Brandon, SD Dentist
Get to Know Dr. Scott Wehrkamp
Dr. Scott Wehrkamp is committed to providing exceptional care and ensuring the well-being of his patients. With over four decades of experience, he has nurtured a thriving private dental practice in Brandon since 1981. He embraces a comprehensive and cosmetic approach to case management, constantly evolving to incorporate the latest advancements in dentistry.
His expertise encompasses various specialized areas, including orthodontics using Invisalign, cosmetic gum surgery, and dental implant placement and restoration. Dr. Wehrkamp is currently the only cosmetic dentist within a 250-mile radius that is certified by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentists. Driven by a commitment to excellence, he can perform everything from single-tooth treatments to full-mouth reconstructions, ensuring his patients receive comprehensive and tailored care plans. To learn a little more about his background, read on below.
An esteemed graduate of O'Gorman High School in Sioux Falls, Dr. Wehrkamp went on to obtain his Bachelor of Science degree from South Dakota State University in 1975. He pursued his passion for dentistry by earning his Doctor of Dental Science from the Loyola University Chicago School of Dentistry.
In recognition of his exceptional skills and dedication to the field, Dr. Wehrkamp achieved Accredited status in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) in 2008. This prestigious designation is held by only 286 dental professionals worldwide out of the 6,000 AACD members across 70 countries.
Furthermore, Dr. Wehrkamp's commitment to continuous learning led him to attain the distinguished position of Fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists in March 2012. To earn this distinction, he dedicated 75 hours of continuing education to implantology, successfully treating and meticulously documenting 20 implant cases. Notably, Dr. Wehrkamp personally performed the surgical placement of implants for all these cases, delivering seamless care for his patients.