Meet the Doctors at Tooth Town Dentistry for Kids
Pediatric Dentists in Pocatello
Dr. Robert McWhorter
Dr. McWhorter was born and raised as the 6th of 8 children in Texas. In 1985, he graduated from Atlanta High School in Atlanta Texas. He fulfilled a full-time mission, serving 2 years in Osaka, Japan, for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After graduating from BYU, he attended dental school at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, graduating in 1998. He then completed a two-year Pediatric Dental Residency at UMKC/Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, graduating in June of 2000. Dr. McWhorter opened Dentistry For Kids in Pocatello in July 2000, where he enjoys working with children by creating a unique experience for them while meeting their dental needs. He married his wife, Natalie DaBell of Rigby, Idaho, in 1992, and they are the proud parents of four children: Chase, Remington, Mason, and Aysia. They love living and raising their family in southern Idaho. Dr. McWhorter enjoys sports, traveling, and most of all loves spending time with his family.
Dr. Garth Stoddard
Dr. Stoddard practiced in Colorado and Twin Falls before returning to his native home in Pocatello. Prior to studying dentistry, he graduated from ISU. He attended Nova Southeastern University for his pediatric dental degree and Case Western for his DMD, graduating in 2008. As a pediatric dentist, Dr. Stoddard’s goal is to ensure overall oral health for children. He is board-certified with AAPD and certified in the administration of oral sedation medications. He completes his continuing education credits yearly to remain current on pediatric dental care. Dr. Stoddard has been married to his wife, Karen, for 18 years, and they share 5 children—Kylie, Paige, Owen, Lauren, and Anna. In his free time, Dr. Stoddard enjoys mountain biking, skiing, rafting, and trying anything new and adventurous.
Dr. Devin Belnap
Dr. Belnap was born and raised in Pocatello. He served a 2 year full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Copenhagen, Denmark. After his mission, he returned to BYU, where he and his wife, Nichole were married. He completed dental school at Roseman University in Utah in 2017 and his pediatric dental residency at Stony Brook University in New York in 2019. He loves working with children because of their energy and excitement. He loves meeting their unique needs and concerns! He and his wife Nichole have four kids, Elias, Lacey, Amelia and Madison with one more on the way! They love anything outdoors but especially love water skiing, camping, mountain biking, swimming, snow shoeing and back yard games!