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Dr. Gary Brent Wiest, DDS is a health care provider primarily located in Provo, UT. He has 38 years of experience. His specialties include General Dentistry. He speaks English and Spanish.
Graduated in 1985
Dr. Gary Wiest, DMD, will be the first to admit that one of his favorite hobbies is his work.
He has chosen to do what he greatly enjoys and has surrounded himself with people he thinks of as friends and family. He has been in practice in Provo since 1985. He worked with his father, Clinton Wiest, for his first six years. His son, Dr. Kevin B. Wiest is carrying on the Wiest family tradition. He joined Provo Dental in 2019.
Dr. Wiest was born and raised in Provo, UT. He served a two year mission for his church in Scotland. He graduated from Brigham Young University and went to dental school at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated with highest honors while receiving a Doctorate of Medical Dentistry.
Dr. Wiest has been a member of the Utah Dental Association, The American Dental Association, and The Academy of General Dentistry since 1985. He has served as President of the Provo District Dental Society, he served as the scientific chair of the UDA Convention in 2003, and he was the President of the Utah Dental Association in 2013. He is a member of the Pierre Fauchard Academy.
He is currently serving as the Utah coordinator for The International College of Dentists. He is the past president of the LDS Academy of Dentists. He currently serves on the board of the Professional Insurance Exchange, the liability insurance company for Utah dentists. Dr. Wiest is a member of the Provo Rotary Club and also serves his community in his religious activities.
Dr. Wiest is dedicated to the quality of care given to his patients. He attends many hours of continual training in dental hygiene, restorative and cosmetic dentistry, root canal therapy, implants and orthodontics. Our office specializes in doing same day crowns. He is always keeping up with the latest techniques and equipment to improve the dental care of his patients.