Blue Sage Dental Blog

How to Find the Best Cosmetic Dentist!

January 3, 2021

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Woman smiling during her visit to the dentist

Are you looking for an expert to completely transform the appearance of your smile? If so, you need a cosmetic dentist! Because the American Dental Association doesn’t recognize cosmetic dentistry as a specialty, any dentist can claim to be a “cosmetic dentist.” So how do you know which practice to visit for your life-changing treatment? Read on to learn about the 5 most important factors to keep in mind during your search.


4 Tips for a Healthier Smile During National Dental Hygiene Month

October 22, 2020

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Woman looking in the mirror while flossing

Happy National Dental Hygiene Month! Considering the most candy-filled holiday is just around the corner and the season of enjoying delectable treats is quickly approaching, there is no time like the present to prioritize your oral hygiene routine. If you are unsure where to start, here are four tips from a dentist in Littleton!


8 Benefits of Choosing Porcelain Veneers to Improve Your Smile

September 27, 2020

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Smiling woman enjoying the benefits of porcelain veneers

Are you self-conscious about your smile? Do you hide your teeth during job interviews or while taking photos? Thanks to modern advancements in dentistry, it’s never been easier to achieve a set of pearly whites you can’t wait to show off! While there are a variety of treatments to choose from, porcelain veneers offer numerous benefits that can’t be attained with other services. Here are eight benefits of porcelain veneers you can enjoy as you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.


Can Gum Contouring Fix My Gummy Smile?

July 10, 2020

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woman hiding smile, in need of gum recontouring

Many people dislike the way their smile looks due to issues like stained teeth, crooked teeth, or chipped teeth. A cosmetic dentist can help to correct all of those problems. But what if your dissatisfaction with your smile has nothing to do with your teeth? What if it is related to your gums instead? If you have excess or uneven gum tissue that interferes with your smile’s aesthetics, you have what is known as a “gummy” smile. A procedure called gum contouring may be able to help.


4 Ways to Say Hello Without Giving a Hug or High-Five

May 11, 2020

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two medical professionals performing the elbow bump to avoid making contact

Whether you are the type of person to offer a hug or high-five when you see your dentist in Ken Caryl, you understand that certain greetings simply are not possible right now. With the reminder to practice social distancing when among those outside your household, you will need to look for an alternative way to greet your dental team when you arrive for your next appointment. But what other ways are there? Let’s spend a few minutes discussing why it’s best to avoid the typical handshake and how else you can say hello without making contact.


What Can I Do to Maintain My Smile Until My Dentist’s Office Reopens?

April 7, 2020

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a young woman smiling while propping her head up with her hand

Until statewide restrictions surrounding COVID-19 are lifted and dental offices reopen, patients are being left to maintain their smiles as best as they can since regular checkups and cleanings are not possible at this time. If you are one of the many individuals who do not want to hear that you have multiple cavities during your next dental visit, find out what you can do to keep your teeth and gums in good shape while at home.


The Relationship Between Diabetes and Your Oral Health

November 9, 2019

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woman checking blood glucose

According to the Diabetes Research Institute, more than 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes. Are you among those millions? If so, you have likely received some education on how you can manage your condition and what may happen if it is left uncontrolled. In this blog post, a dentist in Ken Caryl honors National Diabetes Month by discussing just one way in which unmanaged diabetes could affect you — it can have a drastic impact on your oral health.


Getting Gum Disease Therapy In Ken Caryl Could Reduce Your Risk Of Stroke

May 7, 2019

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person holding head because of stroke

Are your gums bleeding when you brush or floss? When oral issues are left undiagnosed, they can progress into something more serious. Recent research shows that getting gum disease therapy in Ken Caryl before the problem progresses could reduce your risk of life-threatening illnesses such as strokes. Learn how your oral bacteria are connected to your heart health and how you can protect yourself below.


How Your Dentist in Ken Caryl Helps Those in Need

March 10, 2019

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Dr. Kutis photo

At Blue Sage Dental, we believe that everyone deserves a happy, healthy smile. That extends even to those who can’t afford to pay for dental care. Recently, our own Dr. Susan Kutis was elected to be on the charity arm for the Colorado Dental Association (CDA). In this position, she will help plan and execute the CDA’s charitable programs, which are designed to provide necessary dental care to those in need. In this post, learn more about Dr. Kutis and the CDA’s three major programs for their charitable work Give Kids a Smile Day, Colorado Mission of Mercy (COMOM), and the CDA’s Charity Fund Grants.


Do You Need Gum Disease Treatment in Ken Caryl?

February 9, 2019

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Close-up of gums

Did you know that around 80% of the US population is affected by gum disease at some point in their lives? This common problem rarely gets the spotlight, which is why February is National Gum Disease Awareness Month. Without getting gum disease treatment in Ken Caryl, this disease can lead to damage of your gums, bone, and even tooth loss. Additionally, research has linked gum disease to more serious overall health conditions. Keep reading to learn why it’s important to take care of your gums and what warning signs to look out for.

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