It doesn’t happen very often when Dr. O’Neill, a dentist of 40 years, turns to you and says, “I have never seen this before.” Dr. O’Neill was looking into Hank’s mouth and frowning at the red lesions appearing behind his back teeth on his gums. Hank first brought them to our attention a week previous, and they appeared to be aggressively spreading. “Go get the camera,” Dr. O’Neill said.
Dentures: They are the end of the line, right? This is where a person’s neglect of their hygiene, or unfortunate genetics, or just plain and simple old age has brought them. No more teeth, just a glass beside the bed with a foaming tablet. Pretty sexy, right?
Interesting changes at your favorite dental clinic, ladies and gentlemen. Our neighbor dental clinic that spent so many years sharing office space with us is gone and we have decided to move in to their side of the building, expanding our practice by four more operatories!
Well, there has been some stress and sadness around the clinic lately as the loan for our brand new building fell through leaving us in the lurch for a new place to expand to. We reported almost three years ago that we were breaking ground on our new building and that, unfortunately, was just about the only thing that happened. There is a hole in the ground where that building was to be built. That hole has remained the same for about 3 years! Unfortunately, the great thing about the location of the now defunct building project was that it was essentially right next door to our current location at 11031 S Pikes Peak Dr, in Parker. Now, if we move, we will have to move a little farther away from our current location, so we’ll keep you posted on any changes.