StarImage Dentistry is becoming a major destination for cosmetic and implant dentistry. Our dentists have the same training and technology as dentists in Dallas, and when you combine it with our unparalleled experience and small-town customer service, it’s easy to see why so many people are flocking to Wichita Falls for treatment.

About Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls was founded in 1876, it was named for the Wichita Indians and the low-water river falls that existed there until 1886, when they were washed away by a flood. A falls, with 35,000 gallons [130,000 litres] recirculating per minute, has been recreated as a tourist attraction. After the arrival (1882) of the Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad, it became a cattle centre. With the local discovery of oil and gas fields in the 1900s, the city developed petroleum industries.
Agriculture (cotton, grains, and cattle), based on the surrounding irrigated region, remains an important part of a balanced economy, which includes some manufacturing. Area expansion in the mid‐1930’s brought the Municipal Airport and Hardin Junior College, which later expanded to become Midwestern State University.

How to Get Here

By Plane

Wichita Falls has a regional airport, allowing you to fly in directly via American Eagle Airlines. Flights connect through Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

By Car

From Oklahoma City: Take Interstate 44 West. From Dallas: Take US-287 North. From Vernon: Take US 287 South.

By Bus

Wichita Falls is served by Greyhound Buses.

Where to Stay

Homewood Suites by Hilton

This hotel sits right on Sikes Lake, with convenient access to many of Wichita Falls’ top attractions. It’s even within convenient walking distance of the Wichita Falls Museum of Art. It’s also less than ten minutes from our office..

Holiday Inn Express

Sitting only 5 minutes away from our dental office, this hotel offers its visitors a full breakfast, an on-site business center and an outdoor pool. It is also convenient to many attractions like Lake Wichita Park, Memorial Auditorium and Red River Casino.

Candlewood Suites

This professional chain offers economical accommodations. This hotel has easy access from I-44, and is also less than ten minutes from our office.

Where to Eat

Salt and Pepper Mediterranean Bistro

When residents think fine dining they look no further than this establishment owned by some of the sweetest people in Wichita Falls. Make sure you save room for one of their desserts!

McBride’s Steakhouse

If you are looking for a Texas steakhouse experience, this restaurant offers you a perfectly cooked meal with all the flavor.

Samurai of Tokyo

This hibachi and sushi restaurant offers both great food and great atmosphere. For more than 30 years, this restaurant has been offering not just meals, but a true dining experience to remember.

Pelican’s

Don’t forget to enjoy a glass of wine with a casual dining experience unlike any other in Wichita Falls.They offer a wide selection of seafood favorites and hand cut steaks.

What to Do

Lucy Park

Come for the majesty of the restored falls at Lucy Park, but stay for the duck pond, playgrounds, and miles of trails that make this the leading picnic destination in Wichita Falls.

Castaway Cove Waterpark

This is a fun family destination, with attractions for every mood: a splash park, Lazy River ride, wave pool, and more let spend hours here keeping cool.

Depot Square Historic District

Six full blocks of historic storefronts let you see what life was like in the late 19th and early 20th century. It includes a farmer’s market, numerous antique shops, and dozens of sites where history can come alive.

Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame

Fans of wrestling and kitsch will get a kick out of this larger-than-life collection of memorabilia. With annual inductions into the PWHF, there are exciting events here year-round.