We work hard to ensure every patient has a pleasant experience at our office. We consider every patient here to be like a member of our family and prioritize your comfort; from warm blankets and coffee to affordable, efficient and convenient scheduling, we want you to be comfy and feel welcomed every visit.

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Our Treatments

Night Guards

Are you waking up with headaches and jaw pain due to grinding your teeth at night? Grinding your teeth not only interrupts your sleep and causes you pain, but it can also potentially cause serious damage to your teeth including tooth trauma, tooth loss and receding gums.

Protect your teeth with a custom-fitted night guard! Your mouth will serve as a protective barrier between your teeth and prevent friction from causing damage. Wearing a night guard is an effective and comfortable way to protect your teeth from the harmful effects of teeth grinding.

NTI Night Guards

If you’re experiencing chronic headaches and migraines by involuntary night-time teeth clenching, let Denver Dentistry help you with NTI tension suppressing night guards. The NTI night guard is a small, transparent device that is worn over your two front teeth while you sleep to prevent contact between the canines and molars. As opposed to other traditional night guards, the NTI night guard prevents both grinding and headaches/migranes. The NTI night guard is also custom-fitted to ensure a comfortable fit.


  • prevents migraine pain
  • prevents tension-type headache pain
  • can help prevent jaw disorders
  • prevents teeth grinding


Oral Medicine

Oral medicine is primarily a non-surgical specialty with procedures limited to diagnostic biopsies, small excisions, therapeutic injections and other minor surgical interventions. In many cases, conditions are managed medically with the use of topical and systemic medications.

Root Canal Therapy

We have all heard the expression “I’d rather have a root canal” and seen the cartoons depicting a dentist shoving an obnoxiously large drill in the mouth of a wide-eyed patient, and have heard root canal horror stories in the movies and on TV. No wonder root canal treatment is the most feared dental procedure, according to the American Association of Endodontists.

Despite the common belief that root canals are excruciatingly painful, in actuality they cause very little pain and discomfort. In fact, root canals actually relieve tooth pain. Denver Dentistry is here to help.

What is a Root Canal?

Each tooth has tissue containing nerve fibers that run through the center of the root of your tooth, which are called root canals. When this tissue dies as a result of a deep cavity or trauma, root canal therapy is needed. Without treatment, pain gradually worsens and the tooth can abscess and cause swelling.

What is Root Canal Therapy?

Root canal therapy is used to remove the dead tissue from the tooth. After numbing the area around the tooth, the Denver Dentistry team will isolate the tooth and sterilize it in order to protect it from bacteria in the mouth. We will then remove the dead tissue, from the canals. Afterwards, we will sterilize the tooth and place a rubber filling material inside of it. The tooth is then built back up and prepared for a crown.

Years ago, completing a root canal used to take several, long visits to the dentist. Today, root canals can often be completed in less than one hour during a single visit, thanks to recent advances in technology and new dental techniques.

Comprehensive Exams

The American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist at least twice a year for a comprehensive dental exam. Maintaining your oral health is crucial in avoiding pain, tooth loss and expensive restorative dentistry procedures. Denver Dentistry will provide a complete checkup to determine any possible problems such as tooth decay, cracks and gum disease. We will also happily replace older, worn-out dental work as well, such as metal fillings and discolored crowns.

With a comprehensive exam every six months, we can manage small dental problems before they grow into larger, more complicated issues. Untreated cavities can grow rapidly and destroy an entire tooth, a cracked tooth may break off in not discovered and corrected, and gum disease can advance if not detected early. Advanced gum disease can cause tooth loss and lead to serious health issues such as?oral cancer, which causes more than 7,500 deaths each year. Catching these problems early is essential?in controlling them.


Teeth Whitening

Many people live their daily lives covering up their smile and teeth due to embarrassment from tooth discoloration. If you’re one of these people, Denver Dentistry can have you smiling again with our teeth whitening methods. We have several convenient options to choose from including:

Take-Home Whitening Trays

Busy? On the go? No problem, with take-home whitening trays you can improve the quality of your smile anytime, anywhere. These safe, durable trays are molded from your teeth to ensure maximum comfort. Simply wear these trays a few hours each day, and progressively your teeth with brighten. Once your teeth are your desired level of color, just wear your trays every now and then to maintain your healthy new smile.

