An engaging and committed Fargo dentist.
Dr. Austin Vetter was raised in Minot, ND where he was active in sports and the Boy Scouts. He played a number of sports at Bishop Ryan High School before being awarded a full-tuition football scholarship to North Dakota State University where he played tight end. While there, Dr. Vetter met his wife, Katie, who played NDSU basketball. After graduating, they both moved to Creighton for his dental training.
Right from high school, dentistry interested Dr. Vetter because he wanted to help people while expressing his artistic side. He also has an avid interest in technology, which drew him to the everchanging dental field.
With a keen interest in this industry, Dr. Vetter learned from a number of top-class dentists. He appreciated the value of not only fixing issues but also beautifying them. He brings this approach to all his patients as he helps them achieve their personal goals. Our Fargo dentist takes the time to understand your needs and enjoys developing close relationships with his patients.
Dr. Vetter was recognized by North Dakota State University for football and played in seven games for the Bison in 2009. Our Fargo dentist contributed to several special team units and played tight end. He received the Missouri Valley Football Conference Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award that same year.
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It is with great joy that we congratulate Dr. Jay P. Erickson on his retirement. He established a wonderful, family-friendly practice in the heart of our community and for that, we are truly grateful. He will be missed, but you may see him around the office as he and his wife Bonnie are continuing on as patients of Dr. Vetter.
Thanks for your service Dr. Erickson!