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How to maintain teeth whitening results

Patients seeking a whiter, brighter smile often turn to the oral healthcare aisle of their local drugstore to peruse the over-the-counter whitening products available to them. However, not all of these provide the results patients desire. With professional-grade teeth whitening available at Golden Dental Solutions, patients can enhance their look quickly and easily. Our professionals… Read More »


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Water and your teeth

Water is so important in keeping your body healthy. In fact, it is believed that approximately 60% of the human body is made up of water. But how can water impact your oral health and wellness? With the team at Golden Dental Solutions, patients in and around the community can learn about how good old… Read More »


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Should you brush your teeth in the shower?

Everyone knows that it’s important to brush and floss at least twice a day to keep a smile healthy. However, for many busy adults, this can be difficult to achieve because of the time needed. In response, approximately four percent of adults admit to brushing their teeth in the shower. But is this a good… Read More »


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How to avoid teeth staining from red wines

Red wine is a popular beverage amongst adults. Whether you’re relaxing at the dinner table with family or attending a special occasion, you might enjoy the red wine offered to you. Unfortunately, red wine is known to be damaging to the teeth, especially amongst those who enjoy their red wine regularly. The natural tooth enamel… Read More »


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How your oral health impacts your quality of life

Drs. Nancy Gill, Dallas Kenson, and Evelyn Qi of Golden Dental Solutions in Golden, Colorado are committed to sharing with patients information regarding their oral health and wellness. We routinely hear ways in which one’s oral health and wellness impacts their overall health, including the link between periodontal disease and conditions such as heart disease… Read More »


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Reasons why a tooth might be extracted

The idea of having a tooth removed may sound scary, but thanks to the care and attention of the team at Golden Dental Solutions, we have ways to remove a tooth but surgically and simply with no pain. Using specialized techniques, proper sedation, and anesthetics, many patients who need tooth extraction will find the process… Read More »


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Tips for picking a dentist in Golden, Colorado

Whether you want to switch dental providers in the Golden, Colorado area or are new to the community, you will want to take the time to learn about the benefits of working with the team at Golden Dental Solutions. Our team of providers, including Drs. Nancy Gill, Dallas Kenson, and Evelyn Qi are available to… Read More »


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How to restore a smile with a dental crown

When Dr. Nancy Gill and her team diagnose a patient with extensive damage of a natural tooth, they often recommend the fabrication and placement of a dental crown. Dental crowns are common restorations that are used in several different situations, making them a versatile way to add an extra layer of protection to a compromised… Read More »


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Why quality dentures are worth the cost

Although you may believe that all dentures are the same, regardless of cost, you could be obtaining low quality dentures that can cause you more problems than solutions. When it comes to full dentures for tooth replacement. quality is key, and many patients find that by making an investment in quality dentures through Golden Dental… Read More »


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How is tooth erosion measured by a dentist?

The wearing of the natural tooth structure, called the enamel, needs to be monitored closely as it can impact one’s oral health. Wearing of the dental enamel is known in the dental community as “tooth erosion,” and can cause a host of concerns for patients. It is important that a dentist monitor a patient’s tooth… Read More »


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