Dr. Teresa Ruehl is a 2005 graduate of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. After dental school, she completed an Advanced Education in General Dental Residency at the University of Cincinnati. Following her passion to serve, she moved to Wyoming in 2006 to work for the Indian Health Service on the Wind River Indian Reservation. She and her husband fell in love with Lander and decided to raise their family there. They enjoy being part of the community and playing in the great outdoors with their two children and dog.
Dr. Ruehl strives to deliver the best in oral care and is a strong believer in lifelong learning. In raising her own children, she has developed a strong interest in pediatric growth and development. She is currently a member of ASAP Pathway (Airway, Sleep, and Pediatrics), and an Ambassador of the Breathe Institute. She is a fellow of the South Dakota Implant Center, and a member of the Wyoming Dental Association, the American Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry.