In light of the current pandemic situation, we'd like to let you know:

What we do to keep you safer at your dental visit than at any other location in your life right now!

  • Our entire office (reception area, front desk, all clinical areas, restrooms, etc.) is disinfected with a fog based antimicrobial and antiviral which permeates all spaces, especially hard to clean spaces, including cabinets, light switches, door knobs, writing utensils, hoses, and so on.
  • Our disinfectant is a powerful oxidant and is 100 times more efficient at killing microbial pathogens than liquid chlorine bleach. After application, it breaks down into oxygen and water vapor, making it green and very safe.
  • Our disinfectant is the same one used by our own bodies in breaking down harmful microorganisms and viruses within our own cells, so it is entirely natural.
  • As always, all instruments are heat and pressure sterilized and monitored for effective and complete sterilization before you arrive for your visit.
  • Additionally, as a standard measure, we spray and wipe clinical surfaces with high level disinfectant before your appointment
  • Surfaces that cannot be disinfected (like magazines in the reception area) have been removed from our office.
  • All patients are screened prior to entering the office for COVID-19 symptoms and history.
  • For your additional safety and that of other patients and our staff, please be prepared to sanitize your hands and have your temperature taken when you come in for your appointment.

Taking care of you and your health is THE reason we are here. It is our primary focus, now more than ever.


From the moment you enter our office, the staff at Olympia Prosthodontics will prove to you that this is not an ordinary dental practice. We begin by listening to you, and then match your dental care to what matters to you. We work hard to make every aspect of your experience with us a pleasant one.

We offer a full range of oral health care services. With an emphasis on preventative services such as cleaning, polishing and the use of sealants to prevent tooth decay, we’ll get the health care of your family off to a great start. However, we are prepared to help you with any dental need you might encounter – from crowns and fillings to tooth replacement, oral surgery and Dental Implants. > View Our Services

Our Location

128 Lilly Road NE, Ste 125 Olympia, WA 98506

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Olympia Prosthodontics & Cosmetic Dentistry


7:30 am-4:30 pm


7:30 am-4:30 pm


7:30 am-4:30 pm


7:30 am-4:30 pm








  • Dr. Robert Stover
    Board Certified Prosthodontist

    Dr. Stover received his DDS from Northwestern University Dental School in 2000. He holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Texas in Prosthodontics for his research on cell interactions with implant surfaces, and has lectured both nationally and internationally. He has published a thesis at the University of Texas, as well as articles in the Journal of Periodontology and the International Journal of Dental Research and is Board Certified by the American Board of Prosthodontics. Prosthodontics is the dental specialty that combines the highest level of comprehensive training available in dentistry.


Let us know how we did, and see what our other patients have been saying.

  • "My wife and I have been cared for my Dr Stover since he started his Olympia practice; and I can’t imagine seeing another dentist. He and his staff are the absolute best. I feel like I have a world class dental team. Skilled, caring, funny."
    Chuck P.
  • "Dr. Stover and his team are absolutely amazing. They go above and beyond. Very personalized and professional experience. Finished implant process today and very happy with results. They’re true professionals and care about their patients."
  • "That is one group of AMAZING people! They care about my smile just as much as I do! Dr. Stover is kind and EXCELLENT at what he does! Thank you for giving my smile back!!!"
  • "This is the best dentist office I have been too. For me I have special medical needs and the staff are so accommodating and fantastic people. It is such a joy for me to be apart of."
  • "Dr. Stover is very competent and patient, and takes time to make sure you're comfortable. His staff is friendly and helpful. He did a great job and we're very happy with it."
  • "Can't say enough good things about Dr. Stover and his crew. Today was such a breeze with Angela cleaning my teeth. I used to be so stressed at the dentist. So blessed I found this team that makes me feel so comfortable!"

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