routinely restores and maintains dental implants.  By using an ASIRD team, rest assured that your dentist routinely restores and maintains dental implants. Learn more about ASIRD []   Need a dental crown? Schedule a consultation with our dentist in Littleton [] at Ken Caryl Dentistry. IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS CONTACT US (720) 796-4161 [tel:(720) 796-4161]

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    Dental Implants

    Dental implants can help you regain your quality of life by replacing your missing teeth. Because if you have missing teeth due to disease, decay, and injury, everyday chores like chewing, speaking, and smiling can be awkward or painful. Worse, it could even harm your oral health.  WHAT IS A DENTAL IMPLANT? A natural tooth has two parts: a root and a crown. When you suffer tooth loss, both the root and the crown are gone. The implant-supported replacement teeth also have the same essential parts. It has a root that holds the tooth firmly under the gum and is anchored into the jaw, and a crown that is the top visible portion used to chew food. The dissimilarity is that the implant is made of titanium.  In the tooth replacement procedure, the dentist first replaces the root with a small dental implant. A prescribed time is allowed for bone to heal and grow around the dental implant. During this time, the bone fuses with the titanium, creating a solid foundation for the false teeth. An abutment that serves as an anchor is then placed on the implant, and a new crown is fastened on top of the abutment. In many cases, a temporary replacement tooth can be attached to the implant immediately after it is fixed. BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS * Enhanced Self-Confidence When your smile is altered by a damaged tooth or several missing teeth, you may find it embarrassing to talk or laugh in social gatherings. A lively, healthy smile can restore your confidence and self-image. * Improved Speech Missing teeth can affect how your tongue works to create certain sounds. Your speech may sound slurred and unclear. Dental implants can help you pronounce words more clearly. * Improved Appearance Missing teeth can weaken your jawbone, causing the shrinking of bone and tissue. This gives your face a hollow and aged appearance. Dental implants keep your jaw strong, replace missing teeth, and give your face a more youthful and fuller look. * Better Diet With dental implants, the functioning of the teeth is fully restored. Biting and chewing healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, and nuts, will be a lot easier. On the other hand, healthy diets can be challenging to maintain when teeth are missing or damaged. * Cost-Effectiveness Dental implants offer an excellent long-term investment for your dental and oral health. Conventional dentures cost less, but they don't prevent bone shrinkage and shifting like titanium implants, and the implants can provide firm anchorage for your teeth that dentures cannot. This can remove costly treatments like bone grafts if a denture needs replacing later. Call us at phone number (303) 9735280 or schedule an online appointment. Email us at to know more about dental implants.  IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS CONTACT US (720) 796-4161 [tel:(720) 796-4161]  

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    Teeth in a day

    In today’s modern and fast-moving world, your smile and personality matter a lot. A person cannot imagine going to work with a chipped or missing tooth. A charming and attractive smile will make you look friendlier and more approachable, as well as raise your overall confidence. If you’re not happy with your smile or appearance, same-day dentistry will help you achieve your perfect smile in a single day. At Ken Caryl Dentistry, our experienced dentists offer same-day dental implants to give you a beautiful, complete smile in a single visit to our dental office in Littleton, CO. * Same-Day Dental Implants Getting your missing teeth replaced with traditional dental implants can usually take about four to six months. This may not be convenient for many people, especially those who interact with people in their professional capacities. Therefore, same-day dental implants can get your missing teeth replaced in a single day with the help of the latest dental technology. The entire process of inserting the implant in the jawbone and connecting the prosthesis is performed in a single day. Same-day dental implants replace missing teeth in just a single visit to the dental office. The implant and the temporary crown on the implant will be placed on the same day, giving you the perfect, full smile while your mouth heals after the procedure. Contrary to the conventional dental implant procedures that typically need two or more dental visits several months apart, same-day dental implant procedures offer the same results faster than ever.   ADVANTAGES OF SAME-DAY DENTAL IMPLANTS Here are the major benefits offered by same-day dental implants:   * They are natural-looking  * They can be placed in a single dental visit * They are durable and long-lasting * Allow the wearer to eat almost all food after the initial healing process   PROCEDURE During the process, the oral surgeon will place the implant into the jawbone at the site of the missing tooth. After placing the base of the dental implant successfully, the dentist will give you a temporary set of teeth that are similar to natural teeth. Unlike conventional dental implant procedures that need a healing period between the placement of the implant and the crown, same-day dental implants allow the dentist to immediately place the implant and the crown.  ARE YOU A CANDIDATE FOR SAME-DAY DENTAL IMPLANTS? Not everyone is an ideal candidate for the same-day dental implant procedure. To determine your candidacy for the procedure, our expert dental professional will analyze your dental condition. You need to meet the following criteria to be suitable for the procedure:   * Have adequate bone density in the site of placement of dental implants.  * Do not have any ongoing medical conditions that could affect bone healing. * Have healthy oral tissue. * You do not have the habit of teeth grinding []. * You are looking to have an immediate functional and cosmetic outcome.    Call us at phone number (303) 9735280 or schedule an online appointment. Email us at to know more about same-day dentistry.  

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    Emergency Dentist

    A dental emergency consists of any tooth and gum-related problems that have to be resolved quickly. Some people will require emergency dental care when they start to experience pain that has become unbearable or after being unfortunately injured in an accident. In such instances, emergency care is of utmost importance to get immediate relief. COMMON DENTAL EMERGENCIES * A Knocked-out Tooth A knocked-out tooth can be saved with prompt emergency dental care. But one should be careful when handling the tooth. It should be picked up by the top surface, not the root. Then you should rinse the tooth in water without scrubbing it and try to reinsert it into its socket. If this cannot be done, carry the tooth in a glass or container of milk on your way to the dentist. * Chipped, Broken, or Fractured Teeth Dental ordeals such as these can be harrowing. If this happens, you should not wait for your regular dentist or an appointment. Try to seek emergency services at the earliest time. Meanwhile, applying a cold compress to your face in the affected area may help manage the expected swelling.  * Dental Abscess If you are experiencing a severe, agonizing toothache, temperature sensitivity, swelling, and a fever, you may have an abscess. You can see the abscess in the mirror and it appears as a swollen bump on your gums. It’s essential to take this condition seriously, as ignoring it can be potentially life-threatening. The chances of the infection spreading to the other parts of the mouth will be increased.   HOW TO AVOID DENTAL EMERGENCIES Though many dental emergencies can result from a totally unexpected accident, many dental emergencies can be prevented.  * Wear a Mouthguard It is very crucial to wear a mouthguard while participating in sports activities, especially for contact sports such as football, hockey, or boxing. There are various kinds of mouthguards available, including custom-made, boil-and-bite, and ready-to-use mouthguards. * Avoid Using Your Teeth as a Tool It is a bad idea to use your teeth to open packages or bottles. Many dental emergencies, unfortunately, are the result of injuries linked to these activities. * Avoid Munching Hard Foods Ice, hard slices of bread, and other tough foods often cause breaks, chips, or different kinds of dental damage. Hence it is best to avoid munching on hard foods. * Practice Good Oral Hygiene By practicing good oral hygiene, you can avert many dental emergencies, especially tooth decay and gum disease. Diligent care of your teeth can help prevent situations from evolving into a dental emergency. Call us at phone number (303) 9735280 or schedule an online appointment. Email us at: to know more about our emergency dental care services. IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS CONTACT US (720) 796-4161 [tel:(720) 796-4161]