Comfort Care Dental is one of the leading dental providers in Southeast Idaho. We have made it our mission to make you smile. We pride ourselves in providing you with quality care while ensuring your comfort. With our certified dentists leading the way into top notch care we are able to care for all your dental needs in any of our four locations. You can trust us with your family’s dental health. We use state of the art equipment and procedures to provide the very best dental care. With all the different services we offer, we are sure to be able to help you with all your dental care needs.
Our Four Locations
As the top leading dental provider for sedation dentistry our reach keeps expanding.
Idaho Falls has been our home headquarters since 2008. Located on the east side of town close to East Idaho Regional Medical Center we serve the 58,000 clients and more in the Idaho Falls and surrounding areas. Dr. Phil Harper, Dr. Chris Hansen and Dr. Chris Cannon are our Idaho Falls dentists dedicated to providing you with quality care.
Dr. Layne Hacking has proudly served our Rexburg location since 2003. Located on Main St. near the Paramount theater we are centrally located and easy to find. We do our best to accept walk-ins as needed, which is great for all the busy students who need dental care.
Our other busy student serving clinic is located in Pocatello. We are conveniently located near the Fred Meyer on Yellowstone Ave. Dr. Nathan George and Dr. Mike George are both highly experienced and knowledgeable dentists who truly care about your dental health.
Our newest location is located in Twin Falls. We are proud to serve all of southeast Idaho with quality care. Dr. Nathan George also serves the Twin Falls location alongside Dr. Hyrum Murdoch our newest addition to the dental team. Our office is located on Eastland Drive around the corner from Smith’s.
Comfort Care Dental proudly carries the title of #1 in Sedation Dentistry. We want to make your dental visit as comfortable as possible. Along with sedation dentistry we offer many different dental services to fully serve you and your dental health care needs.
Bone Grafting: This surgical procedure replaces missing bone and then helps to regenerate its own bone. This procedure can allow for patients that normally wouldn’t be candidates for dental implants to regrow bone and obtain the dental implants needed.
Bonding/White Fillings: Bondings can be used for several different things. They can fix cracks and gaps in teeth. They can also be used as a filling when a cavity is removed. Or to cover up stains or discolored teeth. Dental bondings can last for over ten years.
Botox: Botox can be used to help alleviate the painful symptoms of TMJ/TMD. Botox helps stop muscle contraction and prevents nerves from releasing inflammatory molecules. What this means is it stops your muscles from contracting and causing you jaw pain.
Bridges: Dental bridges are a great way to fill in large gaps from missing teeth. Having missing teeth can cause structural damage to your mouth and jaw. Getting a bridge is a quick and painless process.
Crowns: Over time teeth weaken and decay. If you have a tooth that has suffered from decay having a crown placed can help prevent further decay from happening. Crowns can also be used if a tooth gets cracked or damaged.
Crown Lengthening: When decay occurs below the gumline, your dentist may recommend a crown lengthening. This process involves removing a part of your gum to further expose the tooth for repairs. This procedure is also used to improve a “gummy” smile. If your gums extend too far down your teeth it shortens your smile.
Dental Implants: Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or help to secure dentures. They are placed in the mouth by first putting a screw in your jaw for the replacement tooth to be placed. During the healing process the jaw will heal around the replacement tooth resulting in a permanent fixture.
Dentures/Partial Dentures: Dentures are used to help replace multiple teeth. They can be removed and put back in as needed. Full dentures involve having your teeth removed where partial dentures are more like a bridge but not permanent like a bridge is. Even though they aren’t real teeth you still need to care for them as if they were.
Emergency Dental Care: Emergencies often happen when you are least prepared and at inconvenient times. Having a dentist who is available for on call situations is important. Having a tooth knocked out, severe pain, and unexplained bleeding are all cause for an emergency dental visit.
Extractions: The most common extraction is having your wisdom teeth pulled. Wisdom teeth need to be pulled if your mouth doesn’t allow room for them. Leaving them in could cause structural changes to the rest of your teeth possibly resulting in braces. Impacted teeth also need to be extracted otherwise it could lead to a serious infection.
Hygiene/Periodontal Health: A hygiene plan usually includes regular checkups along with a daily hygiene routine. It is recommended to have a dental checkup every six months. You should also be brushing and flossing your teeth at least twice a day. Your dentist can help you establish a dental health care plan for you to follow.
Invisalign: Instead of having braces you could potentially be a candidate for Invisalign. These are clear, personally customized aligners. Invisalign uses a series of aligners to gradually straighten your teeth over time. A great perk to Invisalign is they are hardly recognizable opposed to the metal bracket braces.
Juvéderm: As we age our skin begins to wrinkle and weaken. Using Juvéderm injections your dentist can help restore your skin’s volume and smooth away wrinkles. The injection process only takes about fifteen minutes with hardly any downtime.
Root Canals (Endodontics): When a tooth becomes so infected it affects the root of the tooth and then a root canal must be performed. Root canals are one of the most common dental procedures today. If the infected tooth is left untreated it can lead to a serious infection that can affect your overall health.
Sedation Dentistry: Many people suffer from dental anxiety and fear. With sedation dentistry you can ease these fears. It is a safe and painless procedure allowing you to have your dental work done comfortably. Most people don’t even remember the procedure afterwards.
Sleep Apnea: Those who suffer from sleep apnea most often use a CPAP machine. However, there are some people who cannot tolerate the machines. For these people there are oral appliances that can be used to help with sleep apnea.
Teeth Whitening/Bleaching: As we age it is natural for our teeth to yellow and be stained. Along with many other factors that can stain our teeth such as smoking and coffee drinking, it can be hard to keep our smiles white. Teeth whitening is a great option to help restore your smile.
Veneers: Veneers are a great way to reshape and restore your smile. They can be used for stained, cracked or chipped teeth, or spaces. You can discuss with your dentist the shape and shade for your veneers to get the exact smile you want.
Zoom! Whitening: Zoom! Whitening is a quick in-office procedure to whiten your teeth. A gel is applied to your teeth and then a special light is used to zap your smile back. Compared to other whitening processes, Zoom! is a much quicker way to get whiter teeth.
Whatever your dental needs may be, our trained dental staff at Comfort Care Dental can take care of you. With our four conveniently located offices we service all of Southeast Idaho. We make it our mission to make you smile again. Contact us today to set up your appointment.