Pediatric Dentists Dedicated to Oral Health in Great Falls, MT
The doctors at Great Falls Pediatric Dentistry in Great Falls, MT want their patients to learn about oral health while having fun when they come to the office for their checkups. They strive to create great teeth cleaning habits for life, starting at a young age. To do this, they commit themselves to the highest standards in pediatric dental care, creating beautiful smiles that children can feel confident with.
Meet Dr. Nate Stevenson
Dr. Nate Stevenson grew up in North Ogden, a small town in Utah tucked into the Wasatch mountain range. He graduated from Utah State University in 1999 (Go Aggies!) where he served as Student Body Vice President. He then went dental school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at Marquette University, where he served four years as president of the dental school.
In school, one of his first patients was a frightened child who had severe decay. Winning his confidence was the moment Dr. Nate knew he wanted to dedicate his career to helping kids love going to the dentist. He then completed two years of additional training in pediatric dentistry at Schneider’s Children’s Hospital in New York City. Those were two amazing years that taught him that every child is different and wonderful. His education included advanced studies and specialized training in dentistry for children, special needs and medically compromised patients. He truly believes that showing children compassion will shape their future as an adult.
Dr. Nate continues to stay active in dental education and advocacy through his different roles as a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) and Western Society of Pediatric Dentistry (WSPD). He was awarded Diplomate status by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry shortly after finishing his formal training by successfully completing a series of voluntary examinations offered by the board of examiners. He is also a member of the Montana Dental Association (MDA) and Utah Dental Association (UDA).
After 10 years in private practice in Salt Lake City, Dr. Nate and his wife decided to fulfill a childhood dream of his and move to Big Sky country. He and his wife have two boys and a daughter who now call Great Falls their home. When not at work, Dr. Nate can usually be found either with his family on the soccer fields, on the water or on the ski slopes. His hobby is finding new projects to do around the home that drive his wife nuts.
Meet Dr. Kevin Rencher
Dr. Kevin Rencher grew up in southeastern Idaho. As the oldest of eight siblings, he has always been surrounded by children. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1998 and then graduated from dental school at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry in 2002. During dental school, he served as the President of the American Student Dental Association. He also served on numerous legislative committees. He then went on to complete two additional years of specialty training in pediatric dentistry at Schneider’s Children’s Hospital in New York City.
Dr. Rencher continues to receive numerous awards for his superior academic excellence and leadership. He has traveled throughout the country speaking to dental professionals. He routinely travels to Washington, D.C. to help influence children’s dental legislation. He continues to be a leader among the pediatric dental community.
As an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and through his involvement with the American Dental Association and the Montana Dental Association, Dr. Rencher makes it a priority to stay current on the latest developments within the pediatric dental community.
Dr. Rencher is happily married. He and his beautiful wife have two sons and a daughter. In his spare time, Dr. Rencher enjoys camping, traveling and playing with his family.