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Our dental practice is dedicated to educating you with the latest tips and tricks to maintain your optimal oral health.

The Importance of Tooth Fillings

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Tooth Fillings

If you’re looking for a dentist in Boise, we are one of the top choices in the area. We do restorative, domestic, and preventative dental care. One of the most common dental work procedures you might need is tooth fillings.


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Oral Surgery - Tips for Before and After

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Oral Surgery Tips

Having oral surgery can be nerve-wracking, especially if it’s your first time. There are some risks during oral surgery but almost all of them can be avoided when you follow the after-surgery tips given to you by your doctor and surgeon.


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Times Square Dental - Relieving Dental Anxiety

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Relieving Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is a very real thing. While some people are able to walk into their dental appointments with nothing but total ease and comfort, some people are truly afraid when they step into a dentist’s office.


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Family Dentistry at your Boise Dentist

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Family Dentistry

There is nothing more important than a smile you can be proud of. You want to feel confident when you open your mouth, when you laugh, when you have conversation, and when you let your personality shine. However, the sad truth is that there are numerous people who cover their mouths when they talk, smile, and interact with others.


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Benefits of Root Canal Treatment

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Root Canal Treatment

Nobody wants to hear that they need a root canal treatment, but this procedure does have an undeservedly bad reputation. If you actually speak to anyone who has received root canal therapy, you’ll most likely be hugely reassured by their positive response because the truth is that a root canal shouldn’t feel any worse than having a filling, although it will probably take longer to complete.


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Dental Implants vs. Dental Bridges

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Dental Implants vs Bridges

There’s nothing new about replacing teeth lost through decay, gum disease, or injury. People have been using artificial teeth for thousands of years. However, advances in dental technology mean that many more tooth replacement options are available today. These include implants and bridges.


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Problems With Wisdom Teeth When Not Removed

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Wisdom Teeth

Dentists far and wide agree time is of the essence when it comes to wisdom teeth. If your dentist, orthodontist, or oral surgeon indicates you likely need your wisdom teeth removed, do not file it away in the back of your mind for future reference. A number of problems can arise if your wisdom teeth are left in place too long. Though the removal of wisdom teeth will be a bit uncomfortable, failing to remove these teeth will cause even worse pain and problems in due time.


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Importance of Regular Dental Visits

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Regular Dental Visits

At Times Square Dental, Dr. Hastings and his team always emphasize the importance of proactive dental care. The preventative regimen helps to maintain the oral as well as the overall health of your entire family. Regular dental appointments with Dr. Jon Hastings and his experienced dental team are not only about diagnosing dental problems and treating them but also involve the steps for prevention of gum diseases.


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Benefits of Crowns and Bridges

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Benefits Crowns Bridges

Are you having a hard time being confident in your smile or is your smile causing you pain? Having missing teeth or chipped teeth can hurt one’s confidence and ability to chew food. Pain in the mouth is never fun to experience and wares on one’s nerves just as much as their bones.


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When Are Bone Grafts Necessary?

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Bone Grafts

Many people don’t like going to the dentist even though it is very important for their health. Our dental health is connected to the health of the rest of our bodies. When something goes wrong, other areas will know as well.


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