Performance Dental Center

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We also accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards for payment at Performance Dental Center. Contact us with any questions you may have or to learn more about our payment options.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! We pride ourselves on our customer service and treating our patients likes guests. We will always make every effort to get you seen the same day for any concern or emergency you may have. Call us at 720-277-3925 to schedule your appointment.

We understand that cost is sometimes a concern when it comes to dental treatment, and we never want finances to keep our patients from getting the high quality dental care they deserve. Dr. Sigman takes the time to educate you about your oral health and the treatment you might need, and we’ll also ensure that you understand the cost of your treatment prior to starting.

If you have dental insurance, we’re happy to help you understand how your benefit works and navigate what it covers so you can make the most of your insurance benefit. We’ll also take the time to pre-authorize your dental treatment prior to your procedure so you’ll understand exactly what’s covered and there will be no surprises.

Besides accepting cash, checks, and most major credit cards for payment, we also work with CareCredit, which is a third party company that can help patients break their treatment cost into affordable monthly payments. CareCredit makes treatment accessible to all our patients, and they even offer interest-free plans for patients who qualify.

We're happy to discuss your treatment needs and cost with you to help you select the right payment option for your needs and budget.


Unfortunately, most dental issues will progressively get worse and lead to bigger and more costly problems if they’re left untreated.

A dental infection, for example, may have started off as tooth decay that you could’ve treated with a simple dental filling. If you don't remove the decay and restore your tooth with a dental filling, the decay is allowed to progress and it may lead to an infection, which will then require a more invasive root canal to effectively treat it. Infection that’s left untreated can not only spread to other critical areas of your body, it can also result in tooth loss.

When it comes to dental treatment, Dr. Sigman is conservative and diagnoses with integrity. He also uses technology such as the intraoral camera and digital images to explain and show you exactly what’s needed and why. Our goal is to educate you about your oral health so you can make the right decisions about your dental care and treatment. If you have options, he’ll help you select the dental treatment that will best suit your needs, budget, and lifestyle.

We're here to be your partners in optimum oral health so you can maintain a beautiful smile and maximize your athletic performance.

There are many factors in treating worn down teeth. Dr. Sigman will review your case and give you options for how to best help your smile, from simple polishing of the worn edges, to bonding, to veneers and even crowns. Every situation is different, and we are happy to work with you to come up with a solution that works the best for you.

The answer is – yes.

Unfortunately, many dental problems don't hurt until they are VERY bad. In this way, dental problems are similar to conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure. They don't "hurt;” however, that doesn't mean you don't treat them. Neglecting your dental treatment until it hurts leads to bigger, more invasive, and more costly issues down the road.

We believe in prevention at Performance Dental Center. You can rest assured that Dr. Sigman is very conservative in his diagnosis and treatment, so his recommendations are truly what is needed to protect and benefit your oral health. We recommend that you see us every six months so we can monitor your oral health for issues such as oral cancer, tooth decay, cavities, and periodontal (gum disease), which can all be more successfully treated when detected early on. Professional cleanings remove the excess plaque buildup that causes many of these conditions, and examinations allow us to spot problems in their earliest stages.

We hope to see you regularly for cleanings and checkups so we can help you be proactive about any dental issues that may arise. This way, you’ll be able to maintain optimum oral health with the least invasive treatment possible. Be sure to call us to schedule your next appointment.

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