Hello From Riverton!
Colton J. Crane, D.M.D.
Dr. Colton Crane graduated Magna Cum Laude from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and minors in Economics, Agricultural Science, and Chemistry. He received his dental degree from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 2005. In addition to his formal training, Dr. Crane is also involved with numerous organizations including Rotary Club, he was on the Central Wyoming College board of trustees for twelve years, and is now working to bring a Boys and Girls Club to Fremont County.
Dr. Crane understands the importance of giving back to the community and provides a Christmas Care Day each December where people can receive dental care at no charge to them and will be giving away a trip to Disneyland each year in conjunction with his puzzle.
Dr. Crane is committed to upholding the traditions of Rendezvous Dental while continuing to incorporate the best modern dental practice technologies. He has received further training in dental implantology, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, and esthetic dentistry, including veneers.
Colton, a western native, enjoys the wonderful climate and outdoor activities of Wyoming. Some of his hobbies include basketball, travel, dining out, hunting, camping, and hiking. Most of all, Colton enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife, Susan, and their five children Jordan, Lindsay, Joe, Emma, and Chrissy.
Dale R. Sackett, D.D.S.
Dr. Sackett’s great grandfather moved to Fremont County in 1885 and he and his family have a close attachment to the people of this area. Dale graduated from University of Wyoming in 1973 and from the University Of Nebraska College Of Dentistry in 1977. He and his wife, Dianne have been working together providing dental care in Fremont County for 40 years. Their two children were raised in Riverton, Wyoming and both graduated from the University of Wyoming. Dr. Sackett believes that dental treatment should be approached in a careful and conservative way with the patient’s wishes always coming first.