At the Arvada, and Thornton, CO (Colorado) practices of Trinity Orthodontics, we have developed a reputation for being extremely honest and ethical in our approach to orthodontic care over the past 20 years. Dr. Bryan P. Nelson and our friendly, knowledgeable team always have our patients’ interests at heart. Our philosophy is to do what is right and good for each person we meet. From how we interact with you to the minute details of your individual treatment, we always focus on what is BEST for you, never trying to sell services, rush you through, or discourage you. We treat you as a whole person, rather than just your teeth.
As one of the Top 100 Providers of Invisalign® in the world, Dr. Nelson has years of experience using this advanced technology to produce amazing results. He also incorporates Precision Bracket Placement to facilitate faster and more accurate tooth movement, shorten treatment time, decrease pain, and improve the quality of your smile.
We are dedicated to total patient care and comfort. Let us welcome you into the Trinity Orthodontics family, where we’ll treat you and your family with love, kindness, and the Christian ethic that our name is based on. Contact our Arvada or Thornton office to schedule a complimentary consultation today.
A word from Dr. Nelson...
"Welcome to Trinity Orthodontics! I am humbled and excited that you have found our web page. It's my hope that you will find the contents helpful as well as enlightening. Our treatment philosophy at Trinity is quite different from most other orthodontists. It may seem odd, coming from an orthodontist, but our goal is to do the least amount of treatment possible. This is what is healthiest for teeth and gums. To that end, we incorporate techniques that allow for very precise and controlled movement of the teeth. It is not possible to move teeth faster, but it is possible to move them in a more precise way to their final positions. Precise movement techniques allow us to significantly decrease overall treatment time. Treatment times are usually in the 12-18 month range.Also, we very rarely do treatment on children who still have primary (baby) teeth present. The only time we do so is when there is permanent damage happening to the adult teeth and/or gums, or if there is a significant cosmetic issue affecting the child's self-esteem. We prefer to monitor the development of the child and then, if necessary, do braces once all of the permanent teeth have erupted through the gums.Our practice is guided by the principles set forth in the Bible: "Do what is right and good in the eyes of the Lord," Deuteronomy 6:18. I am excited for you to visit us and experience the love and compassion that permeates our office." -- Dr. Bryan P. Nelson