Meet Dr. Kennedy

Dentistry gives me the unique ability to care for people in need. Having compassion and reverence for my patients is always my first priority. I believe that having an honest, trustworthy approach builds bonds that can last forever. I love creating healthy smiles, don’t get me wrong, but it’s the relationships that make the biggest difference for me.

A large part of my passion for dentistry comes from educating my patients in an easy-to-understand manner. I feel that having a common-sense approach makes my patients feel comfortable and helps them truly understand their oral health needs. So many of our patients haven’t been to a dentist for years, and we understand that it can be scary and confusing. I know that’s where our office’s commitment to patient comfort makes a huge difference.

Education and Experience

It has been an honor to be in practice for almost 24 years. I earned my undergraduate degree in biochemistry at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and my Doctorate of Dental Surgery at the University of Nebraska Dental School.

Everything is improving in the dental world; being the best provider for my patients takes time and education. Since completing my formal studies, I have continued my education on a broad spectrum of surgical, endodontic, periodontal, aesthetic, and prosthodontic topics. Updating my knowledge on current changes in dental health procedures allows me to transfer those skills into my daily practice. Newer skills provide better results, convenience, and comfort for our patients!

Professional Affiliations

  • American Dental Association
  • Colorado Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • Weld County Dental Society
  • American Academy of Facial Esthetics

Outside the Office

I reside in Eaton with my two beautiful 14-year-old twin girls and a wandering cat, Stormy, who is six. I enjoy running, drumming, skiing, golf, cooking, football (of course, because I’m from Nebraska).

I am passionate about my relationship with God, my church, and my community. I’m involved with Sertoma Club, which is a local volunteer group that serves those with hearing loss in the Eaton community. I support Food for the Hungry along with other church activities, and facilitate grade school dental education through my office. Serving the community is a gratifying part of being a professional, and a true blessing.

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