Dr. Sheldon L. Peck grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada; Mesa, Arizona; and Newton, Utah. He graduated from Utah State University, and while there, met and married his wife, Angie. Following his undergraduate training, he attended The Ohio State University School of Dentistry, where he graduated at the top of his class with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery.
While at Ohio State, Dr. Peck was awarded the Callahan Memorial Award, the Basch Memorial Scholarship, the Russell Award, and the William S. Kramer Award for his excellence in academics and in the field of dentistry.
After dental school, Dr. Peck attended the University of Washington where he completed a general practice hospital residency, furthering his training in dental emergencies, pediatric care, anesthesia, and oral surgery. He then continued his residency training in orthodontics at Virginia Commonwealth University where he received his Master of Science degree and certificate as a specialist in orthodontics.
Dr. Peck is currently a member of the American Association of Orthodontics, the Rocky Mountain Society of Orthodontics, the American Dental Association, and the Utah Association of Orthodontists. In giving back to his community, he works with many of the youth in the community and sponsors the Sheldon L. and Angela A. Peck Health Science Scholarship Award for local high schools.
He and his wife have three sons and a daughter: Cameron, Austin, Brayden, and Brynnley. In his spare time, he enjoys biking, swimming, and tennis.