Meet Dr. Brian Richter
Dr. Brian Richter, owner of Twin Aspen Dental Center, is committed to taking great care of his patients. He strives to provide a professional service on an individual level. His mission is to provide the highest quality care to ensure your health and leave you feeling confident about your smile.
Background and Education
Dr. Richter grew up in Albuquerque, NM, where his family still resides, giving him ample excuse to go back to visit and enjoy his favorite Mexican food restaurants! Dr. Richter followed family tradition and attended Texas A&M University. After graduating in 2006, he elected for a change of scenery and attended Oregon Health and Sciences University, drawn to the multifaceted nature of dentistry. It was there that his professors encouraged him to build a practice where he wanted to live. His love for the outdoors and big city mix made Denver an easy choice. Dr. Richter enjoys living in Parker with his wife, Ashley, their new daughter, Charlotte, and the two family dogs.
He has become passionate about the business side of practice ownership while continuing to provide great clinical dentistry. This combination allows him to apply his knowledge from both science and business. Since receiving his Doctor of Medical Dentistry in 2010, Dr. Richter has received advanced training in dental implantology, sleep apnea treatment, and cosmetic dentistry. He enjoys giving back to the community and is a member of the American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association, and Metro Denver Dental Society.
He is a firm believer in continuing to advance his skills, which he believes translates to better patient care. Dr. Richter continuously seeks out the latest and greatest in continuing education to offer the newest techniques for his patients. He has heavily invested in technology to better ensure predictable, quality dentistry, and patient comfort. At Twin Aspen Dental Center, you can get that crown you’ve been putting off in only 2 hours. That means no more gooey impression, temporary (often unreliable) crowns, or 2-3 week wait on the lab. If you need a surgical procedure Dr. Richter is able to study your case by using a cone beam x-ray showing your bone and tissue in 3D. Other technology he uses on a daily basis includes dental lasers and advanced equipment to test for sleep breathing disorders.