Dr. Lori M. Trembath DDS
Dentist12774 Colorado Blvd Suite 171 Thornton Colorado, 80241
Lori M. Trembath, DDS, is a well-versed dentist with a private practice in Thornton, Colorado. After graduating from Sheridan High School, she attended Brigham Young University, where she earned a bachelorâ??s degree in civil engineering with a minor in Japanese. While studying at BYU, Dr. Trembath did an internship at Matsumoto Doken in Matsumoto, Japan. She also spent 18 months in Hokkaido, Japan. After graduating from BYU, she worked for 1 year in Southern California prior to attending Marquette University School of Dentistry. Dr. Trembath has very fond memories of her time in Milwaukee and the friendships cultivated there. After graduating from dental school, she chose to complete an optional one year general practice residency in San Diego, California. During this residency, the doctor was mentored by a prosthodontist, an oral surgeon, and an endodontist who helped to expand her skills and knowledge of dentistry. In 2006, she provided free dental care for uninsured children with Delta Dental Smileabration. Dr. Trembeth has provided free dental care for uninsured children and to survivors of domestiv violence through Give Kids a Smile since 2007. She provided free dental care at a clinic in Guatemala and Honduras and provided free, comprehensive dental care to people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile through Donated Dental Services. Dr. Trembath is a professional member of the American Dental Association and received board certification from the American Board of General Dentistry.
- VA San Diego Healthcare System
Professional Society Memberships
- American Dental Association
Hobbies / Sports
- Volleyball, Photography
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Patient Experience with Dr. Trembath
Always a pleasant experience coming into the office. The staff is very professional and efficient. Dr. Trembath IS the BEST! She knows her stuff and she puts the patient at ease. I have a bad back and Dr. Trembath always makes sure I am comfortable.
Very satisfied with this office. Highly recommended if you want great, professional service.
Always top notch services and the newest equipment! Thank you from the Janda FamilyüëçüòÑ
This office is by far the best dental office I've ever been to! When I broke my veneer, the dentist came in on a weekend to fix it for me. I would strongly recommend it to everyone.
This office is by far the best dental office Ive ever been to! When I broke my veneer the dentist came in on a weekend to fix it for me. I would strongly recommend it to everyone.
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