Dr. Christopher Jones is a native of southern California. After graduating from high school he joined the United States Air Force and served as a structural journeyman. During this time Chris married his high school sweetheart Rebecca and they began their adventure together serving abroad. Upon completing his active duty commitment, Dr. Jones moved to Boise to attend Boise State University. He received his dental training at Case Western School of Dental Medicine where he was recognized for his excellence in Prosthodontics and Esthetic Dentistry. While still in dental school the Jones family had their last of 4 children and rejoined the USAF.
Immediately following graduation, Chris and his family relocated to San Antonio, where he attended the University of Texas Health Science Center to complete his Master’s Degree with an emphasis in obstructive sleep apnea and bruxism. In conjunction with his Master’s degree, he pursued 3 years of advanced prosthodontics residency at Wilford Hall Medical Center. After graduating from residency, he joined the Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency staff in Nebraska to train new dentists. In 2013 he earned his Board Certification in Prosthodontics.
In 2016 and after more than 13 years of service, Dr. Jones was able to fulfill his dream of moving back to Boise and is thrilled to join Boise Prosthodontics. Chris and Rebecca currently reside in Meridian with their four children and one dog. During his free time he can be found running, playing basketball, or spending time with his family.
Professional Mission Statement
Areas of Specialty Dental Training
Proper planning, single, multiple, full mouth tooth replacement options, surgical guide fabrication, computer aided design and fabrication, immediate loading of dental implants, teeth in a day, all on four, etc.
Aesthetic veneers, crowns, bridges, implants, understanding of importance of aesthetics of teeth in relationship to the facial structures
Crowns, bridges, implant restorations, occlusion (“bite”), temporomandibular joint disorders (“TMD”), worn and broken dentition, full mouth rehabilitation/reconstruction
REMOVABLE DENTAL PROSTHESES
Immediate denture, complete dentures, metal re-enforced dentures, partial dentures, implant assisted dentures, aesthetic no clasp visible partial dentures, etc.
TREATMENT OF CONGENITAL DENTAL DEFECTS
Ectodermal dysplasia, amelogensis imperfect, congenitally missing lateral incisors, etc.