Dr. Nicholas Poulos was born in Chicago, but moved to Colorado as a baby and now considers himself a "Colorado Native". He graduated from the University of Colorado - Boulder with honors and a double degree in Neuroscience and Psychology. He chose to stay in Colorado, attending the University of Colorado Dental School, where he graduated Cum Laude. Dr. Nick earned his postgraduate certificate in Periodontics and Implantology as well as a Master's Degree in Oral Biology from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA.
Dr. Nick is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the American Academy of Osseointegration, The American Dental Association, Metro Denver Dental Society, and the Denver Dental Forum. He has served both as president and vice president of Delta Sigma Delta dental fraternity and is a co-founder of the Colorado Dental Supper Club. Dr. Nick was recently named one of 5280 Magazine's Top Docs for 2012. He has presented to other dentists and periodontists at national meetings for a number of dental associations, and has been published in some of the industry's leading professional journals.
In addition to serving in organized dentistry, he has lectured on dental implants, 3-D-guided surgery, intra-oral plastic surgery and periodontal therapy. He has given guest lectures at the Medical College of Georgia - Dental School and is a part-time clinical instructor for the Graduate Periodontal Residents here at the University of Colorado School of Dentistry. Dr. Nick brings the latest "cutting edge technology with him as he joins Dr. Warner and Jennings and the Breckenridge Dental Group.
Dr. Nick currently lives in Littleton with his wife, Nicole, and their children Mikey, Kirsten, and Grayson. Rounding out this busy family is a chocolate labrador, Zoe. Dr. Nick is an avid Denver sports fan and enjoys cheering on the Broncos, Buffs, Avs, Nuggets, and Rockies. Other hobbies include skiing, golf, watching movies and cooking gourmet meals for friends and family.