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Oral Surgeon to Provide Local Resident with Reasons to Smile

21 Dec, 2015 | Dental Implants | Return|

Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center offering a new set of dental implants to a deserving candidate

Boise, ID (December 21, 2015) – Local oral surgeon Dr. J. Scott Bobst, DDS, of Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center is giving a resident of Ada County a New Year’s resolution – to smile again. One deserving recipient will receive the All-on-4® Treatment Concept to restore their teeth with dental implants and create a new set of fully functional, natural-looking teeth. Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center’s Smile Again program is taking a holistic approach and aspires to enhance the overall health and well-being of the recipient.

“This program allows us to give back to such a supportive community and offers an amazing opportunity to someone in need,” said Dr. Bobst. “We are excited to begin this process and to change a person’s life for many years to come.”

Dr. Bobst will be partnering with local prosthodontist, Dr. Gurney, to provide the All-on-4® Treatment Concept to the final recipient. This is a revolutionary solution for patients who are missing teeth, are in the process of losing teeth, or have been told they will need dentures. The procedure will allow the recipient to experience the look, feel, and strength of natural teeth. This is a secure and lasting solution for those who suffer from multiple missing teeth.

Poor oral health may lead to complications such as cardiovascular disease, respiratory infections, and even diabetic complications. Many dental implant candidates have experienced some physical or emotional struggle due to their oral health condition and would be deserving of this donation.

Boise Oral Surgery, Local Surgeon Provides Reason to Smile

In addition to restoring oral function, a natural smile, and lifted self-esteem, the Smile Again program aims to improve the recipient’s overall quality of life by addressing other specific needs to the patient, such as physical fitness, a life coach, and career counseling. Community members interested in becoming a partner in the program are encouraged to contact Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center, or visit the donation page https://boiseoralsurgery.com/donate/.

Interested individuals can visit Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center’s Smile Again program website (https://boiseoralsurgery.com/smileagain/) to learn more about the program and submit their online application. The application period is extended to residents of Boise and the surrounding areas, and runs from January 1, 2016, through January 22, 2016.

For more information about Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center or the Smile Again program, visit: https://boiseoralsurgery.com/smileagain/.

About Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center:

Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center works hard to build a foundation of trust by treating each and every patient as a unique individual with specific oral health needs. Dr. Bobst and his surgical staff work as a team to assess your needs, plan your treatment, ensure you experience an optimal post-operative recovery and deliver a compassionate patient experience. Dr. Bobst offers a wide range of surgical services including wisdom teeth extractions, dental implant placement, bone grafting, oral pathology screening, facial trauma surgery, and corrective jaw surgery.

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