Mon-Thu: 9am – 5pm. Fri-Sun: Closed. *Every other Monday

Call Today 303-646-3940

Call Today   303-646-3940

796 E Kiowa Ave Elizabeth, CO 80107

Your Family Deserves Healthy Smiles

Timberline Family Dentistry is on the leading edge of preventive and health practices in Elizabeth to keep your smile in top shape — with the smallest amount of actual dental work!

We specialize in gentle teeth cleaning, custom white crowns & bridges, great fitting dentures, cosmetic veneers, gentle root canal therapy, conservative and effective treatment of gum disease, braces, and white fillings.

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MONDAY: 9AM – 5PM*
TUESDAY: 9AM – 5PM
WEDNESDAY: 9AM – 5PM
THURSDAY: 9AM – 5PM
FRIDAY-SUNDAY: Closed
*Every other Monday

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​Welcome to Timberline Family Dentistry of Elizabeth, CO!

Your first visit to our dental office in Elizabeth will be enjoyable and positive.
We will allow you ample time to ask questions or tell us about any concerns you may have. We will go over your expectations – your visit should be comfortable and educational.

​Welcome to Timberline Family Dentistry of Elizabeth, CO!

Your first visit to our dental office in Elizabeth will be enjoyable and positive.
We will allow you ample time to ask questions or tell us about any concerns you may have. We will go over your expectations – your visit should be comfortable and educational.

Dr. Aaron Goodman, DDS

Dr. Goodman and his family have been in Colorado on and off since 2001. He grew up in Tucson, AZ and did his undergraduate work at the University of Arizona and Brigham Young University and received his Dental Degree from the University of Colorado in 2005.

Dr. Matthew Young, DDS

Dr. Young grew up in Littleton, CO with a brief stint in Milwaukee, WI. He graduated from Heritage High School in Littleton. He then attended Brigham Young University in Provo, UT where he met his beautiful wife, Leslie.

Dr. Aaron English, DDS

Dr. Aaron English grew up in Michigan and has lived in New York and Texas. He went into dentistry because he wanted to be able to make a positive impact on people’s lives by improving their smiles. Dr. English completed his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the University of Buffalo in upstate New York.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Invisalign in Elizabeth, Colorado

Metal braces can be tedious and painful. It is often difficult to brush and floss effectively to remove all the food from your teeth, and the contant appointments can be time-consuming. Luckily, there is a more convenient way to perfect your smile; Invisalign. 

Dental Implants

Dental implants are by far one of the best ways to replace a tooth in the modern world. Long-lasting and incredibly durable, this option is a great one for those who want to ensure that they can ignore their tooth once the procedure is completed. But what exactly can you expect from this sort of treatment and what is the timeline for it? Let’s take a look at the dental implants process to give you an idea of how this all works.

Sleep Apnea

When trying to determine whether or not you have sleep apnea it is best to go to your general physician to get diagnosed. Some signs that point to sleep apnea include:
Loud snoring while sleeping. Even though not all snorers have sleep apnea, it is a common problem that happens to people with the disorder.

Invisalign in Elizabeth, Colorado

Metal braces can be tedious and painful. It is often difficult to brush and floss effectively to remove all the food from your teeth, and the contant appointments can be time-consuming. Luckily, there is a more convenient way to perfect your smile; Invisalign. 

Dental Implants

Dental implants are by far one of the best ways to replace a tooth in the modern world. Long-lasting and incredibly durable, this option is a great one for those who want to ensure that they can ignore their tooth once the procedure is completed. But what exactly can you expect from this sort of treatment and what is the timeline for it? Let’s take a look at the dental implants process to give you an idea of how this all works.

Sleep Apnea

When trying to determine whether or not you have sleep apnea it is best to go to your general physician to get diagnosed. Some signs that point to sleep apnea include:
Loud snoring while sleeping. Even though not all snorers have sleep apnea, it is a common problem that happens to people with the disorder.

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​Exceptional Dental Care in Colorado Since 1977

Welcome to Timberline Family Dentistry! We know that finding the right dentist is not always an easy task, so we are so glad you have chosen us. Your first visit with us will be comfortable and educational. We want you to know exactly what services are offered to you and what each procedure looks like. You can feel confident that you and your family are in the best hands here in Elizabeth, Colorado. 

We invite you to call one of our trusted dentists in Colorado today at 303-646-3940 to schedule an appointment. You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions From Our Patients

What type of orthodontics you offer?

Because there are different types of patients, we give you three options for clear aligner orthodontics. You can choose between Invisalign, ClearCorrect, and SureSmile to straighten your teeth. All three options use transparent trays that will gently move your teeth into their proper positions. Plus, you could complete your treatment in as few as 12 months.

What are dental implants, and how can they help me?

Dental implants are a wonderful invention of modern dentistry. Implants are usually made from titanium because this metal will fuse with your jawbone to create a stable base for replacement teeth. Your dentist will insert one or more implants into your jaw where you are missing teeth. After a healing period, he’ll attach new teeth to them. You’ll have a renewed bite and a complete smile again.

Can you help me with my sleep apnea?

Yes, we can! Dr. Goodman has received special training in the Vivos® System to treat sleep apnea. He and a board-certified physician will work together to diagnose your sleep apnea and provide the appropriate treatment. Usually a special oral appliance is made that opens your airway by gently expanding your jawbones outward. The result is easier breathing and elimination of sleep apnea symptoms.