Stephen Rogers, DDS

Dr. Stephen Rogers was raised in upstate New York and spent over 10 years furthering his education in Buffalo before moving to Denver. He earned a double bachelor’s degree in Biology and Italian, followed by a master’s degree in Biomaterials. Dr. Rogers completed his doctorate training at the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. After graduation from dental school, he ventured out to Denver for advanced training at the General Practice Residency program at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.

He has advanced training in dental implants, restorative dentistry, oral surgery, endodontics, periodontics, sedation dentistry, special needs dentistry, and emergency dental care. On Fridays, Dr. Rogers provides full mouth rehabilitation for patients with special needs and considers this the most rewarding aspect of his career. He has volunteered much of his free time to organized dentistry, serving in positions for the American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association, and on the American Student Dental Association’s Board of Trustees as its Editor-in-Chief. He is committed to maintaining professionalism and delivering high-quality, evidence-based dentistry to each of his patients.

After spending over three years working and learning as an associate in Central Park, Dr. Rogers sought to take on a higher leadership role in acquiring his own dental office in South Denver. He aims to leverage all he’s learned about patient care to create a unique, comprehensive, and elevated dental experience for the community.

Dr. Rogers is a man of many talents, and when he’s not creating beautiful smiles, he can be found reading, freelance editing, or sampling local cuisine and craft beer. He deeply enjoys cycling, weightlifting, and attending live electronic, rock, and classical music events. As a fitness enthusiast, he practices yoga and takes Lagree classes, a type of Pilates that focuses on strength and endurance. Make sure you mention if you share any of his hobbies, and particularly let him know if you love the Buffalo Bills!

My favorite part about being a residency-trained general dentist is the variety of care I deliver. For most treatment plans, I'll be able to provide a multidisciplinary approach instead of sending you to multiple specialists. This keeps it simple and affordable for patients to get high-end, comprehensive care.