Dental X-rays, also known as radiographs, are used as diagnostic tools during comprehensive exams. They check for infections, cavities, and abnormalities. Today with advanced technology they are commonly taken digitally.

Dental Hygiene

Dental hygiene is at the core of preventative dentistry. To ensure your smile stays healthy and disease free, we provide dental cleanings and preventative services for all patients. This is to prevent and detect gum disease, cavities, enamel wear, infections, and more.

Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal therapy is suggested in presence of active periodontitis (gum disease). When a patient has active periodontal disease a periodontal scaling & root planing (Deep Cleaning) may be suggested. If you have had a recent deep cleaning, you may already be on a periodontal maintenance protocol. However, when there has been a long lapse between a deep cleaning and your maintenance cleanings, a deep cleaning may be suggested again.


The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) and American Dental Association (ADA) recommend bringing your child in by age one, when you typically see the first tooth. This helps children familiarize themselves with the dental pediatrics office, and can allow the opportunity to take any preventative measures so they do not become vulnerable to tooth decay, infections and early tooth loss.


Dental sealants are resin based dental materials placed over the grooves (pits and fissures) of your teeth to prevent dental cavities. Pits are small holes that occur on the biting surfaces of your teeth, and fissures are deep grooves on top of a tooth’s surface. These areas are prime spots for bacteria to adhere to and where dental cavities develop. The sealants act as a barrier to protect your teeth from harmful bacteria.


Fluoride is a natural mineral found throughout the earth, natural water sources, and also in your teeth. Fluoride is commonly found in water supply and is often added to water to reduce tooth decay. Studies have shown that those who have grown up drinking naturally fluoridated water had fewer cavities than those who did not.

Occlusal (Mouth/Night) Guard

An occlusal guard, also known as a mouth or dental night guard, is a custom fitted appliance worn either on your upper or lower arch. Most patients are familiar with a sports guard. Although it is also meant to protect your teeth, it is very different from an occlusal guard appliance. A night guard is worn to protect your teeth from bruxism (grinding) and/or clenching at night.

Dental Sleep Apnea Appliance

Dental sleep apnea is an ongoing and important issue that many suffer from. It is a disorder in which breathing is momentarily and repeatedly interrupted during sleep, causing obstruction to your airway. If you have been told that you snore or wake up feeling tired quite often after a full night’s sleep, you may have sleep apnea.

TMJ Treatment

Imagine trying to enjoy a delicious meal or a conversation with friends but being constantly distracted by the discomfort in your jaw. Or worse, waking up with a throbbing headache every morning because of unconscious teeth grinding at night. Over time, TMJ can cause teeth to become damaged or worn down, leading to further dental problems.

Schedule Your Preventive Dentistry Appointment with Clear Dental Studio in Broomfield, CO Today!

If you live in the Broomfield area and are in need of a dental evaluation, cleaning, assessment or any other dental services, turn to Clear Dental Studio. Dr. Martha Ha and her team of dental specialists are known for performing exceptional dental work for the residents of Broomfield and beyond and can do the same for you! Whether you need cosmetic, restorative, preventive, or surgery-oriented dental services, the choice is Clear. Call now or book online to schedule an appointment at our office in Broomfield.

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