Only $1 New
Includes new patient exam and full mouth X-Rays. Learn why patients love our Highlands Ranch dentist.
For New Patients
$59 New Patient CLEANING, Exam, & X-Rays!
Schedule your exam and cleaning today. Perfect for patients with no dental insurance.
Achieve the Smile You Want
Free Dental Implants Consultation
Replace missing teeth with a tooth that looks, feels, and works like a real tooth.
Flexible Financing Options
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Good for Your Peace of Mind
Our experienced Dental Professionals use the latest techniques to be as comfortable as possible.
Good for Your Wallet
We accept most insurance plans, have a discount plan for those without, and offer flexible payment options.
Good for Your Oral Health
We strive to be caring and friendly every time you visit our dental office. We promise to treat you like family.
Have dental insurance?
We work with most major dental insurance carriers. If you don't see your provider in the list below, give us a call for complete details.
Please note: we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare Advantage plans. If you have questions regarding your financial options, please contact us.
Preventative Dental Care
Your oral health matters more than you may think. While visiting a dentist in Highlands Ranch, CO might seem like it only helps to protect the health of your teeth and gums, research actually shows that a connection exists between our oral and overall health. Aloha Dental will develop a custom treatment plan designed to help maintain and improve your oral health.
Our dentists provide the latest methods in professional oral care to improve the appearance of your mouth, teeth, and smile. Whether you want a healthier, straighter looking smile, repair chipped, cracked, discolored, or fractured teeth or just want a brighter, whiter smile, Aloha Dental can help you achieve your very best smile.
We provide custom treatment plans and procedures to keep your mouth healthy and functional. Common restorative dental procedures include cavities that are filled to prevent further decay; missing teeth that are replaced with implants, bridges, or dentures; and broken teeth which can be strengthened and protected with crowns or caps.