Serving Rapid City, SD

We love serving the people of Rapid City and helping them achieve their dental health goals. Whether that means emergency dental care when accidents or injuries happen, something more advanced like dental implants, or even cosmetic treatments to give your smile a pearly white gleam, we look forward to being your partners in lifelong dental health. Check this map if you need directions to our practice.

If you are unsure whether your situation is considered a dental emergency, do not hesitate to contact us anyway. We quickly diagnose and determine the gravity of the problem and treat you according to your emergency needs promptly. Sometimes life happens, and there are just times when dental care is immediately needed. In these times, an emergency dentist like Dr. Kelly is who you need to call.

How to Find Our Office

Don’t already know where we are? We can help with that. Finding your way to Rushmore Dental in Rapid City is easy with these nearby landmarks as your guide. Our dental practice is conveniently located to ensure your journey is smooth and stress-free.

If you’re coming from west of Canyon Lake Park, just keep heading northeast up Jackson Blvd. You’ll pass the Meadowbrook Golf Course and Jackson Park. Keep going until you see the Sinclair and Black Hills tire, then turn right onto Mountain View Rd. We’re in the second business park on the left, and just follow the signs to us from there!

Maybe you’re coming from the direction of Uptown Rapid Mall. You can take the I-90 and the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway if you prefer — just turn right when you reach Main Street, then turn right onto Jackson Blvd, then take another left onto Mountain View Rd.

If you’d rather drive through town, it’ll only take a minute longer. Head south from the mall on Maple St, then turn right at the fire station onto Anamosa St. Take a left onto Haines Ave and follow it around a couple of bends to Omaha St. Turn right onto Omaha St, then left onto Mountain View Rd. This might be confusing because it’s not the same Mountain View Rd. as the one we’re on, so take that to Jackson Blvd, turn right, and then turn left onto our Mountain View Rd. (Sorry, we know it’s weird.)

If you’re bringing your teen for a school-day appointment from Central High School, take Omaha St. west to Cross St., then turn left. Turn right onto Main St. and left on Jackson Blvd. Take another left at Mountain View Rd.

Whether you’re coming from the Uptown Rapid, Central High School, Canyon Lake Park, or any other nearby landmarks, following these simple directions will lead you directly to us. Our team is excited to provide you with top-notch dental care in a convenient and easily accessible location.

We’ll Leave You With Some Rapid City Trivia

How much trivia do you know about our city? See if we can surprise you with any of our history trivia about Rapid City:

  1. Founding of Rapid City: Rapid City was founded in 1876 by a group of miners who were drawn to the area by the discovery of gold in the Black Hills. The city was established in a hurry, which is how it got its name – “rapid” due to the nearby Rapid Creek.
  2. Monumental Presence: Rapid City is known as the “Gateway to the Black Hills” and is situated near iconic landmarks like Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Crazy Horse Memorial, and Custer State Park. These attractions make the city a popular tourist destination.
  3. Downtown Ellsworth: Named after Brigadier General Richard Ellsworth, who was the first member of the U.S. Air Force to die in a Cold War-related incident, Downtown Rapid City boasts Ellsworth Air Force Base, a significant presence in the region.
  4. 1972 Flood: The city faced a devastating flood in 1972 when heavy rainfall caused Rapid Creek to overflow its banks. The flood claimed numerous lives and caused extensive damage to the city’s infrastructure, leading to significant changes in flood control and city planning.
  5. City of Presidents: Rapid City is home to the “City of Presidents” sculpture project, where life-sized bronze statues of U.S. presidents are displayed on street corners throughout downtown. This project commemorates the legacy of each president and adds a unique touch to the city’s streetscape.

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