Dr. Fisk has always sought to make other people’s lives better, both with his career and through service organizations. For example, he lived in rural Mexico for two years in a humanitarian effort where he learned fluent Spanish. He also has worked in Bolivia with the poor giving them access to free dental care. He has worked with the homeless population for several years in Atlanta through an organization called Jerusalem House as a board member. He aided in HIV Vaccine research in New York City during dental school then continued worked with Emory to raise money for their HIV vaccine trial programs.
Dr. Fisk wants you to achieve your very best smile and make every aspect of your dental care to be at the highest possible level. That’s why Dr. Fisk believes in going above and beyond in his education too. After finishing Dental School at Columbia University, he went on to complete a residency in Philadelphia at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center serving those who served our country. He then completed several hundred hours of Continuing Education to be able to earn his Fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD). Only the top 6% of dentists ever earn this award. This includes advanced cosmetic training to tackle full reconstructive procedures as well as advancing every day dental procedures be of the highest quality.
Dr. Fisk grew up in north Phoenix, Arizona and as a kid loved the outdoors, fitness/athletics, building and learning about computers, and was an Eagle Scout. He values education and service. When he is not working he may be found cycling around beautiful Georgia, camping, competing in a triathlon or obstacle race, or working on some art project at home.