Dr. James Drake, DMD
James G. Drake DMD (his friends call him J.D.) attended Ricks College, Idaho State University, and received his dental degree from Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia. In addition to enjoying all procedures in general dentistry, Dr. Drake is currently focusing his research on Full Mouth Rehabilitation and advanced procedures in restoring people with problems to health. He recently introduced Lasers for use in treating gum infections and treatment of cold sores.
Drake is the grateful husband to his wife, Jennifer and father to their three very cute children. He was born and raised on a dairy farm in eastern Idaho and you may find him horseback any chance he gets. Dr. Drake has also published a book about the human need for acceptance (www.thirstthebook.com) and is co-founder of a national company that trains dental assistants (www.assisttosucceed.com). He is proud to serve on the Board of Directors of Help Inc. a local child abuse prevention agency, as well as spending many hours with his church and in other community service organizations.
Dr. Brett Jacobson, DDS
Dr. Brett D. Jacobson’s professional and academic careers are best described as excellent. He is a 1996 graduate of Creighton University Dental School. Currently, Dr. Jacobson is involved with several professional associations.
Dr. Jacobson enjoys all aspects of General Family Dentistry, everything from children’s dentistry to comprehensive restorations which involve dental implants. Many patients have commented on his gentle nature, especially with children.
Dr. Jacobson and his wife, Melani, have six children. They enjoy going on vacations and spending time together.
Dr. Ronald L. Fuller
Dr. Ronald L. Fuller was born in Syracuse, New York. When he was ten years old he and his family moved to southern Utah where he attended Dixie High School, Dixie State University and Southern Utah University. While attending Dixie State University he met and married his wife Tina. He received his dental degree from Loyola University Chicago in 1992. Dr. Fuller has spent 21 years in the Indian Health Service, as an Officer of the United States Public Health Service, doing dentistry in South Dakota, Alaska, New Mexico, and Wisconsin. He spent nine months of long term training at the University of Washington in Seattle prior to returning to South Dakota and retiring to private practice. For the last five years he has practiced as an associate in Ainsworth, Nebraska.
His family has grown throughout his professional career. It now includes six children. One born in Utah that is married and lives in Wisconsin, two born in Illinois that are married and live in the Rexburg area, one born in South Dakota that also lives in the Rexburg area, two children born in Wisconsin a stillborn and a 15 year old daughter attending North Fremont High School in Ashton, ID where Dr. Fuller and his family now reside.
Dr. Fuller comes to Idaho to spend time with eight of his ten grandchildren and 4 of his 5 living children. His hobbies are learning to fly fish, family history, and aviation. He loves spending time with family and friends and looks forward to serving you at Park West Dental Center
Dr. Jennifer Aaberg
Dr. Jennifer Aaberg attended the University of Wyoming to study Mathematics and Chemistry but knew she wanted to be a dentist since the age of 14. She achieved that goal with high remarks and received her dental degree from the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine with honors.
Dr. Aaberg loves working with patients of all ages, and is passionate about building an individual’s confidence through a healthy, beautiful smile. She also enjoys utilizing all procedures of general dentistry in order to build these beautiful smiles. Many patients remark on Dr. Aaberg’s thoroughness during her exams and procedures, and appreciate the time she takes to explain their comprehensive treatment.
Dr. Aaberg is married and has been with her husband for more than 10 years. When not performing or researching dentistry, you can find Dr. Aaberg hunting and fishing with her husband and their puppy.