Jed W Taucher, DMD
Dentist in Medford, Oregon

office@drtaucher.com

I was born and raised in Central Point, OR. I've wanted to be a dentist from a very young age and I have always had a passion for the practice and art of dentistry. I feel incredibly privileged that I am able to use my education to contribute to the oral health of my hometown. I enjoy being able to provide quality care for my patients in a welcoming, comfortable environment.

Education and Continuing Education


I studied Biology at Oregon State University and graduated with my Bachelor's degree in 2008. I continued on to the Oregon Health & Science University School of Dentistry where I earned my Doctorate of Dental Medicine in 2012. I then completed a one year General Practice Residency at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawai'i before returning home to the Rogue Valley.

I am a member of the Southern Oregon Dental Society, the Oregon Dental Association, the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Public Health Dentistry. I participate in all of these organizations to ensure that my patients always receive the highest quality care possible using the latest knowledge, techniques and materials available.

Family Life


In my free time I enjoy running in many events (including Tough Mudder, Warrior Dash, The Rogue Run and the Rogue Valley Relay Challenge), playing golf, stand-up paddle boarding, going to the movies and spending time with my family and friends.

How Intraoral Cameras Make for Better Oral Health
Over recent years, many dental offices have gone from more traditional x-ray machines to using intraoral cameras. These cameras give dentists a much clearer view of the mouth, and everything that is going on within the mouth. They can provide nearly instant pictures of a patient's mouth, and they can even create 3-D renderings of a mouth. This can help a dentist see what is going on more clearly, and explain treatments and procedures more effectively to patients.

Benefits of Using Intraoral Cameras

By being able to show a patient where a problem originates, it allows the patient to better understand what they need done and why. They can see the problem for themselves, allowing them to have a better grasp of what the procedure will help them with.

Intraoral cameras are able to see the mouth in real-time, making it easier for a dentist to see issues when they are first starting. This lets them work on correcting the problems before they get bigger and potentially cause other problems in your mouth. When a patient has pain, using an intraoral camera can also help a dentist discover the cause more quickly and allows them to remedy the pain before it spreads.



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