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Longmont CO dentist

We offer a wide range of pediatric dental services at our Longmont practice, including orthodontics and emergency dentistry. If you experience a dental emergency, contact The ToothZone Network immediately so that we can treat you as quickly as possible. Our dentists provide urgent dental care to patients from the city and nearby communities. We treat all types of dental emergencies, including toothaches and tooth pain, knocked-out teeth, damaged dental work, and more. We look forward to being your partner in dental health.

If you are unsure whether your situation is considered a dental emergency, do not hesitate to contact us anyway. We quickly diagnose and determine the gravity of the problem and treat you according to your emergency needs promptly. Sometimes life happens, and there are just times when dental care is immediately needed. In these times, an emergency dentist is who you need to call.


Directions to Our Practice

If you aren’t familiar with our location in Apopka, we can help using a few notable starting points in town as a reference. For anyone coming to us from the direction of the Longmont Public Library, get on Kimbark St heading north, then turn left onto 9th Ave. Turn right onto Francis St, then left onto Mountain View Ave. Turn into our parking lot right before Linden St. If you reach the hospital, you’ve gone too far!

If you’re coming to us from the direction of Garden Acres Park, get onto Spencer St heading south, then turn right onto 17th Ave. At the intersection with the Safeway, turn left onto Hover St. At the Conoco, turn left again onto Mountain View Ave. Just a couple buildings after the hospital, you’ll find us coming up on your left.


Longmont History

Longmont, founded in 1871 as the Chicago-Colorado Colony, traces its roots to the innovative vision of individuals from Chicago, led by president Robert Collyer. This community, initially established within a square mile with a grid plan, pioneered as Boulder County’s first planned city. Flourishing as an agricultural hub post the Colorado Central Railroad’s arrival in 1877, Longmont has witnessed transformative phases in its history.

The 1960s marked the city’s diversification with the establishment of the Denver Air Route Traffic Control Center and IBM’s development campus. While agriculture waned, Longmont embraced technology, hosting companies like Seagate and Amgen. The 1990s brought a vibrant revival to downtown Main Street, solidifying the city’s resilience.

Notably, the southern edge witnessed the inception of Colorado’s first New Urbanist project, Prospect New Town, in the mid-1990s, designed by architects Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk. Longmont has historical significance as the site of Colorado’s inaugural library in 1871, followed by a Carnegie library in 1913. The city continued to evolve, reflecting its commitment to technological advancement with the launch of its municipal gigabit data fiber-optic network, NextLight, in 2013.


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