Dental Services for Arvada, CO

About Arvada, Colorado

The City of Arvada is a home rule municipality situated in Jefferson and Adams counties, CO. Arvada is positioned northwest of Colorado’s capitol, Denver and is home to over 122,974 residents as of 2020, making it the seventh most populous city in the state.

Arvada features a small-town charm with big amenities. It is also home to the historic shopping district - Olde Town Arvada. With a total area of 32.8 square miles (85 km2), the City of Arvada exhibits a huge trail system that links its residents to a bigger regional trail system. The community offers miles of biking, horseback riding, and hiking trails. Additionally, Arvada belongs to the top 20 of the state’s most affluent zip codes and has been receiving national recognition and awards for the growth and maintenance of the businesses located in the city.

Several fun festivals and special events are celebrated year-round in the city. Residents and visitors alike can have a taste of the delicious barbeques, ales, pales, and many more exquisite culinary delights in Arvada on Tap during June, have a more in-depth look in the City’s history in the Arvada Days held in August, have fun with the exciting performances, music, and games in the Winterfest celebrated yearly in February, enjoy biking and kiting in the Arvada Kite Festival during April, and lastly, the senior citizens can relish a fancy tea party in the High Tea for Seniors held in March.

Orthodontist Dr. Timothy Hardy

Dr. Timothy Hardy is a Tufts University BS Engineering graduate. Tufts University School of Dental Medicine awarded him his dental degree. Later, he received his Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) from Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, before returning to Tufts University to earn his Certificate of Orthodontics while also serving as the class president.

Orthodontics for Kids and Adults

Recent improvements in orthodontic methods and technology have reduced the time it takes to finish treatment as well as the number of visits to the office to attain straighter teeth. During your one-on-one appointment with Dr. T.C. Hardy in Lakewood, CO, the two of you will decide on the best orthodontic treatment plan for your needs. This will not only treat your aesthetic concerns, but it will also address the structural and functional issues with your smile (for example, fixing Open bite malocclusion).

Invisalign Aligners

Invisalign is comparable to Clear Braces in that it has a more discrete appearance and feel, but that's where the similarity ends. Each transparent aligner is composed of clear plastic that does not contain Bisphenol A, making it more pleasant than traditional metal or lingual braces. Patients can remove these orthodontic equipment when brushing, eating, speaking, or rinsing their mouths with fluoride mouthwash because they are removable. Without the brackets and wires of traditional braces, Invisalign clear aligners allow you to show off your teeth and give you the confidence to smile. Invisalign is also ideal for children's orthodontics.

Invisalign Lite

Invisalign Express is an orthodontic treatment that works in the same way as standard Invisalign aligners but takes less time to complete. It's primarily used to cure minor crowding and spacing concerns, orthodontic relapse, or to assist prepare the teeth for bonding, veneers, or other restorative cosmetic dentistry treatments.

Braces

Dental braces are orthodontic devices that align and straighten teeth, as well as help position them in relation to a person's bite, with the goal of improving dental health. Braces can also close gaps. They are frequently used to repair underbites, malocclusions, overbites, open bites, deep bites, cross bites, crooked teeth, and a variety of other dental and jaw abnormalities.

Metal Braces

Traditional braces are constructed of metal and are one of the most tried and true ways for aligning and straightening teeth. It was the first therapy for straightening teeth and adjusting bite alignment, and it is still in use today. The braces are made of high-quality materials such as stainless steel or titanium alloys, which are corrosion-resistant and safe to wear in the mouth for lengthy periods of time.

Lingual Braces

Brackets, bands, and an archwire are used in lingual braces to provide tension to the teeth and gradually shift them into the right position. They are positioned on the back of the teeth, tongue-facing. This makes them almost unnoticeable, which is one of the key reasons for their attractiveness. They're perfect for anyone who plays a wind instrument or participates in sports. Because this treatment necessitates more education and expertise, not all orthodontists provide it.

Clear Braces

The operation of clear braces is identical to that of standard wire braces. The archwire, which runs along the teeth in the jaw, is the most important component. The corrective action of braces is similar to that of traditional wire braces. The wires, even in ceramic braces, must be metal in order to pull the teeth into the proper position, but they can be manufactured to match the color of the teeth, frosted, or silver. Brackets are glued to the teeth directly or with orthodontic bands, which are held in place by a wire and tooth-colored elastic bands.

Pediatric Dentist Dr. Namrata Hardy DDS

Namrata Hardy is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist who specializes in the treatment of newborns, children, adolescents, and people with special needs. Dr. Nam feels that one of her responsibilities as an oral health expert is to deliver actual privilege to children. She also enjoys watching her patients grow up from children to adults. Dr. Nam is committed to instilling appropriate oral hygiene in his patients while they are still young. She enjoys encouraging parents and children to take an active role in their children's dental health. She believes that each child is unique, thus she customize her approach to meet the specific needs of her patients. Dr. Nam thinks that excellent dental experiences and frequent dental appointments begin at a young age and play an important influence in a child's oral health as they grow older. Hardy Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry.

Children/Pediatric Dentistry

The American Dental Association (ADA) started a countrywide effort in 2013 to offer preventative dentistry to communities after learning that over half of individuals over 30 have gum disease, and one in every four children under the age of five has a cavity. Dr. Nam is committed to doing everything she can to help the Applewood communities attain and maintain better oral health through preventative dentistry by supporting the American Dental Association's campaign.

Frenectomy: Tongue Tie and Lip Tie for Infants

Tongue-tie and lip-tie repair using laser dentistry is becoming a common treatment option for newborns with limited tongue movement. Nursing is essential for an infant's early oral development. Dr. Nam understands this from her own experience as a mother and her advanced pediatric expertise. Approximately 10% of kids are born with a tie or lip tie, and some are born with both. The infant's ability to nurse is harmed by this condition. This treatment will be precise, quick, painless, and less invasive thanks to laser dentistry.

Dental Sealants for babies

Dental sealants act as barriers between teeth, preventing cavities from entering. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, adolescent dental sealants can prevent cavities by up to 86 percent in one year and 58 percent in four years. Flossing and brushing the teeth help eliminate food particles and plaque, but dental sealants protect the places where toothbrushes can't reach.

Kids Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry is a type of dentistry that employs lasers to treat a number of dental problems. The laser uses a narrow, focused beam of light energy to remove and sculpt tissue. It is used to treat both hard and soft tissue treatments without causing discomfort. As one of the few dentists in Colorado who can offer this advanced, minimally invasive approach for treating oral health problems, Dr. Nam Hardy is happy to offer the newest in dental technology with kids laser dentistry.

Services we offer in Arvada

Braces

Kids Dentist Dr. Nam Hardy and Orthodontist Dr. Timothy Hardy takes care of Oral health for your children and Adults too!

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(303) 233-2445

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Hardy Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics

311 S Teller St #100, Lakewood, CO 80226

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Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm