Dr. Ashley Underwood is from Colorado and grew up on the Front Range in Colorado Springs and Centennial. After two years as an assistant in orthodontics in Colorado, where she earned a PhD in dentistry, she attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) School of Dentistry. From there, she spent four years at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), specializing in pediatric dentistry.
She then completed a residency in pediatric dentistry at Children's Hospital of Colorado in Aurora, CO. After completing her pediatric residency, Dr. Cathers returned to Colorado, where she has practiced for the past five years and recently served as president of the Colorado Association of Pediatric Dentists.
Dr. Craig is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Dental Association and the Colorado Association of Pediatric Dentists, as well as the National Academy of Pediatrics. She is an associate professor of dentistry at the University of Colorado School of Dentistry, where she serves as a faculty member in the faculty's Department of Orthopaedics and Orthodontics, and is the chair of the board of trustees of the U.S. Dental Association.
Dr. Cathers is a member of the American Dental Association and the Colorado Association of Pediatric Dentists, as well as the National Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Strange has his own private practice in Denver, Colorado, with offices in Colorado Springs, Denver and Boulder.
For years, Dr. Cathers has volunteered at health fairs, taught at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, and designed presentations for schools to emphasize the importance of early dental care. He feels fortunate to be part of the Pediatric D Dental Group in Colorado and is a member of the American Board of Pediatrics Dentistry. Dr. Suslik is a member of many dental societies, including the Colorado Association of Dentists, the National Academy of Pediatrics, the International Society of Children's Dentists, and the United States Dentsist Association. Dr. Underwood is a board member - certified by the American Board for Ped Pediatric Dentistry, is a member of both the U.S. Dentists Association and the Colorado DENTIST Association, He has been a board member and associate professor of pediatrics at Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine for more than 20 years and has taught at universities in Denver, Colorado Springs and Boulder.
He has passed on his knowledge and passion for pediatric dentistry to a variety of dentists and specialists in Colorado and across the country. He also offers restorative and cosmetic services, including dental implants, root canal surgery, dental fillings and other dental procedures.
Dentists are trained to carry out an examination under the supervision of a dentist and a qualified pediatric dentist in a modern facility.
These facilities are equipped for emergency dental services and have dentists located inside and outside the office. An emergency dentist will provide you with your emergency dentist during normal (and sometimes longer) working hours and will usually be available on call. Our facility has a dentist on call, available at any time of the day and night. If you simply can't bear to wait until your dentist opens during normal business hours, our 24-hour dentist is at your side to help and work with you. You could just be the call - to the dentist to be at your disposal at any time, day or night!
If you are not aware that there is a 24-hour dental centre near you, you can contact the nearest dentist who will visit you as soon as possible. To make an appointment for the same day, simply call 1-888-896-1427 and enter your postcode. Our patient care team will help you find your dentist immediately.
Typically, patients have circumstances where they cannot wait to see their GP and need immediate attention. Our 24-hour dentist goes beyond that to be available 24 hours a day. A live operator is always available for you in a dental emergency and during a walk - the dentist is in the practice and accepts new patients for an appointment.
Fred Goad, 76, of Brentwood, Tennessee, doesn't mind driving 10 hours to see Dr. Fred's list of emergencies - his visits to the dentist include a broken tooth, bleeding gums, toothache and a sore tooth. Students are looked after by our 24-hour dental practice and 24 / 7 consultation hours. This includes an emergency visit to the emergency doctor and a visit to the dentist, as well as an appointment in the practice for a dental examination.
Dr. Hirschman is based in his endodontic home and has been practicing in Colorado for over 20 years, where he focuses on root canal treatments. He then completed his residency at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, where he graduated in 2000 with a Master of Science degree. After graduating with honors in 2001, he continued to receive a master's degree in pediatric dentistry from Baylor University in Dallas. He then received his doctorate in dental surgery from the University of Detroit Mercy's School of Dentology in 2007.