Dr. Chad Meyer is a Rapid City native who graduated from Stevens High School in 1990. He attended college at the University of Nebraska and graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska Medical Center-College of Dentistry in 1999 and the University of Rochester in 2004. After three years in the United States Air Force Dental Corp, he began his orthodontic residency at Eastman Dental Center in Rochester, NY.
When Dr. Chad is not taking care of patients, he enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, snow skiing and cycling.
Dr. Jesse Dana is a native South Dakotan and a graduate of Black Hills State University. He graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. He completed his orthodontic residency at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. Dr. Jesse started his orthodontic practice in Spearfish in 2003. We were honored to have Dr. Jesse join the team in 2007.
Dr. Jesse and his wife Traci have three children: Kooper, Jozie, and Kanon.
Dr. Jesse and his family enjoy many outdoor activities together. He also has a strong basketball history and enjoys playing the game, as well as coaching his childrens teams.
Dr. Keldon Carroll is originally from the Bay Area in California. He received his bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University in Idaho. He began his dental training at the University of Southern California, graduating in 2010. Dr. Keldon served in the United States Air Force Dental Corp for four years. He then went on to continue his Orthodontic residency at The Ohio State University, finishing in 2018.
Dr. Keldon and his wife Amy have four children: Kaden, Elise, Drew and Ezra.
He loves spending time traveling and exploring new places with his family. He also enjoys mountain biking, skiing and wrenching on his Skyline GTR.
Dr. Richard Meyer is a native South Dakotan and a University of South Dakota alumnus. He graduated with honors from Loyola University School of Dental Surgery in Chicago and completed his Orthodontic Residency at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. He practiced for nine years in the U.S. military before leaving as a Lt. Colonel to return home to South Dakota to the private practice of Orthodontics in Rapid City. He considers all of his patients part of his family. Dr. Rich truly cares about his patients and enjoys his time with them.
Dr. Rich and his wife Gayla, have three children (Chad, Kristen and Tyler) as well as six very special grandchildren (all in Rapid City). He loves to spend time with his family as well as fly-fishing, hunting, skiing, playing racquetball, and of course, traveling.