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Our Boise dentists are pleased to announce that we are now using CEREC digital impression technology to make dental restorations easier, faster, and even more accurate. Here’s how our new CEREC technology can aid every part of a smile restoration…More
New patients of Summit Dental will receive a comprehensive exam prior to beginning treatment from a dentist. The dental exam includes a thorough exam of the teeth and oral cavity, an oral cancer screening, and a periodontal screening. X-rays and…More
Dentist and hygienists take patient x-rays to check for hidden dental abnormalities and recommend effective treatment. Early detection of problems like bone loss and tooth decay saves our patients from unnecessary pain or discomfort and money. X-rays should be taken…More
A regular Boise teeth cleaning by a dental hygienist is recommended to remove tartar that may develop even with careful brushing and flossing. There are some areas of the mouth that are difficult to reach with a regular toothbrush and…More
Cosmetic dentistry is performed to help achieve a more natural and healthy looking smile. It may involve procedures such as dental bleaching to whiten teeth, ceramic porcelain veneers or crowns which provide permanent aesthetic fixes, and dental implants, which are…More
Many people consider white teeth to be an attractive feature of a smile. Teeth whitening is a common procedure in dentistry. At Summit Dental Boise, we provide multiple methods for whitening treatment. At-home tray whitening- This procedure involves the patient…More
Dental implants are often a superior option compared to traditional treatments such as bridges or partial dentures. Implants are permanently placed in the jaw, and do not require any special cleaning procedures besides normal brushing and flossing. They are similar…More
If a tooth is cracked, damaged or has a large filling that has failed, a crown is the preferred method of restoration. A crown is essentially used to cap, or completely cover a tooth. Crowns can be made by a…More
Dentists have learned that many people who have periodontal disease are unaware that they have it. The early stages of the disease don’t cause tremendous pain which is why it goes unnoticed. What is periodontal disease? It occurs when a…More
When a tooth is considered threatened, either because of decay or cracking, and infection is inevitable, a root canal may be required. The canal will be drilled and emptied of the infected pulp, and then filled and sealed from the…More