When we decided to move to our new office in Lone Tree, we were excited to work with Joe Architect on the design of the space. They did a beautiful job and were able to create exactly what we wanted--a relaxing and peaceful environment for our patients, with a modern and open feel. Check out the Joe Architect Blog.
One big perk of being a Willow Creek Dental patient is our patient referral program. Our patients get to enjoy dinner on us for every new patient they refer to our office! This includes family, friends, co-workers or anyone else they tell about Willow Creek Dental.
So if you have had a great experience at our office, tell someone you know! You'll get your choice of a $25 gift card to one of four great area restaurants--Rio Grande, Pasta Jay's, Clock Tower Grill or Old Blinking Light. Just our way of saying thank you!
We are excited to announce that we have officially moved into our new office. It was a team effort and took a lot of work but it was all worth it!
Our new address is 9400 Station Street, Suite 175, Lone Tree, CO 80124. We are conveniently located off Park Meadows Drive at the Lincoln Light Rail Station, just north of the Marriott Hotel near I-25 and Lincoln.
We can't wait for you to visit the new office! Please call us with any questions at 303-779-2797.
Our new office construction is coming along great and our move-in date is rapidly approaching. We are planning to move to the new office the week of January 21 - 25. Here are some photos taken today.
Happy New Year! With 2012 now in the past, we welcome 2013 as a year of exciting changes. In just a few weeks we'll be moving to our new, state-of-the-art location in Lone Tree. We look forward to having the latest technology and more space for our patients and staff.
What are you looking forward to in 2013? Many people set resolutions on New Year's Eve to become healthier this year--whether it is weight loss, exercising more, quitting smoking or just trying to eat better. Don't forget that a healthier you can also include a healthier mouth. Making a point to take care of past dental issues that you put off will not only prevent the problem from getting worse, it will help your overall health. And for many of you, your dental insurance benefits may have renewed on January 1st. That means your maximum annual spend is once again available to you. We can't think of a better way to jumpstart a healthy 2013 than to take care of that dental work you need.
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