Dr. Christopher Hahn, Practice Limited to Microscopic and Laser Endodontics

Leading care aided by cutting-edge laser and microscope technology

Dr. Christopher Hahn, Practicing Family Endodontic Care in the Mile High City

Recognized by 5280 Magazine as one of Denver’s Top Endodontists

Leading care aided by cutting-edge laser and microscope technology

Dr. Christopher Hahn, Practicing Family Endodontic Care in the Mile High City

Dr. Christopher Hahn, Practicing Family Endodontic Care in the Mile High City

Thank you for your interest in Mile High Endodontics, a specialty practice dedicated exclusively to Microscopic Laser Endodontic Root Canal Therapy.

Dr. Christopher Hahn and his staff comprise Mile High Endodontic Specialty Group. Our office has been an area leader in endodontic treatment since 1975, and has grown to be one of the most highly regarded endodontic specialty practices in Colorado. Dr. Christopher Hahn was recently recognized by 5280 Magazine as one of Denver’s Top Endodontists, as voted by his dental peers.

staff

Our Staff

Our caring staff and talented endodontists are a collaboration of the most highly skilled endodontic professionals in the industry. We offer unparalleled academic training and experience to benefit your varied
endodontic needs.

location

Our Office is Located

at 7555 E Hampden Avenue #305 situated between Embassy Suites and Super Target in the Tamarac Plaza, directly across
from Whole Foods.

patient info

Patient Information

We have put together some materials that will help you better understand the procedure and what to expect
during your visit.

FAQsFrequently Asked Questions

What are the alternatives to retreatment?

For some patients considering retreatment, endodontic surgery is also an option. This surgery involves making an incision near the end of the root to allow the tip of the root to be sealed. Endodontic surgery may be recommended in conjunction with retreatment or as an alternative. Your endodontist will discuss these options and recommend appropriate treatment. Sometimes, the only other … Continue reading What are the alternatives to retreatment?

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What causes an endodontically treated tooth to need additional treatment?

Most teeth can be treated. Occasionally, a tooth can’t be saved because the root canals are not accessible, the root is severely fractured, the tooth doesn’t have adequate bone support, or the tooth cannot be restored. However, advances in endodontics are making it possible to save teeth that even a few years ago would have been lost. And, when endodontic … Continue reading What causes an endodontically treated tooth to need additional treatment?

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Why Endodontic Surgery Is Needed

Surgery can help save your tooth in a variety of situations: Surgery may be used in diagnosis. If you have persistent symptoms but no problems appear on your x-ray, your tooth may have a tiny fracture or canal that could not be detected during nonsurgical treatment. In such a case, surgery allows your endodontist to examine the root of your … Continue reading Why Endodontic Surgery Is Needed

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February 14 – American Association of Endodontists

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March 23 – Boulder Health Screenings

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March 29 – Open House

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