Meet Dr. Kenneth Bagby
Dr. Kenneth Bagby has been providing quality dental care for the Billings Community for almost 30 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Dental School and completed his undergraduate education in biology at the University of Montana.
Deciding on dentistry for a career as a child, Dr. Bagby feels fortunate that he chose a profession that he enjoys and maintains a passion for to this day. His commitment to the quality of care he offers his patients is exhibited by almost 120 hours of continuing education and training each year for over 20 years. A comment by one of his early mentors, ‘Don’t offer what you don’t have on the shelf’ has kept him focused on his patients’ complete dental health.
Dr. Bagby is a member of the Montana Dental Association, the American Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry. He is a founding member of the Montana Study Club and has served as President of the Montana Academy of General Dentistry and President and Chairman of Peer Review for the Ninth District Dental Society here in Billings.
Dr. Bagby realizes there is a patient attached to every tooth and that a complete approach to dental health in partnership with his patients, can offer them a future with as little treatment as possible. He has a special interest in occlusion and cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry including implant restoration.
On October 10, 2014, Dr. Bagby was honorably elected as Fellow of the International College of Dentists (F.I.C.D.). Membership in the College, signified by the honorary title of Fellow, is by invitation only. The honor is bestowed upon those dentists who have made significant contributions to the profession, their community, and successfully completed a thorough peer review process.
“Dr. Kenneth Bagby was inducted as a fellow into the International College of Dentists during its 85th annual convocation in San Antonio. This highest honor is bestowed on those who exhibit the college’s ideals of integrity, leadership and service to both the profession and the public. Included is maintaining a high degree of technical excellence, ethical behavior and practicing with the welfare of the patient being the primary consideration.” – Billings Gazette “Success Stories”