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At Surfin’ Smile in Casper, Wyoming, Dr. Denise Prugh, Dr. Everett Maynard, and their staff specialize in making your child’s pediatric dental experience a positive one. From infancy to young adult, we strive to give your child a healthy smile that will last a lifetime. We’re committed to preventable maintenance, which teaches your child about proper dental habits such as tooth brushing, flossing, proper diet and regular dentist visits.

From the ground up, our island surf-themed office is uniquely designed to give children a great dental experience. Kids can play video games in the waiting room, there’s even a TV in the floor you can walk on! Each dental chair has a TV in the ceiling that plays movies. At the end of every visit all kids receive a gold coin to use in our fully stocked prize treasure tower, which is a favorite.

Dr. Prugh, Dr. Maynard, and staff have the expertise to make your family feel at home. We always treat each child as if they were a member of our own family. Come see why children love going to the dentists at Surfin’ Smiles.

If you have any questions please feel free to call our office. We look forward to seeing your children soon!
We invite you to check out why children love coming to Surfin’ Smiles Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics!

Meet Our Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Denise R. Prugh, DDS
    Board Certified Pediatric Dentist/Orthodontist

    My college education began at Cottey College and then I finished my Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at the University of Wyoming. For dental school I attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.

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  • Dr.
    Everett I. Maynard, DDS

    Residency provided me with a unique and exciting opportunity to specialize in care for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs. I received extensive specialized training encompassing growth and development, child psychology, treatment of traumatic injuries, and sedation dentistry. During this time, I served as lead dentist at the Bone Metabolism Clinic for children diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta/Brittle Bone Disease. Read More


What Our Patients Say About Us

  • "The staff and environment was incredible! Everyone was so great. My daughter had been somewhat traumatized at her previous dentist so we switched over here. We accidentally showed up to her appointment way early and they were so accommodating and got her right back. Nick was wonderful and made sure to talk to my daughter with compassion and understanding. Thank you all so much! So glad we will be coming here from now on. I absolutely recommend Surfin Smiles!"
    Kelli Mcintire
  • "I have been taking my kids to see Dr Maynard every since they got their teeth. We love him! He always makes the kids feel so comfortable singing and dancing! And just being silly! He's great w them! Wish he was my dentist lol. His staff is always friendly and helpful. I'd recommend Surfin Smiles to anyone looking for a pediatric dentist!!"
    Brandi Barrow
  • "This facility and the staff are both wonderful. The waiting room is so open and it's not congested at all. The front desk staff are kind and helpful, Dr. Maynard was WONDERFUL when I took my 6 month old son in for his first ever appointment. My son received an award from his first appointment too as a commemoration. All of the nursing staff, especially Leslie were amazing as well. I'm so pleased we chose this facility for our son!"
    Briana Bruce

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  • Wisdom Teeth

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  • Wisdom Teeth

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