Stephen K. Calendine, DDS, maintains a position with the Associates in Dental Care located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. There, he works as a dentist concentrating in general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, oral surgery, implants, and root canals and endodontic surgery. He was educated at Ohio State University for 8 years and completed his Residency at Langley Air Force Base.Dr. Calendine is a professional member of the American Dental Association, CDA the Academy for Sports Dentistry, and maintains a position as the Team Dentist for Sky Sox baseball The Switchbacks soccer and Team USA olympians and Paraolympics out of the olympic training center in Colorado Springs.
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Staff and Doctor Calendine are very caring and friendly.
Dr. Calendine is freakin' AWESOME! :)
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Wonderfull been coming here for 15 plus years wonderfull
I hAd a bad toothache and front office got me within 30 minutes!! Dr. Calendine and staff are awesome!
Dr Calendine is the best dentist. He has always been kind, gentle and very concerned about my dental care. I would recommend Dr Calendine to everyone I know. He is my dentist and my children's dentist for life. I will go nowhere else.
You're the best
Dr. Calendine has been a great dentist for our family. He helps my kids feel comfortable and safe in the chair. He is very knowledgable and able to answer all questions with details and forecast. We highly recommend him and the office staff and will continue our patronage here for years to come.
An awesome guy & generally good dentist!
He is amazing. Thank you for all your continuous great work!
Quick, no waiting, no pain. Thanks. Very friendly!! Waited less than 5 minutes.
Dr. Calendine is a fantastic Dr and I enjoy my appt every time.
Dr Celandine is a good dentist and I love the front desk
I have been a patient of Dr. Calendine's for 5 years now. I really appreciate him explaining my issue to me and what we are going to do to fix it. He is very gentle with his shots to numb the area and is quick to get the job done right the first time. Can't thank him enough for keeping my smile healthy!
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