Periodontal Associates – The Dental Implant Team is located in Aurora, Colorado and we serve the entire Denver metro area. We specialize in dental implants and the treatment of gum disease.
Please click here to schedule an appointment. We Ask that you notify the office before your first appointment if you have a history of a heart murmur, mitral valve prolapse, rheumatic fever, an artificial heart valve or an orthopedic implant (hip, knee, etc.). All patients under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at the consultation appointment.
Your First Visit
We understand that you might be confused and apprehensive about the prospect of periodontal treatment or dental implant therapy. Your questions and concerns are our number one priority and we invite you to discuss them with us at any time. At your first visit we will ask you to share with us your health history and we will perform a thorough periodontal and oral cancer examination. With your permission, we will take those X-rays necessary to make an accurate diagnosis. We will discuss our diagnosis in detail with you, along with the treatment necessary to achieve the oral health you desire.
Dr. Versman, Dr. Heller, Dr. Beckman, and Dr. Thousand (or their answering service) can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling our office at 303-755-4500.
Our fees are based on a number of factors: the level of skill required to successfully treat complex problems; the amount of time involved for treatment; the quality of our personnel; the number of services we provide; our facilities, our equipment and continuing education. Fees will be openly discussed with you at the time of treatment planning.
We are happy to discuss financial arrangements with you, which are comfortable, so you are able to obtain the care you need. Your health is our number one priority.
If you are fortunate to have dental insurance, we will assist you in approximating the coverage you have available and assist in submitting the claim for you.
We look forward to assisting you with your implant & periodontal concerns.
- Periodontal Disease and Diabetes
- Periodontal Disease, Heart Disease and Stroke
- Signs & Symptoms of Periodontal Disease
- Periodontal Disease and Osteoporosis
- Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy
- Periodontal Disease and Respiratory Disease
- Mouth – Body Connection
- Causes of Periodontal Disease
- Types of Periodontal Disease