Dr. Rebecca Ivins has always been interested in the connection between the biological and social aspects of our health. The mouth is such an important way in which we relate to each other through speaking, eating and smiling. She says that dentistry allows her to care for others by connecting both of those aspects and care for the whole person.
When she isn’t seeing patients, Rebecca enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, exploring the outdoors, running, hiking and caring for her two kittens, Lila and Leo.
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine – Doctor of Dental Medicine
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine – Master in Public Health
Fordham University – Bachelor of Science
University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine – 2 year General Practice Residency (GPR)
- Hospital Dentistry
- Advanced Dental Procedures in Oral Surgery
- Root Canal Therapy
- Removable prostheses (crown, bridges, dentures, partials)
- Experience with head and neck cancer patients and patient with special needs
- Chief Resident at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine GPR Program