Hello, I’m Dr. Corry Timpson. I was born & raised in a small town in Utah, Spanish Fork. After graduation from Spanish Fork High School, I attended Utah State University in Logan, Utah. I interrupted my undergraduate education for two years to serve a mission for my church in the Netherlands, Amsterdam Mission. Following my return, I completed my studies at USU and received my Bachelor of Science in 1985, in Pre-Dental Biology. That fall I entered Dental School and graduated with the Class of 1989 from the University Of Southern California School Of Dentistry.
While at USC in Dental School, I was given what I would say was the best dental education one could receive. I was able to serve as a preclinical Teacher assistant in the restorative classes for the underclassmen. I was selected to a focused study group, where I was able to study at the feet of real pioneers in Rehabilitative Dentistry, and gained greater clinical experience in highly advanced dental cases.
When the time came to graduate in 1989, I was honored with being inducted into Omicron Kappa Upsilon (the Honorary Dental Society), having graduated in the top 10% of my class, (#6 of 120). Thanks to my brilliant professors and mentors, and from my outstanding clinical experiences, I was given two special awards at graduation. I was given the Excellence in Prosthodontics Senior Award bestowed by the California Section of the American College of Prosthodontists. This award is given for restorative and rehabilitative dentistry. Secondly, I was also awarded by the USC School of Dentistry the Charles S. Pincus Award for excellence in Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentistry.
Following Graduation, I was flattered to be asked by one of my Professors to join him in his practice in Santa Monica, California. While practicing in California, I was able to stay involved at the USC Dental School by working one day per week as a pre-clinical instructor, teaching the student’s operative and restorative dentistry before they began treating patients. I was able to continue teaching until I joined Dr. Nisson at Warm Springs Dental and moved my family to Henderson, NV in 1994.
Moving to Henderson has been one of the smartest decisions I could have made. Raising our children, Natalie, Cameron, and Alyssa, my wife and I have been greatly blessed by this community. Having our children attend and graduate from our Henderson Schools has been outstanding. I have also been privileged to be active in my local church and served as an assistant Scoutmaster in our local Boy Scouts Troop, having achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Highlighting it all has been practicing in our two offices with my best friends, Dr. Nisson and Dr. Newton. We have been able to surround ourselves with the greatest and most caring dental team, thus providing outstanding and professional treatment to the wonderful people who call this community home.