Meet Our Dentist

Dr. Jennifer Kottenstette

After graduating Cum Laude from the University of Colorado School of Dentistry in 2005, Dr. Kottenstette went on to finish a 1 year General Practice Residency at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio. During her residency she learned how to do advanced clinic dentistry, including the placement and restoration of dental implants, Oral and IV conscious sedation/Sleep Dentistry, treat medically complex patients in office and an Operating Room setting, and do medical clearances for patients undergoing chemotherapy, radiation or joint replacement.

After she completed her residency in 2006 she moved back to her hometown of Pueblo, Colorado where she has continued to give quality care to her patients both in her office and in an Operating Room setting, when needed. She is truly unique in her abilities to be able to offer a wide range of general dental services to a great number of people in the community. Her services include, but are not limited to, cosmetic dentistry, oral surgery, Sleep Dentistry, placement and restoration of dental implants, crown and bridge procedures, fillings, dentures, partials, and treatment of patients in an operating room setting.

Dr. Kottenstette is certified in oral and IV sedation, is a member of the American Dental Association, the Colorado Dental Association, the Delta Sigma Delta dental fraternity, the Southern Colorado Study Club, the Denver Implant Study Club and the recipient of the Pierre Fauchard Award for Academic Excellence. Dr. Kottenstette has also helped train assistants in the Pueblo Community College Dental Assisting program.

Dr. Kottenstette believes in quality dental care for her patients and tries to give everyone a unique and friendly experience in her office. Her team works hard to make you feel at ease and give you the attention you deserve, to give you the best possible care and options for your dental health.

Twin Rivers Dental

Many people ask why the office was named Twin Rivers Dental! Our response is that it was named after Dr. Kottenstette’s twin daughters, who also happened to be named after rivers here in Colorado. Dr. Kottenstette and her family love to be outdoors and are often found hiking, camping, running, biking, swimming and fishing in this beautiful state.