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Rocky Mountain Laser Enhanced Dentistry: Your Dentist in Longmont, CO

Dr. Brad Wood DDS and his staff offer a complete range of treatments utilizing the latest laser and cutting-edge technology to improve the quality and comfort of your dental treatment.  Every effort has been made to make this a top-of-the-line facility with a calm, comfortable environment delivering the very best dental care in Longmont, Colorado. 

Utilizing advanced technology such as lasers allows dental procedures to be completed more precisely, painlessly (fewer injections), and at a higher quality.  Lasers can be applied to almost every aspect of dentistry including periodontics (gum disease treatment), endodontics (root canal treatment), decay removal, desensitizing teeth, healing cold sores and canker sores, gum surgery (esthetic gum recontouring, frenectomies), and the list of applications continue to grow.  

Dr. Wood is committed to using the latest cutting-edge technology, delivering high-quality long-term restorative dentistry, and building long-lasting relationships!

Come and experience the benefits of 21st-century dentistry at its best.


Meet Our Doctor

  • Dr. Brad Wood

    Dr. Brad Wood is a graduate of the University of Kansas and received his dental training from the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry. School of Dentistry.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I have been going to Dr. Brad Wood for 15 years and the care and compassion has been wonderful. I had been looking for a good dentist for a long time. Once I started going there I have kept up on regular dental care, which I never did before. He and his staff are great. I have always felt comfortable there and have received very good care."
    Debbie B.

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