Dr. David C. Olson
Dr. David C. Olson - Minot Dentist
Born and raised in Mohall, ND, I consider it a privilege to practice in Minot. My father, Dr. Clarence Olson, a strong influence in my life, served the Mohall community for over forty years as a general dentist. His dental classmate, Dr. Roman Stroebel, encouraged me to pursue a dental career in Minot which eventually led to the purchase of his practice in 1979. I attended Concordia College in Moorhead, MN for my undergraduate education and completed my dental education at Loyola University of Chicago in 1979. My decision to practice in Minot was quite easy because of my love of hunting, the outdoors, and Lake Metigoshe. Minot has been a great place to raise my family.
I take great pride in my family. Following in my footsteps, three of my daughters have attended Concordia College, while one graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College. Three of my daughters have chosen to pursue careers in Minot; Katie works at the Adult Learning Center in Minot and Kelly is an attorney with the City of Minot.
Megan joined my practice the summer of 2014 after graduating from Creighton University. My youngest daughter, Julie, is currently a nurse at Sanford Hospital in Fargo. My wife, Kathy, and I have enjoyed many years of following the girls' high school and college activities around the midwest. We now enjoy chasing after our young grandchildren.
An advocate of education, I stay up to date on the latest advancements in dentistry in order to provide the most current options for my patients. As a member of the Minot Rotary Club, I have had the privilege of sharing my knowledge of dentistry with the underprivileged in the developing countries of Honduras and India. As a dentist, I recognize that all my patients are unique individuals that have placed their trust in me. That is one reason I value each and every patient relationship that I have established in Minot or in other parts of the world. I continue to enhance and share my knowledge of dentistry as an active member of the following dental professional groups:
North Dakota Dental Association-Serving as President
International College of Dentists
Minot Dental Society-Past President
Northwest Dental Society
American Dental Society
Two Bit Study Club