Dental Services

Grand Peaks Dental offers attentive, personalized dental care for the entire family! We are happy to see patients of all ages for your dental care needs. Our Dental Clinics provide a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in a state-of-the-art and professional environment. We provide treatments that ensure you the best possible experience for all of your dental needs. Visit our Rexburg or St. Anthony office today to meet our Dental team!

Our Dental team offers a number of services, including:

  • General Family Dentistry
  • Cleanings and X-Rays
  • Periodontal Care
  • Fluoride/Sealants
  • Fillings/Cavity Repair
  • Root Canals
  • Extractions
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Veneers
  • Whitening
  • Wisdom Teeth

Your Dental health is important to us, we also support our patients by offering: 

  • Flexibility to be seen in either our St. Anthony or Rexburg locations.
  • An Electronic Medical Record system which allows our staff to coordinate your care at either location.
  • Bilingual, Spanish speaking, staff who are ready to provide our patients with the care they deserve.
  • Extended hours to accommodate almost any schedule.
Dentist Holding Toothbrushes - Rexburg Dentists

Dental Education

Man Getting A Tooth Filled - Dentist Rexburg

Dental Cleanings

Dental Exam - Rexburg Dental

Periodontal Care

Toothbrush & Toothpaste - Dentist Rexburg


Resin Tooth Filling - Dental Rexburg

Fillings/Cavity Repair

Woman Being Given A Dental Procedure - Rexburg Dental

Root Canals

Wisdom Tooth Extraction - Rexburg Dentist


Tooth Model - Rexburg Dental


Dental Bridge - Rexburg Dentist


Dental Veneers - Dental Rexburg


Dental Veneers - Rexburg Dental


Dental Health As It Relates To Mental & Physical Health

Grand Peaks Medical is dedicated to the health and wellness of our community.

As such, our services are interlinked—our St. Anthony and Rexburg dental services relate directly to one’s overall mental and physical health.

Here are some examples:

Tooth In Medical Grid - Rexburg Dentist

There have been many different materials used to fill cavities throughout the evolution of dentistry, and one such material that is still popular in conventional dentistry—including many St. Anthony and Rexburg dental clinics—is an amalgam that includes mercury. 

These are often referred to as “silver fillings”—a deceptive word as there is actually very little silver involved.

These fillings are comprised of:

  • Silver
  • Tin
  • Copper
  • Mercury

It’s mercury that is the main factor of concern, as it is today recognized as a toxic heavy metal. This is why its use as a material in dentistry is losing popularity and is in fact either banned or heavily controlled in many European countries.

Mercury can cause damage to the brain, kidneys, nervous system, and can also cause harm to unborn children. 

It can also cause various mood and mental problems such as:

  • Difficulty concentrating (brain fog),
  • Irritability,
  • Mood swings,
  • Memory problems,
  • Insomnia,
  • Anxiety.

Mercury vapor is released from these dental fillings every time you brush and floss, clench your teeth, eat, and chew gum.

For these reasons, among others, we use mercury-free materials for fillings at our St. Anthony and Rexburg dental clinics. 

Typically referred to as “composite” or “resin” fillings, the benefits of these mercury-free fillings are numerous:

  • They are safe for the human body,
  • They’re naturally adhesive, meaning they don’t have to be forced or wedged into place,
  • They look and feel just like your natural teeth.

Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammation of the gums as a result of plaque and tartar buildup. 

Inflammation is one of the body’s natural defenses against damage and infection. However, when this gum inflammation becomes chronic, it can result in excessive bleeding, gum recession, and tooth loss.

At our St. Anthony and Rexburg dental clinics, we provide periodontal disease treatment for reasons that go beyond the health of the mouth, but also for the health of the body as a whole.

Bacteria-laden plaque has direct access to the bloodstream via the gums, and for this reason, it’s been shown that periodontal disease correlates with a higher risk of serious health problems like heart disease and stroke.

Those suffering from mental and behavioral health issues typically have problems with their dental hygiene. 

That said, it’s not so simple as X causing Y. Rather, these two factors play into each other.

For instance, if someone is dealing with chronic depression, normal everyday tasks like brushing and flossing can feel almost impossible, and their dental health suffers due to a lack of self-care.

Conversely, amalgam fillings (as mentioned above) can feed into mood and mental issues like anxiety, irritability, and brain fog.

Finally, as problems in dental health negatively affect the health of the body as a whole, the mind suffers in turn.

It’s all interlinked, and it’s something we take into consideration at our St. Anthony and Rexburg dental clinics.

Frequently Asked Questions

Grand Peaks offers a sliding scale discount according to family size and income based upon Federal Poverty Guidelines. For additional information, see our Sliding Fee Scale.

Yes,we will bill all insurance including Medicaid.  It is up to the patient to determine if Grand Peaks or Upper Valley Community Health Services is an in-network provider. For more information, please contact our Dental Clinic.

Yes we pull wisdom teeth. During your dental visit, the Dentist will determine if your wisdom teeth may be extracted in our facility. If, for some reason it is determined that you need a specialist, we can refer you to an Oral Surgeon.

Yes, your teeth can change in a fairly short period of time. A dental X-ray is the only way to see if there are any issues inside the tooth. Both of our Dental Clinics have modern X-ray equipment to allow quick, clear X-rays to be viewed by our Providers on our Electronic Medical Record.

Yes! If one of our Dentists prescribe an antibiotic, most likely it can be filled at our Pharmacy.

We ask that you pay for your portion of the visit at the time of service, or for most procedures we ask for 50% of the anticipated charges. If you have insurance, we do our best to estimate the amount you will owe, however you may receive a statement with a remaining balance. If you qualify for the Sliding Fee Scale discount, that discount will be applied to your account balance. All prescriptions must be paid in full at time of pick-up.

Our Dental team recommends we see your child beginning at 12 months of age and every 6 months thereafter. This visit is typically a quick examination and an educational visit. This gives parents the opportunity to ask questions and to see their child’s mouth from the viewpoint of a Dentist. This allows us to gently introduce children to all the sights and sounds of a dental office.

No, but our Dental team can refer you to our local Specialists.

Typically, our Dentists use a composite material, which closely matches the natural color of a tooth, for fillings. This leaves a more natural looking smile, rather than the traditional “silver” looking fillings.

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