Adam Timock, DDS, MS

Adam Timock, DDS, MS

Dr. Adam Timock was born and raised in the suburbs of Kansas City where he met his wife and high school sweetheart (in sixth grade!). After finishing his undergraduate degree as valedictorian at Lake Forest College in Chicago, he returned to complete his dental degree at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, graduating at the top of his class and becoming their first student to achieve a perfect board score. At Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Timock was awarded his Specialty Certificate in Orthodontics as well as a Masters of Science for his research on three-dimensional imaging. His findings were published in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics–the leading peer-reviewed journal in the field of orthodontics.

At home, Dr. Timock and his wife, Krystl, have been blessed with two energetic young children, Addyson and Cannon, and an equally playful yellow lab, Mowgli. They put down their roots in Fort Collins in 2010, and have been enjoying all the activities and attractions of Northern Colorado ever since. In his free time, Dr. Timock is an optimistic Kansas City Royals fan and enjoys playing sports, homebrewing, and chasing his kids around Old Town.

Memberships (selected):
American Association of Orthodontists
College of Diplomates of the American Board of Orthodontics
American Board of Orthodontics
American Lingual Orthodontic Association
American Dental Association
Colorado Dental Association
Larimer County Dental Society
Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society
International College of Dentists

Awards (selected):
– 5280 Magazine “Top Orthodontist” 2011-Present
– Thomas M. Graber Award of Special Merit, American Association of Orthodontists
– William S. Kramer Award of Excellence, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry
– Speaker, 2011 Annual Session of the American Association of Orthodontists
– Published author, American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Journal of Dental Research

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