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Dr. Tyler Whiting

Dr Whiting

Dr. Tyler Whiting was born and raised in the Alexandria area. After graduating from Minnesota State University, Mankato; he went on to the University of Minnesota to receive his Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree graduating in the top three of his class. After dental school, Dr. Whiting was commissioned as an officer in the US Air Force. He then completed a rigorous Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. He received extensive training during the residency to include dental implant placement, orthodontics, complex extractions, sleep apnea, TMD treatment, as well as advances in digital dentistry. 

After the residency, he was stationed at Royal Air Force Lakenheath in England for three years and then at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona. He thoroughly enjoyed providing dental care to service members and their families while on active duty. Dr. Whiting is passionate about optimizing a patient’s oral health and how it can impact their overall well being. He is avid about continuing education and providing patients with evidenced base dentistry. 

Dr. Whiting joined our team in Aug 2019 and he continues to serve his country as part of the Minnesota Air National Guard. He is excited to once again call Alexandria home together with his wife and three children. In his free time, you will find Dr. Whiting spending time with his family, traveling, hunting or on the golf course.  

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Dentistry at the Center is temporarily closed to non-emergency care per the Minnesota Board of Dentistry

As expected, the guidance regarding COVID-19 is rapidly changing. The two governing bodies for dentistry in Minnesota (the Minnesota Board of Dentistry and the Minnesota Dental Association) have issued an official joint statement. They are strongly recommending that all dentists practicing in Minnesota suspend nonessential dental care for the next 14 days to help slow the spread of the virus.  

 

We are taking this recommendation very serious and we want to do the right thing for our community. This means that Dentistry at the Center will be open for emergency care only. This helps prevent our hospital and urgent care clinics from becoming overwhelmed. Patients who present with a dental emergency to our clinic will be screened for the COVID-19 virus per the CDC recommendations. 

 

Please call our clinic at (320)762-5216 if you have any further questions or a dental concern. We are doing everything we can to help our community with this crisis! 

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