David C. Keim, DDS
Dr. Keim received his B.S. in Biology from Drake University where he was a three year letterman for the Drake Bulldogs Football Squad. He completed his Doctorate in Dentistry at the University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Dentistry. Dr. Keim’s ethic of quality dental care for everyone was bolstered in dental school, where Dr. Keim was part of the honors Oral Surgery program. During dental school he devoted time and skills to the underserved—he worked as a student extern for the Jackson County Jail; at the Kansas State Blind School and volunteered his time to treat underserved children in Venezuela and Guatemala. In recognition of his dedication to dentistry and community service, Dr. Keim received the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Award from the University of Missouri – Kansas City Dental College.
Dr. Keim then served as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Public Health Service where he was stationed at Blackfeet Community Hospital in Browning, MT. In 2006, he began his private dental practice in Kalispell, Montana.
Dr. Keim continues his devotion to community and service in the Flathead — he served as President of the Montana Dental Association and currently serves as a board member, is the Dental Director for Shepherd’s Hand Free Dental Clinic, Board member for Daybreak Rotary, is a member of the Flathead County Community Health Clinic Board, and is a past president of the First District Dental Society in the Flathead Valley. In addition, he serves on the advisory board for both Salish Kootenai and University of Great Falls Hygiene schools. He continues to serve his community as a Project School Sealants program volunteer. He also provides care for the Flathead County Jail Patients, special needs and nursing home patients.
Dr. Keim was inducted into the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists after being nominated by his peers and passing an independent review process. In his free time, Dr. Keim is a Climb Coordinator for the Glacier Mountaineering Society and enjoys all of the things Montana has to offer in the out of doors, especially when spent with his friends and family.
Dr. Keim resides in Flathead County with his wife Ronna, their four sons, and black lab, Brooke.