Cheri Neal, DDS
Cheri Neal, DDS enjoys being an integral part of not only the oral health of the families in her care, but their overall well-being. She attentively listens to her patient’s concerns and desired treatment outcome and combined with their needs provides them the highest quality care. She believes that practicing dentistry today is both exciting and rewarding. “With the advancements in dental materials and technology available to us as practitioners, we can deliver more predictable, long-lasting, beautiful, and natural smiles. I strive to deliver high quality care for my patients in an environment that is comfortable and a manner that is gentle.”
Dr. Neal graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a Bachelor of Science degree. She moved to Colorado from Nevada with her husband in 1990 to attend the University of Colorado, School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Neal opened her own dental office in the Southeast Denver metro area in 1999. After 20 years in business she is pleased to be working alongside the amazing team at Aspen Dental.
Dr. Neal is an associate member of the American Society of Implant & Reconstructive Dentistry. She also regularly participates in a variety of study clubs and continuing education courses on cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry, dental sleep medicine, and myofunctional orthodontics utilizing Myobrace appliances. With the innovations taking place in dentistry, Dr. Neal insists on keeping up with state-of-the-art techniques and technologies affecting the dental profession.
Dr. Neal and her husband had the privilege of raising their two sons in Colorado. They love living where there are four mild seasons in the year. As a family, they enjoy camping, hiking, golfing, the museums, and the zoo. They enjoy being involved in their church community as well as participating in other charitable organizations.
Since the age of six, it had been Dr. Neal’s dream to become a dentist. “A healthy smile opens doors! I have had the privilege of seeing the transformation a healthy smile makes. The transformations have been in body, spirit, and mind. The mouth is the gateway to the body. Nutrition, the building blocks of life, is improved for the person whose teeth have been repaired or replaced adding to their overall health and lifespan. A person’s self-esteem is elevated when they are comfortable with their smile. A smile is warm and inviting”.
Dr. Neal looks forward to working with you to improve and maintain your dental health as well as your overall well-being!
- American Society of Implant & Reconstructive Dentistry