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established by your use of this site. No diagnosis or treatment is being provided. The information
contained here should be used in consultation with a dentist of your choice. No guarantees or
warranties are made regarding any of the information contained within the web site. This web site is
not intended to offer specific medical or dental advice to anyone. Purvi V. Shah, MS, DDS is licensed to
practice in the state of Colorado and this web site is not intended to solicit patients from other states.
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Pediatric dentist Dr. Purvi V. Shah provides dental care for the children of Douglas County, Arapahoe
County, Jefferson County and the Greater Denver Metro Area.
Service area includes: Castle Pines North, Castle Pines Village, Castle Rock, Centennial, Cherry Hills
Village, Denver, Elizabeth, Englewood, Franktown, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Kiowa,
Larkspur, Littleton, Lone Tree, Monument, Parker, Sedalia
Dr. Shah also provides pediatric dental care for children in her practice at The Children's Hospital,
Denver, The Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, Colorado and at the Medical Center of Aurora.
We are a pediatric dental specialty practice where
dental care for infants, children, young adults, and
those with special health care needs is a priority and
a personal commitment.
We are guided by principles that we believe are our
responsibility to our children and to our community:
- Genuine care for each child
- Time and effort set forth to make each child's
dental visit anxiety free, friendly and fun
- Giving the finest dental care available to each
Every child deserves a healthy start in life! We believe
achieving and providing good oral health care to your
child is a collaborative effort between you and us. We
are committed in that effort and welcome you to join
us in this endeavor.
5280 Top Dentist 2009-2013
Here are some links to issues concerning children's health and health in general:
* Please use the links and information provided for general information purposes only! Always check
with your doctor before making any health decisions or applying any research findings or advice.
Keeping Your Skin Health - An interactive tutorial
Naps Can Aid Learning in Preschoolers
Smaller Bowls May Keep Kids from Overeating
Screen Time Again Linked to Kids' Extra Weight
Eat Nuts, Live Longer?
Lead Hazards in Some Holiday Toys
Your Fridge and Food Safety
Family Support Key to Diabetes Prevention, Management
Schools Can Set Tone for Healthy Eating
Smaller Belly, Less Deli May Reduce Kidney Disease Risk
How to Be a Good Visitor to a Healthcare Facility
Try Talking More to Boost Your Toddler's Vocabulary
'Super-Magnets' Pose Rising Threat to Kids, Study Finds
Exercise and School Grades
Go to Bed! Study Finds Irregular Bedtimes Linked to Behavior Problems in Children
Halloween and Food Allergies
Can Antioxidants in Fruits and Vegetables Protect You and Your Heart?
Power Naps for Preschoolers
Dos and Don'ts of Giving OTC Cough and Cold Medicines to your Child
Does Learning Begin in the Womb?
Babies May Remember Words Heard Before Birth
Early Stuttering Common, Not Tied to Development Issues
Autism and ADHD
Good Nutrition Can Boost School Performance, Expert Says
School Bus Safety
Allergies, Asthma Show Links to ADHD: Study
Eating More Fruit May Lower Your Risk of Lethal Aneurysm
School Starts Soon—Is Your Child Fully Vaccinated?
If you were a preemie, take heed for your heart
Breast-Feeding Tied to Reduced Child Obesity
Inducing, augmenting labor may be tied to autism
Obesity Risk Factors May Vary for Boys, Girls
Kids' chronic stomach pain tied to anxiety disorders