Dr. Luke Jaobsen, DDS, Dentist
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Dr. Luke Jaobsen, DDS


9502 W Fairview Ave Boise ID, 83704


Dr. Luke Jacobsen is a Natural Dentist practicing in Boise, ID. Dr. Jacobsen specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the dental and overall health. He has specialized in natural dentistry, utilizing the latest techniques in extractions, laser treatments, snoring treatments, zirconia implant placement, full mouth rehabilitations, fillings and crowns, PRF, ozone therapy, cosmetics, and facial rejuvenation techniques. 

Dr. Jacobsen finds joy in treating every patient as if they are his own family. Listening to the patients is the most important aspect of advocating for them and finding the truth about what the patient wants and needs, with a predictable outcome. Looking at a patients whole health is vital in making treatment decisions and giving them a smile they can enjoy and looks good!

Education and Training

California Lutheran University Bachelor of Science degree in Biology 0

University of Southern California School of Dentistry DDS 0

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Dr. Luke Jaobsen, DDS
Dr. Luke Jaobsen, DDS's Expert Contributions
  • Can I eat before a root canal?

    YES! You should always eat something before a dental appointment. This will help you achieve more profound anesthesia so you are more comfortable during your appointment. Also, make sure you are well hydrated. READ MORE

  • What type of denture is supported by implants?

    You have several options for implant supported dentures. I consider it three different tiers. The most financial friendly is called a locator denture. This one is similar to a snap on style, like a snap button jacket. You can removed the denture for hygienic reasons and is great for function and look. The second option is a little stronger but also removable. It is called a conus denture. The third option is considered a fixed denture that can only be removed by a professional dental provider. It sits on 4 implants and is screw retained through the denture into the implants. This would be considered the ferrari of implant supported dentures. READ MORE

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    As long as it is dissolvable you should be fine to continue with your supplements. In fact supplements are great for total body health and increased healing. Make sure to keep the area clean with 1 part H2O2 and 3 parts water rinse. READ MORE

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    Gum grafting does not strengthen the tooth itself, but it does strength the support of the tooth to help prevent it from becoming mobile. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Natural DentistryOzonePRFLaser TreatmentCrown and bridgeCosmeticsExtractionsFacial estheticsZirconia ImplantsSnoring TreatmentFull mouth rehabilitation CEREC technology

Professional Memberships

  • CADS, ISDA, ADA, Seattle Study Club, and IAOMT  

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9502 W Fairview Ave -
Boise, ID 83704
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Get to know Dentist Dr. Luke Jacobsen, who serves patients in Boise, Idaho.

A committed dentist, Dr. Jacobsen tends to patients at West Valley Natural Dentistry in Boise, Idaho. West Valley Natural Dentistry is a dental practice that avoids the use of any metallic materials and instead focuses on restorations made from composites or ceramics. They also incorporate ozone therapy and PRF therapy into their treatments. He believes in treating each patient like family, a principle deeply rooted in his own familial bonds. The most rewarding aspect of his work is witnessing the positive transformation in his patients’ attitudes and self-esteem. 

Driven by years of experience in both public health and private practice, he understands the significance of effective communication, dental education, and advocacy for his patients. His approach not only prioritizes esthetic outcomes but also emphasizes functional results, aiming for a harmonious balance in treatment outcomes. 

In Dr. Jacobsen’s own words, “In order to achieve harmonious balance in treatment outcomes, you must engage the patient and become more than their doctor; you must be their confidant and advocate.”

Born and raised in Boise, he immersed himself in academics, varsity sports, and music, particularly mastering the violin. His academic prowess earned him a prestigious presidential scholarship, leading him to California Lutheran University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a focus on pre-medicine.

The next chapter of Dr. Jacobsen’s educational pursuit unfolded at the renowned University of Southern California School of Dentistry, known for its excellence in cosmetic and dental education. Here, he honed his skills and developed a commitment to providing top-notch care with an ethical approach. His dedication to his patients is reflected in his emphasis on personal interaction, ensuring a thorough understanding of their wants and needs. He takes pride in educating patients and delivering treatment that adheres to the highest standards. 

Recognizing the value of time and the common reservations people have about dental visits, he has embraced CEREC technology, becoming proficient in streamlining patient care for crown and onlay delivery in a single appointment. His extensive training through Lutheran Medical Centers Advanced Education in General Dentistry has equipped him with expertise in zirconia implant placement and surgical extractions. He is also laser trained on the Fotona Laser to provide esthetic facial and lip treatments and snoring treatments.

Deeply committed to staying connected with the dental community, Dr. Jacobsen is an active member of the CADS, ISDA, ADA, Seattle Study Club, and IAOMT.

Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy.

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