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Dr. Gary Radz, DDS
999 18th St, Suite 1300
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 495-6130

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Dr. Radz is Making a Good Impression with iTero!

When you visit the dentist for a restorative dentistry procedure or replacement teeth, you’ll have impressions taken of your teeth.

Traditionally, impressions have been an uncomfortable procedure for patients. With all that gooey putty in your mouth, it’s easy to feel claustrophobic. And if you have a sensitive gag reflex-forget about it!

Our patient’s comfort is always a concern and we want appointments at our office to be stress-free. Technology is one way we are able to make dental treatments more pleasant, and thanks to iTero, taking impressions has never been easier. Now you can sit back and relax while we take high-resolution images of your teeth! With iTero, there’s no need for trays or putty. Instead, Dr. Radz will simply use a handheld wand to comfortably take a 3D image of your teeth in as little as three to five minutes. You can even watch our progress on a nearby monitor.

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