8595 RALSTON ROAD · ARVADA, COLORADO 80002

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Generations Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
A Great Dentist

Welcome to Generations Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr. Lindsay Compton

Dr. Lindsay Compton is excited to provide care to families in Arvada, Colorado, and the surrounding communities. Before purchasing Generations Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, she earned her DDS from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry and practiced as an associate, providing excellent care and earning her patients’ trust. She is an award-winning dentist and has been published in the Journal of Dental Research. She is also an accomplished athlete, skiing and running in marathons!

Patient Testimonials

"I have been a a patient of Dr. Beaver's/Compton's office since the year 2000. They accomplished an amazing orthodontic outcome for me. I love my smile now! They have always provided kind & caring services and the staff is so friendly! I can't imagine trusting my dental care to anyone else.- Tamara

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3 Keys to Optimal Oral Health 

Dentistry has always kept you safe, and always will. In this time of crisis, your dentist will remain focused on your overall health and well-being. Consider these keys to finding comfort: 

#1 Personal Protective Equipment to Keep You Safe 

#2 Avoid Pain and Complications 

#3 Maximize Your Oral Health Care and Minimize Your Time at the Dentist 

Here are some questions you can ask us about your dental visit:

Question 1: How important is maintaining my oral health? 

The health of your teeth and mouth are integral to your overall physiology and well-being. From a clinical perspective, early treatment is always best. Putting off discomfort with a tooth, or any concern about your oral health, is more time-consuming and costly in the long run. 

Question 2: What safety measures are in place in the dental practice? 

In addition to the strict guidelines we have always followed in operatories, we are paying close attention to office areas where social distancing is essential, like reception areas, administrative counters and restrooms, which are closely monitored and disinfected throughout the day. 

From the regular hygiene appointments you missed during the shutdowns, to more complex procedures that have you a bit concerned, we have your back — because we are all part of the same effort to keep our communities healthy. 

Examples of safety equipment enhancements:
• Minimized aerosols • Face shields • Top-of-the-line masks (N-95) 

Question 3: How do I minimize my time at the dentist but maximize my oral health? 

To minimize your time at the dentist you want to work with your dental team to understand how you can group parts of your treatment together so that you can spend less time in the dental chair yet maximize the benefits of treatment. Doing this will minimize the trips to and from the office as well as the amount of time you spend in the chair. Ask your dental team how. 

Question 4: Can you make this affordable for me? 

Your dental team is prepared to provide you with options for consolidating treatment into as few visits as possible, in addition to financial arrangements that you’re comfortable with. Just ask them how they can help! 

Question 5: I fall in the COVID-19 at-risk category. How do you make sure I am safe 

and healthy? 

If you’re 65 or older, or suffer from pre-existing conditions, it’s crucial to limit your exposure – so we recommend working with your dental team to address treatment in the safest and most efficient manner possible. 

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Your health and safety are our highest priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dentistry has always kept you safe, and always will. In this time of crisis, we will remain focused on your overall health and well-being. Please call our office at 303.421.2131 or click here to learn more about how we are keeping you safe and healthy.