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Daryl J. Peak, DMD Looks Forward to Helping Patients Every Day

Dr. Daryl J. Peak, DMD | Edgewood Dental Care - Edgewood, KY Dentist Read Transcript

When he was growing up in Louisville, Dr. Daryl Peak looked forward to visiting his childhood dentist, and he dreamed of becoming a dentist himself. Today, he is living that dream as a member of our team … and he still looks forward to going to the dental office every day.

Dr. Peak realizes that most people are more anxious about dental care than he was. Because of that, he takes the time to understand his patients’ personal concerns and needs. By doing this, he’s able to develop a treatment program that works for each individual. His goal is to make everyone who visits Edgewood Dental Care feel comfortable and confident about the care they receive.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in biology from Spalding University, Dr. Peak earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of Louisville. He then completed a one-year general practice residency at the University of Louisville Hospital.

It would also be fair to say that his education has never ended. He is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest research and technology in dentistry. To do this, he attends continuing education courses frequently to learn new techniques and procedures. He also applies the knowledge he gains to keep improving the care he provides.

 

Outside of work, there’s a good chance that Dr. Peak is cheering on the Louisville Cardinals’ basketball and football teams. He lives in Highland Heights with his wife, Tara. They enjoy camping, fishing, rooting for the Bengals and Reds, snow skiing, and traveling.

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