Why are dental sealants needed? As most of us know, teeth are covered with a sticky film of bacteria called plaque. Over time, this bacteria changes sugar into harmful acids that … Sealants
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Our goal is simple, we don’t want to be just another Boulder dentist that you visit twice a year or when medically necessary, we want to bring education to our patients and the community so that they can achieve and maintain optimum oral health. We thrive to provide professional, family dentistry of the highest quality and with the utmost compassion to every patient, every day. While you’re here, we encourage you to visit our news section to learn about our philanthropic efforts and how we’re able to give back to the community through family dentistry.
A crown is a dental restoration which covers a tooth or dental implant. It is placed when a tooth is broken, has extensive decay or has had a root canal. A crown helps strengthen and restore … Crowns
Want to improve your smile? Consider porcelain veneers! Porcelain veneers are a great option for people with cracked, chipped, or stained teeth. They are a very thin layer of porcelain, … Veneers
Dear Valued Patients:
We want to inform you that there is a national shortage of dental hygienists, and we are experiencing this in our office. As a result, we may ask you to move your cleaning appointment to help accommodate our staff availability. We value you and strive for our continued high quality of care. We apologize for this inconvenience, thank you for your flexibility and understanding.
Your North Boulder Dental Team
Family Dentistry Since 1983
We thrive to provide professional, family dentistry every day.Latest NewsRead Blog
Please note: You may be charged a no show or last minute cancellation fee at the Doctor’s discretion.
We are still requiring masks to enter the facility, and our staff are wearing masks at all times.
Attention New Patients:
After your comprehensive exam and x-rays, you will be scheduled for a dental cleaning that best suits your needs.
An important announcement:
Hello Loyal Patients of North Boulder Dental
This is an announcement for our patients who have seen our hygienist Nancy who has recently decided to retire. As many of you may have heard, Nancy was out on medical leave following surgery. It is with a sad heart that we deliver this, but Nancy has decided it is time for her to retire. This was a very hard decision for her to make and she will truly be missed by all of the doctors, staff, and her long time patients. Nancy has been a valuable asset to North Boulder Dental for over 30 years and would like all of her patients to know that it was a pleasure for her to be your hygienist, and she will miss everyone. Be assured you will still receive the same level of care that you did from Nancy but with a different hygienist. Please feel free to contact us regarding any questions or concerns you may have for your upcoming hygiene appointment.
Drs, Sica, Welden, Nielsen, Dhaliwal and Kyger
North Boulder Dental is in-network with Delta Dental Premier. All other insurances are out of network. Check with your insurance before scheduling an appointment.
Meet our new dentist!
Starting June 1, 2020 Dr. Kyger will be joining the North Boulder Dental Team
Dr. Timothy F. Kyger graduated from James Madison University in 2010 with Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences and a minor in Biology. He then obtained his dental degree from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry. After graduation, he completed a hospital-based residency at Summa Hospital in Akron, Ohio.
Our COVID-19 Response
Update as of August 2, 2021 COVID-19 Safety Procedures Our dental team hopes that you and your family are in good health. We are excited to once again be available … [Read More...]
Helpful Tips for Dealing with Dental Phobias
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At-Home Orthodontics Q&A and Tips
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