Dr. Beth Kreider, DDS
Dr. Kreider has been practicing dentistry for 33 years, and she could not imagine herself doing anything else! After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in biology from Northwestern University, she went on to graduate with honors from the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1986. Throughout her career, Dr. Kreider has placed a high priority on helping those with special needs.
During her 10 years of practice in Arizona, she spearheaded a program through the Arizona State Health Department to provide dentistry for homebound, frail elderly, and developmentally disabled individuals. When she arrived in Colorado in 1995, she became the Dental Director for the Howard Dental Center, an agency dedicated to providing dental health care to individuals with HIV and AIDS. She volunteers yearly at the Colorado Mission Of Mercy (COMOM), the 9 News Health Fairs, and the Smile Again program through MDDS (Metro Denver Dental Society). She has also served as an associate professor at the University of Colorado School of Dentistry, helping dental students learn to manage patients with special needs.
Dr. Kreider has been in solo private practice since 1996 and utilizes her extensive experience, education, and love of dentistry every day. She is a mother of two and enjoys running, hiking and skiing.