Why Choose Us

We recognize that the decision of who to choose for orthodontic care can be confusing. We commonly talk with perspective patients and parents of patients who think that they will receive the same orthodontic care and results from anywhere that offers orthodontic services. Unfortunately this is not true.  So before you choose who to trust, check out our top-10 list on why choose Helm Orthodontics for you and your family’s orthodontic care.

  1. Individual Care and Attention
    Your smile is unique, so why wouldn’t your orthodontic treatment be too? Dr. Helm recognizes that no two patients are alike. That’s why he takes the time to evaluate your specific needs and develop a treatment plan tailored to fit those needs. You will be surprised at the time and attention you receive from Dr. Helm and his highly skilled team.
  2. Honest Care That You Can Trust
    Dr. Helm will take an honest and conservative approach to your orthodontic treatment; always doing what he feels is in your best interest. He will not recommend unnecessary treatment!
  3. Customized and Affordable Payment Plans
    We believe finances should not stand in the way of a beautiful, confident smile. We work with families from all walks of life, so don’t worry, we have an option that will fit your family’s budget and allow you to give the gift of a smile to either yourself or your loved ones.
  4. All-Inclusive Fees
    We won’t nickel-and-dime you. Your investment in your orthodontic treatment includes everything needed to complete your treatment from start to finish. Beware of hidden price tactics out there that require you to unexpectedly have to pay more for removal of your braces, retainers, and orthodontic records.
  5. Maximize Your Orthodontic Insurance Benefits
    We are in-network with most major insurances. That means you will take full advantage of your insurance benefits, making your out-of-pocket investment even more affordable. At your free consultation appointment, we will let you know what benefits are available and how those can be best used for your care.
  6. Dr. Helm is a Board-Certified Orthodontist
    What’s the difference between an orthodontist and your general dentist? Dr. Helm completed a three year orthodontic residency beyond dental school to become a specialist at moving teeth and creating smiles. He then completed a rigorous voluntary board certification process to become board-certified by the American Board of Orthodontics. He is the only private-practice, board certified orthodontist practicing in Green Valley Ranch, Northeast Denver, Northeast Aurora, and many of the other surrounding communities. In fact, only a small percent of all practicing orthodontists in the United States are board certified.
  7. Proven Track Record
    Local dentists refer their patients, employees, and even their family to Dr. Helm because of the trust and confidence they have developed from seeing his work firsthand. In fact, every year since 2013 Colorado dentists have selected Dr. Helm as a “Top Dentist” as featured in 5280 Magazine. Our current and past patients also refer us friends and family members because they want them to enjoy the same life-changing smile and enjoyable experience as they have!
  8. Team Approach
    Dr. Helm takes a team approach to your orthodontic care. He takes time to communicate with your general dentist because he wants to create a beautiful smile for you as well as achieve the best possible overall oral health in the process. Dr. Helm recognizes that your dentist plays a critical role in that process, and he places a high priority on communication and cooperation with him/her. So relax and leave the technical communication to us!
  9. Modern, High-tech Office
    Our high-tech, state-of-the-art office was designed to provide top-notch orthodontic treatment for any member of your family in a comfortable and fun atmosphere.
  10. Before and After School Appointments
    Although missing some school or work is inevitable, we do our best to minimize this by offering routine appointments during early morning, late afternoon, evening, as well as noon hours.


To learn more about what you should know before choosing an orthodontic specialist, check out our practice comparison checklist.


Practice Comparison Checklist