KoR Whitening

KoR Whitening is recognized by thousands of dentists across the world as the most effective teeth whitening system in the world today. It is used for cases that require intense whitening from dark deep stains, or simply for patients who would like amazingly bright white teeth.

KoR Whitening rejuvenates teeth, providing amazing whitening results. KoR Whitening trays are comfortable, and fit like a glove. You may even forget you have them in your mouth.

KoR Whitening lasts forever with easy occasional at-home maintenance, your teeth will stay white PERMANENTLY!

Are you tired of having crooked teeth? Have you always been self conscious of your smile? If you are ready to make a change in your appearance, Invisalign may be just what you are looking for. Using a modern approach to straighten your teeth, Invisalign helps you say goodbye to metal braces and hello to new options. A perfect smile is more than just good looks. Properly aligned teeth are better for your oral health.

Dental Crowns

Ideal for protecting a cracked, broken tooth, covering up tooth discolorations and most importantly protecting teeth with large fillings from future breakage, dental crowns at Denver Dentistry can be a great solution for improving your smile.

A crown is a tooth shaped cap that fits over a problem tooth to improve strength, size and appearance.

The crown procedure is relatively simple. First we will anesthetize the problem tooth area. Once completely numb, the tooth is filed down so that the crown fits appropriately. Then, we will take an impression of the tooth to use in the construction of the crown.

The impressions are sent away to a dental laboratory to create your crown.? Meanwhile, we apply a sturdy temporary crown over the problem tooth while your permanent crown is manufactured.? Once your permanent crown is ready, you will come back to Denver Dentistry and the crown will be applied. Now you have a bright, healthy-looking new tooth!

Crown placement can offer several benefits:

  • Long term durability
  • Protection from further decay, infection and cracking
  • Improved chewing and talking
  • An improved, natural and healthier smile


Lumineers are contact lens-thin and are placed over existing teeth without having to remove painful tooth structure (unlike traditional veneers.) Lumineers is the painless, permanent cosmetic solution for stained, chipped, discolored or misaligned teeth.

Your lumineers dentist can apply these contact lens-thin smile shapers to teeth without any grinding or shaving, transforming teeth into a naturally beautiful smile that looks perfect for every individual. Lumineers can even be placed over existing crown or bridgework without having to replace them.

Lumineers can only be made from patented Cerinate porcelain unavailable anywhere other than the Cerinate Smile Design Studio. In just 2-3 visits to Denver Dentistry, you can have a custom-made smile that is clinically proven to last over 20 years and it is completely reversible since your natural tooth structure is still intact! Get your perfect smile today!

Contact-Lens-Thin to Save Your Tooth Structure?

  • No shots or anesthetic required, procedure is entirely pain-free.
  • Little to no reduction of tooth structure, you keep your natural teeth intact! Unlike veneer procedures that require grinding, cutting and removal of tooth structure.
  • Patented porcelain from Den-Mat Corporation, a trusted name in dentistry and oral care.
  • Minimal preparation required
  • No post-operative sensitivity
  • Only two visits necessary
  • Extremely natural-looking because they are so thin (approximately .2 mm) and translucent ? patented porcelain
  • No temporaries required
  • Restore and strengthen teeth. Help prevent wear
  • Extraordinarily strong. Clinically proven to last up to 16 years
  • A viable alternative to braces in many cases
  • Can be placed over crowns and rejuvenate old dental bridge work
  • No micro-leakage or micro-cracking
  • Evolving from Cerinate porcelain restorations, lauded as one of the top 100 dental products for 2002 by Dentistry Today, a highly-respected publication


Sometimes trauma, gum disease, cracked or broken teeth and tooth decay can be too significant, and despite our best efforts to save the tooth, extraction may be the only option.? No one wants to lose a tooth, but here at Denver Dentistry, we will make the process as comfortable and as pain-free as possible.

