About Colorado Springs Dentist – Doctor Gary Moore.
Dr. Gary Moore graduated in 1986 from Loma Linda University, School of Dentistry. Since then, he has completed literally hundreds of continuing education hours, studying with some of the greatest minds of dentistry and perfecting dental techniques that most dentists shy away from. For several years, he was a faculty member and taught at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry.
He believes that your experience at a dental office should be comfortable as possible, and does everything possible to make his patients have a great experience. As a premier Colorado Springs dentist, he looks forward to helping you with your dental needs.
He is married with two children and enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family.
About Colorado Springs Dentist – Doctor Rachel Espinoza
Dr. Rachel Espinoza was born and raised in Northern California. She completed her B.S. in Biology with a concentration in physiology and a minor in chemistry at Sonoma State University. Afterwards, she moved to Los Angeles to attend the UCLA School of Dentistry. During her time there, she volunteered through various student organizations and earned honors in oral pathology, restorative dentistry, and hospital dentistry. Dr. Espinoza has been striving to help her patients reach their oral health goals in the Southern Colorado region since 2017. She is an active member of the Academy of General Dentists, the American Dental Association, and the Colorado Springs Dental Society. When she is not in the office, you can catch her at the gym, exploring Colorado, mentoring UCCS students pursuing healthcare careers or volunteering with Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Going to the dentist can be a hassle to begin with. Not only do most people rarely make time for regular checkups, but dental emergencies can be even tougher to plan for. Whether you chip your teeth on a piece of popcorn at the movies or your child breaks a tooth while playing sports, going to the dentist is not something that most people want to do. This is especially true in the event that these individuals do not know the extent of the damage on the tooth. After all, it can be expensive to see an emergency dentist, which is an expense most people would prefer to avoid if at all possible.