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Dr. Stan Fry, Hereford Dentist

Stan Fry, Jr., D.D.S.

Hereford Smiles

(806) 364-1340

About Us



Dr. Stan Fry Jr., DDS






Dr. Fry was raised and went to school in Hereford and after graduation from Baylor College of Dentistry in 1983 returned to practice in Hereford.  He, and his wife Beckie, raised their three daughters in Hereford and now enjoy seeing their grandchildren grow up. 

Nationally, Dr. Fry is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Orthodontic Society, the Academy of General Dentistry and a Fellow in the International College of Dentists.   

State wide, Dr. Fry is a member of the Texas Dental Association, where he serves on the Access Committee for the Texas Dental Association Smiles Foundation.  Dr. Fry also travels throughout the state volunteering in Texas Missions of Mercy providing free dental care to underserved areas and patients in Texas. 

In the Panhandle, Dr. Fry is a member of the Panhandle District Dental Society, in which he has served as president and has been on the board of directors for more than 10 years.  He is also a member of the Panhandle Academy of General Dentistry, where he has served as president.

Locally, In 2007 Dr. Fry organized and chaired a Texas Mission of Mercy in Hereford.  This event brought many other dentist and volunteers into Hereford and provided over 900 underserved residents free dentistry.    Dr. Fry is a member of the Herford Lions Club, where he served as president. He has served on the Hospital Board of Directors and has been a recipient of the Hereford Bull Chip Award, and had a day named in his honor for service to the community.  

In his off hours, Dr. Fry enjoys shooting sports, woodworking, motorcycle riding, genealogy, as well as spending time in the mountains, and spending time with his family. 

Practicing dentistry for 30 years Dr. Fry has seen many advances in the profession and he strives to keep up with new techniques and technology, often attending more than 100 hours of continuing education annually.  This includes providing composite (white) fillings, orthodontics, veneers, zirconia crowns, and endodontics (root canals).  New technologies include computers in each room, complete digital x-rays, exposing the patient to less radiation, laser dentistry, laser diagnosis, and magnification glasses.