General Dentistry in Denver

Your oral health is our top priority. Through routine appointments and preventive care we can work with you to make your smile as healthy as possible. Professional dental cleanings will remove plaque and tartar buildup and leave you with polished fluoride-enhanced teeth. You will also receive oral hygiene instruction and education and a periodontal screening so that you can leave your appointment confidently knowing you and the team at Riverfront Dental Designs have your oral health in check. We offer the services you need right in your neighborhood, making Dr. Hall the go-to downtown dentist.

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Riverfront Dental Designs
1590 Little Raven Street - Suite 200
Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 720.675.8983

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During cleaning appointments, we will remove plaque and tartar buildup, polish teeth to remove surface stains and have you do a quick rinse with fluoride to strength tooth enamel and prevent tooth decay. We will also conduct a periodontal screening to make sure there are no signs of gingivitis or periodontics. After your cleaning, Dr. Hall or his hygienist will provide you with personalized information on how to develop better oral hygiene skills and prevent cavities and periodontal disease.
If you are in need of more than a cleaning, Riverfront Dental Designs can help. Have a chipped tooth or large cavity? Dr. Hall can fit you with a natural-looking long-lasting crown. A crown (or cap) is a covering that encases the entire tooth surface restoring it to its original shape and size. A crown protects and strengthens tooth structure that cannot be restored with fillings or other types of restorations. Porcelain crowns are the most popular, as they resemble your natural teeth, are highly durable and will last many years if properly cared for. Made to match the shape, size, and color or your teeth, porcelain crowns give you a natural, long-lasting and beautiful smile.
If you’re missing teeth and want to restore your smile, Dr. Hall can also fit you with a bridge or provide you with implant options. A bridge is a series of crowns that are connected together and are fixed (non-removable) to a patient’s teeth. They may be anywhere from 2 teeth in size to a full upper or lower arch. Like crowns, they come in several different material options. We recommend all-porcelain bridges due to their great aesthetics and longevity.
Studies have shown that as many as 80% of the adult population has some form of gum disease. In the early stages, it’s known as gingivitis. Your gums may be red in some areas and bleed when you brush or floss. At this point, the disease is easily treatable with professional dental cleanings and improvements of your home oral care, such as flossing and more frequent brushing.
If gingivitis progresses, an infection may develop leading to periodontitis, resulting in puffy and swollen gums, traces of blood on your toothbrush, or gums appearing purple or very red in areas. If not treated, the disease will progress to moderate and severe stages causing the breakdown of your gums and supporting bone.
Treatment will depend upon the type and severity of the gum disease. Possible treatment options include one or two hygiene cleanings and further home care instruction; deep cleaning through scaling, irrigation and root planning; or calculus and plaque removal from above and below the gum line allowing the gums to heal. To control the infection and help with healing, medications and mouth rinses may also be recommended. Riverfront Dental Design can provide you with a variety of treatment options, but if your periodontal disease is severe, we can refer you to a trusted periodontist.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, adding fluoride to drinking water was one of the top 10 public health achievements of the 20th century, dramatically decreasing the incidence of dental cavities. It’s important to get an adequate amount of fluoride at home but also in from your dentist as well. We will help you determine if you are getting the appropriate amount of fluoride and provide in-office fluoride treatments for at-risk patients.
Teeth develop with grooves, bumps and ridges on them, which sometimes are very deep and at risk for collecting bacteria and food debris. It is often difficult or even impossible to adequately clean these grooves with a toothbrush, so we may recommend sealants for your teeth to help prevent cavities.
If you have any TMJ disorders such as jaw or muscle soreness, a click or pop when you open or close your mouth, or teeth grinding or clenching, Dr. Hall can help relieve those symptoms. A majority of the American population has some form temporal mandibular disorder (TMD), a dysfunction of the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ). When you visit Riverfront Dental Designs, Dr. Hall will discuss your symptoms with you and determine what course of treatment is best, whether it be a bite guard, surgery or medication.


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