Generations Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

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

When Should my Child First See a Dentist?

We agree with the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics that children should see a dentist when their first tooth comes in or when they reach the age of one, whichever comes first.

These early visits are important for a few reasons:

  • They establish the dentist’s office as a familiar and safe place early on in life.
  • They give you and Dr. Compton the opportunity to discuss your child’s health before any problems develop so that we can hopefully head them off.
  • They give us early insight into your child’s development so that we can have a complete record as they grow.

Your child and Dr. Compton will have the opportunity to develop a trust-based relationship. Dental anxiety is a huge problem among adults and we believe that establishing this trust early on in life helps to reduce fear and make it more likely that your child will stick with good health habits throughout life.

Many dental problems start early on and it helps us to know a child’s history. Is your family prone to cavities and gum disease? Does your child use a pacifier or suck his or her thumb? Has your child ever had a dental injury? This information will help guide our care later on in your child’s life. 

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