Trusted Longmont Dentist

Get to Know
Brian Coats, DDS

Dr. Coats has been providing dedicated dentistry to the Longmont community for over 25 years now, and all it takes is a glance at his reviews to see how much patients appreciate his quality of care and uniquely wonderful approach. If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment with him, don’t hesitate to call us today! You can also keep reading below to learn more about his background and education.

Why Did You Want to
Become a Dentist?

Dentist and team member treating dental patient

Dr. Coats became a dentist because he has always enjoyed helping others take better care of themselves – and the best way to treat dental issues is to prevent them from occurring in the first place! He likes to think of himself as his patients’ cheerleader, and he’ll always go the extra mile to keep up your enthusiasm when it comes to maintaining your teeth.

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Where Did You
Study Dentistry?

After attending Longmont High School, Dr. Coats studied biology at Colorado State University, receiving his Bachelor of Science. From there, he went to earn his Doctor of Dental Surgery at the Creighton University School of Dentistry. Today, he is a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy, as well as a member of the American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association, Boulder County Dental Association, and the Longmont Rotary Club.

Outside of the Dental Office,
What Do You Like to Do?

Doctor Coats outside of dental office

Dr. Coats spends plenty of his free time with family and friends. As a group, they like to stay active with traveling, boating, water skiing, snow skiing, golfing, hiking, and sometimes just lying on the beach. He feels blessed that over the years, he’s been able to spend so much time doing the things he loves with the people he loves. He hopes and prays for many more good times ahead! Volunteering is also a big passion of his – he regularly donates time to The Sunshine Club each year, which provides dental exams to children at Longmont-area schools.