About Us

Dr. Sayers and his team are fully committed to providing high quality, affordable service for the entire family. Our patients are the most important assets, and our goal is to form a long-lasting relationship with all of them. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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    Patient Satisfaction
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    Patient Comfort

Meet the Team users

  • Jack C. Moss DDS

    read more…Jack C. MossJack C. Moss DDS is 62 years old, he has been practicing dentistry for 38 years. Jack graduated from Creighton University School of Dentistry. He also served 5 years in the Army Dental Corps which he earned the Army Commendation Medal. Dr. Moss was in private practice for 12 years, has also worked 12 years in a group practice, 6 years in corporate practice and has come full circle back to private practice.

    Dr. Moss is married and has 3 grown boys. Jack has a love for music, he collects guitars and owns his own recording studio. He’s the lead singer and guitarist for his rock band the “Jealous Suits”.
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  • Trent Sayers DDS

    read more…Trent SayersDr. Trent Sayers is originally from Nebraska. He attended the University of Missouri Kansas City where he obtained a Bachelor degree in Chemistry. He went on to study dentistry at the University of Toronto. Dr. Sayers is dual board certified and an active member of many professional organizations including the American and Colorado Dental Association, the Canadian and Ontario Dental Association. Dr. Sayers loves his work as a dentist, as it allows him to improve the self esteem of his patients by changing their smile or alleviating discomfort. Outside the office he enjoys spending time with his daughter, playing sports, instruments and observing the latest movies.
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  • Dr. Craig Horner DDS

    read more…Dr. Craig HornerDr. Horner grew up in Littleton. After graduating from Littleton High School he attended the Colorado School of Mines, graduating with a degree in petroleum engineering. After working for two years for Tenneco Oil Company, Dr. Horner decided to make a career change to dentistry and spent the next four years at the Creighton Dental School and two more years of postgraduate study in orthodontics at the University of Minnesota. Since completing his orthodontic training Dr. Horner has been in private practice in Littleton specializing in orthodontics.

    Dr. Horner is married and has three grown children and six grandchildren. His hobbies are golf and fishing and spending time at his second home in Costa Rica
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  • Travis Haws DDS

    read more…Travis HawsDr. Travis Haws was born and raised in Colorado. He graduated from Cherry Creek High School where he enjoyed playing tennis and lacrosse. He went on to get his bachelor degree at the University of Utah in Psychology. He graduated, with honors, in 1998 from Creighton University School of Dental Medicine where he was the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships. Immediately following graduation, he received a year of extensive oral surgery training as, an orals surgery resident, at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He then returned to his native home of Colorado to begin his dental Career. In addition to practicing the scope of dentistry, Dr. Haws spent seven years as a technical advisor for a dental implant and bone graft manufacturer. He obtained extensive experiences as he studied and trained doctors about dental implants. Dr. Haws keeps up with and provides the latest treatment advancements in dentistry by steadily attending continuing education programs. He is an active member of the ADA, CDA, and MDDS.
    Beyond his professional life, Dr. Haws is married with six (yes 6) children (the later three being triplets) and spends his spare time keeping up with all the kid’s events as well as hitting the slopes, coaching, water-skiing, the occasional gym workout, and a rare nap.
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Services Provided layers

+ Zoom Whitening

The biggest advantage to in-office whitening is that in just one visit, you get the most advanced whitening results.

+ Extractions

If a tooth has been damaged through decay or some kind of injury, your dentist may try to fix it with a filling, a crown, or other treatments. However, if too much damage has occurred and the tooth can’t be repaired, then the tooth needs to be extracted. Tooth extraction is when the tooth is completely removed from its socket in the bone.

+ Crown

A dental crown is a tooth-­shaped cap that completely covers the visible portion of a natural tooth above the gum line. Their purpose is to restore the natural tooth’s shape and size, strength, and to improve its appearance.

+ Orthodontics

Whether your teeth need major alterations or just need to be shifted slightly, South West Dental Care has what you need. Our doctors have years of experience administering orthodontic treatments to help patients with misaligned bites, and crooked, crowded or irregularly spaced teeth. No matter your age or your budget, we have a treatment that can give you the smile you deserve!

+ Periodontics

Periodontal treatments are used when you have developed gum disease. Gingivitis is the most common form of gum disease and can be reversed with professional treatment and good oral habits at home. If gingivitis is left untreated, it can turn into Periodontitis, which is much more serious and could even cause you to lose your teeth. South West Dental Care offers several services used to help repair gum disease, including Scaling and root planing, tray delivery systems, gum grafting surgery, laser treatment for gum disease, dental crown lengthening, dental implants and pocket reduction procedures. We know that we can work together with you to solve your periodontal issues and preserve your smile.

+ Removable Dentures

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and the surrounding tissues. You can choose complete dentures for when all the teeth are missing, or partial dentures for when a few natural teeth still remain. Your dentist will makes a series of impressions and take measurements of your jaw to cast a test denture, then assess its color, shape and fit before creating the final denture.

+ Restorative

No matter how well you take care of your teeth, you may end up needing one of our restorative treatments. Whether it’s because of a traumatic injury or dental disease, we are here to help restore the beauty and function of your teeth! Our restorative treatments include fillings, caps, dentures, bridges, implants, root canal therapy and more. At South West Dental Care, you can feel confident that your smile will look and feel as good as ever!

+ Mouth-guards

There are many reasons to wear a mouth guard, and not all of them have to do with flying soccer balls. Athletic mouth guards are a great investment for those who are involved in sports and could potentially make contact with a ball, the ground or another player. Dental injuries can be extremely painful, expensive and time consuming to correct, so wearing an athletic mouth guard to protect and prevent such an injury makes sense. Others may need occlusal splints, bite splints or night guards to help protect their teeth from night time clenching or grinding, which can cause wear, tooth fractures, headaches and neck aches. A mouth guard can also offer protection to the sensitive tissues in your mouth if you wear braces. If you need a mouth guard for any reason, our office would love to custom make one that will fit you comfortably and protect you when you need it!

+ Root Canals

A root canal repairs and saves a tooth that is badly decayed or has been infected. The nerve and pulp of the tooth are removed, then the tooth is cleaned and sealed to prevent further decay and infection.

+ Bridge

A dental bridge is made up of two anchoring teeth on either side of a gap ­ these are called abutment teeth. Inside the gap sits the false tooth, called a pontic, which can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials. Adversely, a dental implant can be used to replace multiple teeth without the support of adjacent healthy teeth. Implants are fused to the jawbone and become a permanent fixture, lasting a lifetime with little maintenance required.

+ Implants

A dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the jaw bone or the skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a bridge, denture, crown, or facial prostetisis

Location & Hours map

8246 W Bowles Ave.
Suite S
Littleton CO 80123
(303) 932-0200
swdentalcare@hotmail.com
Monday
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday
Closed
Saturday
8:00am - 3:00pm 1 time a month
Sunday
Closed

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