Jeffrey W. Fisk, DMD
Through orthodontics, I have the opportunity to help people in my community attain beautiful smiles and live healthier, happier lives. I am truly honored to be an orthodontist, and always strive to give each patient the personal attention and quality treatment they deserve. I also take the time to teach each patient how to properly care for their teeth so their beautiful new smiles can last a lifetime.
Education and Continuing Education
Prior to becoming an orthodontist, I attended Murray State University and continued on to the University of Kentucky Dental School, where I graduated with my DMD. Afterwards, I earned my Orthodontic Specialty License from the University of Louisville.
Although my formal education is complete, I view my profession as a lifelong learning process. I love continuing to learn about orthodontics and enjoy incorporating what I learn into our practice, giving our patients the best care available. I attend seminars put on by the Kentucky Dental Association and the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) every year to stay involved with the latest research, technology and treatment advances. The AAO is the largest meeting of its kind in the world, and I always learn a lot from the meeting and from my colleagues.
- Kentucky Association of Orthodontists
- Southern Association of Orthodontists
- American Association of Orthodontists
- Southeastern Ky. Dental Society
- Kentucky Dental Association
- American Dental Association
- Omicron Kappa Upsilon, a Dental Honor Society
In the Practice
The best part of what I do is simply spending time with my patients. Building attractive and healthy smiles for them often results in a stronger self-esteem and more confidence, and that is the most rewarding aspect of what I do. My patients smile more after treatment, and are happier people because of it. That always makes my day!
I know that my patients come in looking for a better smile, but they also want a comfortable, positive orthodontic experience. My staff and I take the time to connect personally with each patient, and want to know how we can make each visit comfortable and fun for them. Our patients really appreciate the personal attention we give, and they love coming to see us!
Family and Community
I grew up in Calvert City, and have lived in Somerset since 2001. I have three children named Hannah, Jack and Jared. When I am not in the office, I enjoy boating, camping, hunting, fishing, and of course spending time with my wonderful family.
I am also quite active in the community. Our practice has contributed to Relay for Life, God’s Food Pantry, March of Dimes and the Special Olympics. We also continually provide support for our local school systems and sports.