Meet Dr. Kruyer
Dr. Kruyer, The Dentist:
Dr. Kruyer graduated Cum Laude from Marquette University School of Dentistry. After dental school she was the honor graduate of her one year residency--gaining additional training in all the areas of dentistry. In 2006, she recieved her fellowship from the AGD. As well as running her own private practice, Dr. Kruyer is an adjunct professor at the UNLV School of Dental Medicine.
American Dental Association (ADA)
American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD)
American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID)
Academy of General Dentistry (AGD)
Nevada Dental Association (NDA)
Las Vegas Study Club (Seattle Study Club)
HONORS AND AWARDS:
America's Top Dentists Award (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)*
Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD), 2006
1-800-DENTIST Cares Award, 2005
Distinguished Honor Graduate, AGDP-1, Fort Benning, 2002
Outstanding Dental Officer of the Year, United States Army, 2002
Junior Officer of the SE Regional Dental Command USA, 2002
Distinguished Honor Graduate, AMEDD OBC, Ft. Sam Houston, 2001
Oral Biology Award, American Association of Oral Biologists, 2001
Jesuit Honor Society, Marquette University, 2000
Dean's List, Marquette Dental School 1998-2001
Dean's Honor Roll, University of Alberta, 1991-1994
*Consumers' Research Council of America
Dr. Kruyer, The Soldier:
Dr. Kruyer served one year in Kuwait and Iraq. During her stay, she experienced sandstorms, pnemonia, scorpions, camel spiders, IED's, Mortar Fire, and extreme heat (150f++... and we thought Vegas was hot!). She practiced dentistry in primitive conditions - including surgical extraction of bony-impacted wisdom teeth - using a portable dental chair. Dr. Kruyer said her most lasting memories of Iraq are of the people, especially the children.
Dr. Kruyer, The Wife & Mother:
Dr. Kruyer is the mother of 6 wonderful children. Tynica, Jonathan, Teresia, Anica, Iysha (passed away in 2009) and Tia. Her husband Paul works as the office manager and is the battery that keeps her office running! She knows the trials parents face when trying to teach children how to take care of their teeth.
Orthodontics done by general dentist.