Dr. Dennis Hatch
Dr. Hatch, a Blackfoot native, received his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. While in Oklahoma he was trained in giving patients the highest quality dental care available. He was also trained extensively in forensics. He aided in the relief efforts after the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City in 1994.
Dr. Hatch is continually learning and mastering the latest techniques in the dental professions today. He is currently taking many extensive courses in order to help his patients become healthier and receive the best care in dentistry today. He also trains other dentists in the state of Idaho on the latest in technology of the CEREC crown. CEREC is a revolutionary system that enables the dentist to design, fabricate and fit a new crown, veneer, onlay or inlay in a single visit, a procedure that would normally take at least two weeks if not more and multiple visits after that. For this reason, he is revered in the forefront of his colleagues.
He works closely with other dentists and specialists in the area. He has served as President for the South Eastern Idaho Dental Society, as a trustee at the Idaho Dental Association, and is currently serving on the Idaho Dental Board.
He and his wife Jana Lee are parents of 5 children and love living in the Blackfoot area.
Our hygienists are licensed by the Idaho State Board of Examiners. They participate in continuing education ever year and have received advanced training and certifications in preventive periodontal treatment. Each of our hygienists is dedicated to increasing their knowledge and professional skills, which result in a high level of periodontal care.
The dental assistants are an integral part of our team. Each of them came to us because they share our beliefs and values and are an important part of the clinical team. They help us deliver the highest quality of technical care that is possible.
Our assistants are certified and continue to grow personally and professionally. They want to take our practice to higher levels by improving our patient’s level of health.