Treat yourself to a dentist that treats you to proven experience, state-of-the-art dental technology, and patient-centered care. Visit Times Square Dental!
At our Boise, ID dentist office, Jon Hastings, DDS, Carson Dial, DMD, and our professional team offer a variety of dental services in one convenient location. This means that you get the care you need with little to no inconvenience. We treat all members of your family!
Give one of our friendly team members a call at 208-343-1981 to learn more about what makes our practice so special!
For over two decades, Dr. Hastings has been serving Boise, ID, Meridian, ID, and the surrounding Ada County area with high-quality dentistry services. But he’s not the only one with extensive knowledge: our team has over a century’s worth of combined experience!
We also regularly attend continuing education courses to stay ahead of the curve on the latest treatment methods!
Finding the best dentist for you and your family just became a lot easier. Trust Times Square Dental to provide the best of dentistry with all of the compassion of a small-town family dentist. We invest in advanced dental technology that will best benefit our patients. You might find us using special cameras to survey the surfaces of your teeth or crafting a dental crown for you in a single appointment!
You won’t find this perfect blend anywhere else. At each appointment, you will feel like a person, not a number on a chart. Our staff
If you’re ready to experience quality dental care, call Times Square Dental at 208-343-1981 today! You can also use our online form.
John and I both really value our patient's time. I think that's one of the key things we try to place an importance on is, it's hard to come to the dentist. People don't like it. We're always up near the top of the phobias list every year, I guess. People don't like to come to the dentist. So they could be other places, and they're choosing to spend time with us, and we want to be respectful of that time. Try to get patients when their scheduled appointment and things happen sometimes, but we try to at least let them if we're running behind. But we try to value their time, and always put their needs or their desires first. We really let the patient control the treatment. We'll present them with the facts, and the science, and the options, and everything, and let them ultimately make the decision. It's their oral health, not ours. We care about it, and we want to provide the best care we can for them, but we're not gonna force into anything. We really just try to present them with our knowledge, and again the research and everything, and then let them decide on the course of treatment. So probably those two things, I'd say, are the most important to us.