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Orthodontist in Lafayette CO

Lafayette Orthodontic Care for Adults, Teens and Children

Residents in search of a skilled Orthodontist Lafayette can turn to Dr. Timothy Hardy. Dr. Hardy is a board-certified orthodontist dedicated to treating bite issues, aligning teeth, and resolving an array of issues relating to Orthodontics Lafayette in children and adults. Hardy Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics provides a variety of alternative treatment options to meet your needs. Some of the treatments we provide include Lafayette Braces (conventional), short-term, and other forms of braces such as Lingual braces Lafayette, Lafayette Invisalign aligners, Invisalign Teen®, Lafayette Clear bracket braces, surgical orthodontics, and therapy for Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ). Dr. Hardy and his skilled team employ the most up-to-date solutions to enable you to accomplish your dental objectives as quickly and discreetly as possible.

Explore our website to learn more about our dental practice and the services we offer. See our detailed map of our clinic below, near Lafayette, CO region. If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment for Orthodontist Lafayette, CO, don’t hesitate to give Hardy Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics a call.

 

Why Choose Dr. Hardy for Lafayette Community?

Finding a skilled and trusted orthodontist around or near Lafayette, CO for your orthodontic treatment procedure is critical to a successful treatment. While general dentists may provide some orthodontic services, our dental clinic provides exams and treatments by a licensed Orthodontist Lafayette CO who specializes in these procedures and has the essential knowledge and expertise to achieve the best results. Dr. Hardy earned his Orthodontics accreditation from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, where he specialized in treating crooked or misaligned teeth, modifying occlusion, and addressing jaw irregularities. As a member of both the American Dental Association and the American Association of Orthodontists and other organizations, Dr. Hardy is dedicated to creating a relaxed, personalized experience for our patients Lafayette, Colorado. He does not want anyone’s financial circumstances to hinder receiving proper orthodontic care so he works hard to make braces as affordable as possible.

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The City of Lafayette is a home rule municipality located in southeastern Boulder County, Colorado, United States. The city population was 24,453 at the 2010 United States Census.

Lafayette was founded in 1888 by Mary E. (Foote) Miller. She and her husband, Lafayette Miller, had moved to the area to farm land they had purchased from Denver coal speculators Francis P. Heatly and Edward Chase. The farm also included land acquired by Mary's brother, James B. Foote and father, John B. Foote via the Homestead Act in 1871. In 1874 the Millers moved to Boulder. Lafayette Miller ran a butcher shop and was a town trustee. Lafayette Miller died in Boulder in 1878, after which Mary Miller moved back to the farm with their six small children. In 1884 coal was discovered on the Miller farm, and in 1887 John H. Simpson acquired a coal lease from James B. Foote and sank the first Simpson Mine shaft, thereby starting the coal mining era. In 1888 Mary Miller designated 37 acres (0.15 km2) of the farm for the town of Lafayette, which she named after her late husband. In July 1888 a second mine, the Cannon, went into operation and the first houses were built. Mary Miller submitted a revised 89 acres (0.36 km2) plat for the town in 1889. Also in early 1889, Mary Miller leased the rights to mine coal for 12.5 cents per ton to Charles Spencer and John H. Simpson. The two commenced sinking the Spencer coal mine 200 yards west of the Simpson coal mine. On April 2, 1889, the town of Lafayette was incorporated. As stipulated in the original property deeds for the platting, no alcohol could be sold or distributed east of what is now known as Public Road. In 1904, the Lafayette Town Board mandated that the "alcohol clause" be added to all platted additions to Lafayette. (Source: Wikipedia)