Just because extraction may be necessary doesn’t mean you have to live with a missing tooth space. We can provide restorative dental options to replace the extracted tooth. These options include Dental Implants, Permanent bridges, and Removable partial dentures. Our team at Denver Dentistry can discuss with you what treatment may be best and what the benefits of each would be. Dental implants are surgically fitted to provide a secure, sturdy fit while keeping the appearance of a real tooth. If a number of your teeth need replaced, we offer standard dentures in traditional and premium options as well.

Digital X-Rays

How do digital x-rays work?
Similar to traditional x-rays, we place a sensor that is about the size and shape of a normal x-ray film inside your mouth. After a quick x-ray, a scanner sends signals to a computer that are translated into electronic pictures of your teeth, supporting bones, and gums.

Why do we use digital x-rays?

  • The patient receives approximately 50% less radiation than with traditional x-rays.
  • We get larger, more detailed images to help diagnose more accurately.
  • We can share the x-ray image with patients on our in room monitor to explain areas of concern or answer questions.
  • There is no developing involved, so no harmful chemicals are used.
  • The digital x-rays can be enlarged for clarification, and are stored in your file for future reference.
  • Immediate results from digital x-rays means less time developing x-rays and more time spent? with the patient.
  • Digital x-rays can be submitted along with dental insurance claims to expedite the reimbursement process.


Tooth-Colored Filings

An increasingly popular alternative to silver amalgam fillings is composite tooth-colored fillings. New tooth colored fillings are safe, durable, and are virtually undetectable, making those around you think you’ve always had a flawless set of teeth. Unlike Amalgam fillings, composite fillings are virtually invisible and our team at Denver Dentistry can shade them according to the color of your teeth to create a perfect match, giving you a beautiful, silver-less smile!

Benefits of Composite White Fillings

  • Created to match your tooth to ensure a natural look and feel
  • Because composite fillings can be created in smaller preparations, less of your tooth structure is lost and less drilling is needed
  • The material is made from acrylic and glass particles, containing no mercury or other metals
  • Provides support to remaining tooth structure, and insulates against temperature changes
  • First, the targeted tooth is drilled to remove decay
  • Next, a bonding agent is applied to the drilled tooth
  • The composite material is attached and molded to your tooth structure
  • The material is hardened by focusing intense light rays on it for about a minute
  • The filling is now complete and you have a bright, natural-looking new tooth!

The Filling Process

Your filling brightness can be maintained by simply practicing good oral hygiene and avoiding staining food and drinks such as coffee, soda, tea, etc. For more information on composite white fillings or to schedule an appointment, call Denver Dentistry and let us rejuvenate your smile!


What is Invisalign?

  • Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces.
  • At Denver Dentistry we use a series of clear, removable aligners to straighten your teeth without metal wires or brackets.

How Does Invisalign Work?

  • You wear each set of Invisalign aligners for about two weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss.
  • As you replace each Invisalign aligner with the next in the series, your teeth will move ? little by little, week by week ? until they have straightened to the final position your orthodontist or dentist has prescribed.
  • You?ll visit Denver Dentistry about once every six weeks to ensure that your treatment is progressing as planned.
  • Total Invisalign treatment time averages nine-15 months and the average number of aligners worn during treatment is between 18 and 30, but both will vary from case to case.

How are Invisalign aligners made?

  • The Invisalign aligners are made through a combination of your orthodontist’s or dentist’s expertise and 3-D computer imaging technology.


Meet Dr. Myers!

 She specializes in numerous procedures under the Oral Medicine umberalla that address a broad spectrum of concerns including but not limited to:

  • TMJ Disorders
  • Clenching/ muscle spasms
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Atypical facial pain/Atypical Odontalgia
  • Chronic Tension headaches
  • Migraines
  • Neuropathic pain
  • Burning Mouth Syndrome
  • Sjogren’s Syndrome
  • Dry mouth
  • Oral Lichen Planus
  • Mucous Membrane Pemphigoid
  • Pemphigus Vulgaris
  • Allergic Mucositis
  • Recurrent aphthous ulcers (“Canker sores.”)
  • Viral, Bacterial, and Fungal infections
  • Dysplasias
  • Oral lesions of unknown cause
  • Taste changes
  • Mucoceles
  • Complications arising from Ehler-Danlos syndrome

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(704) 766-8779

2226 N. Highway 16, Denver, NC 28037