Dr. Todd Matheson, DMD
I was raised in a small farming community in southeast Idaho, where I went to school and received my Bachelor of Science degree from BYU-Idaho. I graduated Cum Laude from Temple University School of Dentistry.
I love being a dentist in Erie – it’s a great avenue for me to use my personal artistic and perfectionist side. The reason I studied dentistry is because I enjoy interacting with other people and working with my hands.
My goal is to provide my patients with the highest care possible and restoring that perfect smile. I love helping to ease nervous patients and help them to understand how gentle dentistry can be.
When I’m not at the dental office, I’m spending time with my wife and four kids. I enjoy being outdoors, camping, fishing, and hunting. I also enjoy playing and watching all sports and just hanging out and barbequing with friends and family.
Dr. Andrew Holecek, DDS
I grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan, where my mother was the only dentist in town. Dentistry is a big part of my family. My father was a dental lab technician, and my brother is a dentist in Detroit. I have a double degree in music (classical piano) and biology from Indiana University, and moved to Colorado thirty years ago to study physics at CU. My dental degree is from the University of Colorado Health Sciences center, where I also did a year of advanced clinical training.
I’m a very honest dentist — which means I never over-treat my patients. I care for my patients as if they were my family. With my training in stress management and hypnosis, my aim is to make every patient feel comfortable and truly cared for. And with my passion for continuous education, I’m comfortable with all phases of general dentistry. This is a Golden Age for dentistry, and I am proud to be part of this noble profession.
In 2000 I co-founded the Global Dental Relief Project, which provides free care to poor children in India, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, Guatemala and Africa. I have been so fortunate in my life, and want to give back. Every year I travel to several of these countries to continue helping those in such need. In 2006, the Metropolitan Denver Dental Society gave me the “Outstanding Service to the World Community” award, an honor I hold dear to my heart.
When I’m not in the office, I love to ski, play tennis, or run. I moved to Colorado for the great outdoors, so I enjoy anything that has to do with nature.