Welcome to Gentle Smiles of Colorado!

Choosing a dentist to trust with your oral health and appearance is a decision that patients never want to regret. At Gentle Smiles of Colorado, Dr. Timothy J. Wachuta and Dr. Kelsey Appleby make up our team of dedicated dentists. They work along with our support staff in maintaining an uplifting, welcoming atmosphere that makes patients feel at ease throughout the treatment process. With decades of combined experience, the doctors understand patient needs and how best to meet them.

Top Dentists in Denver, Wheat Ridge & Golden Provide Superior Care

At Gentle Smiles of Colorado, our team of expert dentists aims to provide exceptional services to each of their patients with the help of our fantastic support staff. These services include:

  • Routine Exams & Cleaning
  • Fillings
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Root Canals
  • Extractions
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Veneers
  • Dental Implants
  • Composite Bonding
  • Gum Disease Treatment

We accept patients of all ages, so the entire family can receive excellent dental care from the moment the first tooth arrives.

Dedicated to Patient Satisfaction

Our patients are our number one priority. The skilled doctors and staff at Gentle Smiles of Colorado provide each patient with individualized care to ensure that they have the best experience possible. If you are in need of a family dentist, call our office at 303-756-2770 or contact us online to schedule an appointment and learn more about how our services can help you meet your oral health goals. With three locations in Denver, Golden and Wheat Ridge, Gentle Smiles of Colorado is never far away! We can’t wait to meet you!


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Meet Our Doctors

To experience the difference that only well-trained, professional doctors can deliver, get to know Drs. Timothy Wachuta, Nathaniel Leedy and Kelsey Appleby!

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Patient Forms

Print and fill out your new patient forms at your convenience, then bring them to your first appointment so you can save time checking in at your first visit.

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Periodontal disease affects the gums and the bone supporting the teeth. Gum disease can cause inflammation, tooth loss and bone damage.