I suspect Perfect Teeth is the McDonalds of dentistry, except for one thing; they are not at all inexpensive. I was ""Dr. Cathy's"" patient for about 18 months as it was the only local practice that was both, on my insurance, and ""accepting"" new patients. I moved on long ago, and can not recommend her practice. Here's why:
1. Though I had checkups twice per year, she only would see me every other time despite the facts that I have significant dental troubles, and specifically requested to see her. I was only attended to by a hygienist on those occasions.
2. Her practice functions like an assembly line. That is likely to be efficient, and thus extra-profitable, but it is not how I wish to receive medical/dental services, especially in that it's not discounted below more personal practices. Based upon my more recent experiences, a dentist can give personal, non-assembly line care, and still send their kids to private colleges!
3. In ~2001 she made me a three-place bridge. It was very initially quite uncomfortable, and despite several adjustments, it still bugs me, but less so. And it's not cosmetically excellent; there is a dark margin near the gum-line that is visible when I smile.
The good? Yes, there is some My bridge has not fallen out of my mouth and still serves its intended purpose; I've been chewing Ok with it.
One can do better in Colorado Springs, and pay no more for the quality and personal attention. Happy chewing!