Meet the Doctors at Family & Kids Dental

Dentists in Pueblo

Dr. Rocky Horton

My goal as a dentist is to always provide high quality and compassionate care to all my patients. I grew up in Manassas, but then my family moved to Alamosa where I attended Sangre de Cristo High School. I then continued my education where I received a BS in Biology from Adams State. After completing my degree, I lived in Barcelona, Spain for 2 years as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Upon returning from Spain, I was accepted and later graduated from the University of Colorado – School of Dental Medicine with a Doctorate in Dental Surgery and an emphasis in rural healthcare.

I have been practicing dentistry since 2012. I worked at Pueblo’s Community Health Center for a short time and then moved to the western slope where I worked for Smiles 4 Kids Dentistry. I left Smiles 4 Kids in order to move closer to home and became a partner at Family and Kids Dental.

My wife Janna and I have been married for over 10 years and we have 4 children, Konner, Hunter, Tayler, and Oliver. We enjoy the mountains and all that Colorado has to offer. I look forward to continuing to care for my current patients and meeting new ones!

Dr. Lindsey Kawahakui

Dr. Lindsey Kawahakui has been helping people put their best smile forward since 2013. Dr. Lindsey’s care shines through in her dental work and hopes to encourage healthy smiles for all her patients.
Dr. Lindsey was born and raised in Hawaii. She was inspired to go into dentistry after realizing the lack of proper dental care in her community.

She attended Creighton University where she received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry and then later received her Doctor of Dental Surgery. She has been practicing dentistry in the Southwest region of Colorado since 2013. Dr. Lindsey enjoys spending time with her family and friends and hopes to encourage her patients to have more self-confidence though good and healthy oral hygiene.

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