Pearl Dentistry Blog
December 30, 2020
While cosmetic improvements have been among the most modern discoveries of the wonders of BOTOX, its history goes much further back than that. The small injections that you receive to help turn back the clock on aging started as something much different from how you know them today. Read on to learn about the origins of BOTOX and how this treatment came to be what it is today.(more…)
November 30, 2020
Do you have a facial scar from an accident that occurred when you were younger that doesn’t make you feel as confident as you know you can be? Instead of considering invasive surgical procedures that require scalpels and sutures, why not try BOTOX injections? These are painless, deliver fast results, and according to a study published in 2018, have been shown to improve the appearance of facial scars. Read on to learn more about how BOTOX can address scarring and boost your confidence.(more…)
October 29, 2020
Dental insurance is a monthly investment designed to protect your oral health and your wallet throughout the years. However, few patients truly know how to utilize their coverage to the fullest to avoid leaving unused dollars and wasted coverage on the table each year. If this sounds all too familiar, you’ll be happy to know you still have a few weeks left to maximize your dental insurance benefits! Here are four tips to help.(more…)
October 11, 2020
Many people think of BOTOX injections as a fringe treatment for people who don’t like the look of their wrinkles or fine lines on their face. However, that’s not the case at all. It’s being used by countless medical and dental professionals to help patients relieve migraine discomfort, treat their TMJ pain, and a variety of other reasons. To learn more about how versatile and safe BOTOX is and how the medical community is beginning to use it in a variety of new ways, read on.(more…)
August 13, 2020
Did you know that 500,000 patients opt for dental implants each year? Considering its impressive 95% success rate and unparalleled durability, it’s not hard to see why this popular restorative procedure grew by over 6% between 2019 and 2020 alone. However, to ensure its success in both the short and long-term, dentists go to extensive measures to qualify potential dental implant candidates. Read on for four traits they look for!(more…)
June 2, 2020
From wearing masks at the supermarket to conducting business meetings online, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of our daily lives. Many health and safety protocols have been put in place in public spaces to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19 – including at your dentist’s office. For example, the next time you go to get your teeth checked for cavities, you will notice that your dentist and their staff are wearing personal protective equipment (PPE). Curious to know how this can help you stay safe from the Coronavirus? Keep reading to learn about the 4 items of PPE your dentist in Denver is wearing to protect you and themselves during the pandemic.(more…)
May 27, 2020
Before the outbreak of COVID-19, dentists and their team members had a fairly simple protocol for preparing to see patients. They would thoroughly wash their hands, put on fresh personal protective gear, and get to work. Now, however, in-office procedures have changed. In this article, you will learn about some of the measures that your dentist and their team are taking to keep you safe and healthy during these uncertain times.(more…)
May 26, 2020
Dear Valued Patients,
I am writing you today about a change at our practice that has been in progress for a few months. Due to the recent Covid crisis things have transpired somewhat behind the scenes. My business partner, Dr. Jayme Glamm, is relocating back to Ohio to be closer to her family. We are sad to see her leave, but excited for her to be back home where she grew up, and where she will continue her life close to her family. Dr. Glamm and I started Pearl Dentistry almost a decade ago, and we built a wonderful practice together. I am excited to carry Pearl Dentistry forward with the same important values and the support of my amazing team.
I am also very excited to formally introduce Dr. Amanda Pooler to you, who joined our practice in January. Some of you may have had a chance to meet her already. Dr. Pooler was born in Colorado, and then spent most of her life in Texas. She and her husband have relocated back to Colorado, where they want to build a life and a family. Please join me in formally welcoming Dr. Pooler to Pearl Dentistry! We are thrilled to have found someone who shares the same philosophy, experience, and sense of personalized quality care we have built so diligently over the years, and which is and will be so important for our practice moving forward. Below please find a farewell letter from Dr. Jayme Glamm. We will send out a formal introduction letter for Dr. Amanda Pooler in the next couple of days.
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions. We are here for you and we are working hard to make this transition as seamless as possible within these ever changing times. Thank you for being part of our Pearl Family!
Very Truly Yours,
Stefanie Walker DMD
I hope this letter finds you well and you and your loved ones are healthy. These are crazy times! I wanted to let you know that my family is relocating to Ohio. As you may know, both my husband and I grew up in Ohio and we are moving back to raise our kids near our families. It is a very bittersweet decision and we have loved being in Colorado the past 13 years. We want to make it a priority to visit! I plan to have a practice in Columbus, Ohio and continue practicing what I love to do.
March 14, 2020
When you’re sick, the last thing you often think about is your oral health. Getting out of bed can be hard enough. Attempting to brush your teeth, floss, and rinse, especially when dealing with a cough, may leave you thinking it’s not worth the time or effort. Unfortunately, this mindset can lead to a serious decline in the health of your teeth and gums, resulting in unnecessary and costly dental treatments to fix a mouth full of cavities or gums plagued by infection. Since a cough is often one of the most common signs of COVID-19, the common cold, and the flu, the remedies used to treat it remain the same. To prevent your oral health from moving in a downward spiral, a local dentist shares what you can do to keep your smile decay and disease-free even while you’re sick.(more…)