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About Denver, CO Orthodontist, Charles F. Reed

CHARLES F. REED, D.D.S., M.S. has made a career of “Creating Smiles for A Lifetime”. After graduating from Loyola University in Chicago in 1978 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. He completed his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree at the Loyola University School of Dentistry in 1982, received his Orthodontic Specialty Certificate in 1984 and his Master of Science Degree in 1991 from Loyola University School of Dentistry.


Career Accomplishments

Dr. Reed has served on the Board of Directors and as Membership Education Committee Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Society of Orthodontists. He has also served as the TMJ Consultant to the Berwyn Magnetic Resonance Center in Berwyn, Illinois, and co-authored the textbook titled Magnetic Resonance of the Temporomandibular Joint, published in 1990. Dr. Reed practiced General Dentistry for two years in Elk Grove, Illinois, prior to joining the Cody Dental Group as an Orthodontic Specialist in 1987. He also provides orthodontic services to the southeast Aurora community through his office on Smoky Hill Road.

Private Life

Dr. Reed, his wife and four children have made their home in the Denver area since 1987. Those children have grown and blessed their parents with 15 grandchildren! He enjoys many outdoor activities including golf and scuba diving. Most importantly he enjoys spending time with his family and donating time toward church and community service.

Dr. Reed is committed to do ‘whatever it takes’ to enhance the quality of life through orthodontics.

Orthodontic Care in Denver, CO

When it comes to orthodontic care in Denver, CO, patients of all ages can benefit. While most people associate orthodontics with teenagers, more and more adults are seeking out orthodontic treatment in order to achieve their ideal smile. At our practice, we offer orthodontic services for teenagers and adults. Our team of experienced orthodontists is committed to providing each patient with the individualized care and attention they deserve. Whether you’re an adult or a teenager, we can develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs and goals.

Types of Orthodontic Treatment We Offer

We offer a variety of orthodontic treatments for patients of all ages in Denver. The type of orthodontic treatment that is right for a patient will depend on their age, severity of their orthodontic condition, as well as their personal preferences. Some of the most common types of orthodontic treatment include braces, clear aligners, and retainers.

Damon System Braces

Damon system braces are becoming increasingly popular. They are made of clear brackets and thin wires, and they use special slides to hold the wire in place. This design makes Damon System Braces less noticeable than traditional metal braces. They are also easier to keep clean and cause less discomfort than metal braces.

Invisalign Clear Aligners

Cody Dental Group is a trained Invisalign orthodontist provider in Denver, CO. Invisalign is a type of clear aligner that uses a series of custom-made, nearly invisible trays to gradually shift your teeth into the desired position. They are much less noticeable than traditional metal braces due to their clear nature. In addition, they can be removed for eating and cleaning, so you don’t have to worry about food getting stuck in your braces or difficult brushing and flossing.

Insignia Orthodontics

Insignia orthodontics is a system that uses 3D computer imaging to create customized braces for each patient. Insignia orthodontic treatment is designed to be more efficient and effective than traditional braces, and it can often be completed in a shorter time frame.

Orthodontic Retainers

Retainers are devices used to keep teeth in their new position after orthodontic treatment. There are two types of orthodontic retainers, removable and fixed. Removable retainers are made of plastic and wire, and can be taken out for eating, brushing, and flossing. They need to be worn as directed by your orthodontist. Fixed retainers are bonded to the back of your teeth and can’t be removed. You’ll need to take extra care when brushing and flossing to clean around them.

Early Orthodontic Treatment and Intervention

Early orthodontic treatment, also known as pediatric orthodontics, is treatment started before all permanent teeth have come in. Early treatment may be recommended when your child’s dentist or orthodontist identifies potential problems with the way the teeth and jaws are developing. The goal of early treatment is to intercept potential problems and guide the eruption of the permanent teeth into a more favorable position. Early treatment does not always mean that your child will need braces. In some cases, it may simply involve monitoring by your child’s orthodontist to ensure that no problems develop.

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