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BPA Free, Gluten Free, and Latex Free Dentistry
Your Louisville, CO, dentist for BPA, gluten, and latex concerns
With the severity of allergies increasing, it’s essential to know what dentists in your local community are sensitive to your needs. It’s also important to know what local businesses are conscious about BPA-free products to ensure your safety. Based in Louisville, CO; we are your local dentist for those with gluten and latex allergies and BPA concerns.
What does being BPA-free in dentistry mean?
BPA (or Bisphenol A) is a material often found in plastics that resembles the hormone estrogen (hormone disruptor). Hormone disrupters confuse the body to produce more hormones; this correlates to certain cancers. With the transition from metal fillings (due to mercury in most metal fillings) to white (composite) fillings, there is a risk of plastics containing BPA.
We’re proud to be your Louisville, CO dentist that uses only BPA-free material.
What does being gluten-free in dentistry mean?
Being mindful of what may upset those with celiac disease is vital in any business, especially those that work with products you may ingest. That includes polishing toothpaste, anesthetics, and cement in the dental world.
Our office only uses gluten-free products to ensure all our patients are safe from potential celiac disease reactions.
What does being latex free in dentistry mean?
You likely know that most gloves are latex, but did you also know that some dental tools, such as polishing angles, also use latex? We use latex-free (and powder-free) gloves, ensuring that all our dental tools are also latex-free.
If you consciously avoid BPA or are looking for a latex-free/gluten-free dentist in Louisville, CO, call our team at (303) 802-4313. Also, if you have other allergen concerns, talk with our team to ensure we consider the proper treatment during your visit.