Comprehensive Dental Care for your Family in Colorado

Meet Dr. Jenna Carlin

Dr. Jenna Carlin grew up in Santa Clarita, CA. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she was a student athlete on the softball team; Go Heels! She then attended the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry at USC pursuing her passion for dentistry. She enjoyed being part of multiple study clubs and volunteering for dental mission trips in Cambodia and Nicaragua. After graduating, she completed a residency at the West Los Angeles Veteran’s Affairs Hospital, where she treated medically compromised veterans in all dental procedures including cosmetic dentistry, endodontics, fixed and removable prosthetics, implants and oral surgery. She then worked in private practice in Santa Monica, CA before moving to Denver, CO. Dr. Carlin is committed to providing excellent dental care and providing the best experience for her patients. In order to stay up to date with current techniques, Dr. Carlin attends numerous continuing education courses each year and is Invisalign certified.

Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, 2-year-old daugther, newborn son and dog, snowboarding, and watching UNC games. She also loves playing soccer, golf, and tennis.

Meet Dr. Tiffany Avey

Dr. Tiffany Avey has wanted to be a dentist since she was five years old. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. To fulfil her lifelong dream of becoming a dentist she graduated from University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine where she met her husband, Cory.

Dr. Avey and her husband both moved to rural Oregon for several years after graduation to work with underserved populations. She is passionate about continuing education and providing dental care to patients of all ages. One of her favorite parts of dentistry is being able to make the dental office a positive experience for patients with dental anxiety. She is extremely excited to be back in Colorado and enjoying all of the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer. In her free time Dr. Avey enjoys hiking 14ers, reading, and spending time with her Bernese Mountain Dog.



Keep your teeth healthy for life! By taking small preventative measures regularly, you can keep your teeth and gums healthy today and every day. Select learn more below to learn more about how Tamarac Dental Care can help you achieve and maintain a healthy smile for a lifetime!


A damaged tooth that cannot function safely without the risk of fracturing needs the stability and protection of a crown. Damage like this occurs when a tooth has been broken, has a large filling, or has undergone root canal therapy. The dental crown covers the part of the tooth above the gum line and restores a tooth back to full functionality while preventing bacteria to come in contact with the underlying tooth structure.

If you are missing an adjacent tooth, a dental bridge can crown and restore the existing neighboring teeth while providing a durable solution to replace and fill the missing space.


Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple, dental implants are the best teeth replacement option because they are most like natural teeth, The restoration options with implants are numerous. Ask one of our team members about a customized implant consultation. We will work with you to design a treatment plan that considers your smile goals, functionality, and budgetary needs. 

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More patients are choosing revolutionary Invisalign® orthodontic treatment. Invisalign® is the clear orthodontic alternative to traditional braces, and uses a series of customized trays to correct misaligned teeth. Not only does Invisalign® have clear, discreet aligners, they are removable, which means you do not have to change your dietary preferences, and also allows for better oral hygiene while undergoing treatment. They are also smooth, customized trays which means no uncomfortable wires or braces.

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One of the fears associated with going to the dentist is that the dentist will end up pulling one or more teeth. This fear often will prevent us from going to the dentist for our regular check ups and cleanings necessary for good oral hygiene. The truth is that dental extractions are just another part of good oral hygiene and are quite uncommon compared to the number of simple examinations that we should be exposed to.


A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed, well over 14 million every year. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for dental implants or bridges.


Baby teeth are the primary teeth that appear within your child’s mouth from around the age of six months old. Although only a temporary factor in the long term composition of your baby’s mouth, they are never the less, an important stage in the growth of the child and as such, proper oral hygiene should be maintained from the moment they appear.

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If your teeth aren’t as bright as you’d like them to be, your smile might not provide you with the confidence it should. Luckily, at Tamarac Dental Care, you can find a wide range of in-office and at-home solutions for teeth whitening to help you get the smile you’ve always wanted. Call or make an appointment online today to see what a healthy, bright smile can do for you.

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Dental veneers are custom thin shells of porcelain or composite resin that are designed exclusively for you. They are designed to permanently fit over your existing teeth to correct misshapen, chipped or discolored teeth. Veneers are the quick way to achieve a more beautiful, natural-looking smile.

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Sedation dentistry (Nitrous Oxide) is a service provided by Tamarac Dental Care in which the patient is given medication that will help them relax and feel calm during any dental procedure. This service can be especially helpful for patients who are anxious or fearful about going to the dentist. 

Patient Safety

Medical Grade Sterilization

We follow two step process to make our instruments sterile. First the instruments are thoroughly washed to remove any visible debris and air dried.

CDC Recommended Disinfection

CDC has divided noncritical surfaces in dental offices into clinical contact and housekeeping surfaces.

Sanitizing Station

We have placed hand sanitizers all around the office to make it easily accessible to both our patients and staff.