Denver Indian Health and Family Services

May 23, 2012

Birner Dental Management Services, Inc., which operates PERFECT TEETH dental practices, recently donated much needed dental equipment, including patient examination chairs with exam lights and operatory staff chairs, to Denver Indian Health & Family Services (DIHFS).

DIHFS provides medical, behavioral and dental health services for members of federally recognized tribes who reside in the Denver metropolitan area, including Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, and Gilpin counties.

The donation was a result of the modernization of the Perfect Teeth dental office located at 1633 Fillmore in central Denver. The modernization included a remodel and update to all digital equipment, including a digital x-ray system and a diagnostic intraoral camera.

"We are pleased to have the opportunity to serve such a vital and worthwhile organization as DIHFS," said Fred Birner, CEO of Birner Dental Management Services. "Located in close proximity to Perfect Teeth's central Denver office, DIHFS's dental program provides an invaluable service to its community."

"We would like to thank Birner Dental for the generous donation which will enable us to serve a much larger group of patients in need," said Del Nutter, executive director of DIHFS.

Birner Dental Management Services, Inc. acquires, develops, and manages geographically dense dental practice networks in select markets in Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. The Company currently manages 64 dental offices, of which 38 were acquired and 26 were de novo developments. The Company currently has 109 dentists. The Company operates its dental offices under the name PERFECT TEETH. The Company also operates one Vantage Dental Implant Center in Denver, Colorado.

Denver Indian Health & Family Services provides culturally competent services that promote personal, community and environmental health and wellness for American Indian families and individuals in the Metropolitan Denver area.