Meet Dr. Sean Reed
Dr. Reed grew up in Chicago, IL and Denver, CO. He went to Brigham Young University where he earned his undergraduate degree, then completed his dental degree at New York University. He and his family moved to Prescott, AZ in 2012. Of all the communities in which they have lived over the years, Dr. Reed says that Prescott is his favorite. They love the small town community and great outdoor opportunities that Prescott has to offer.
The Professional Side
Upon completing his dental school training, Dr. Reed was recognized for his exceptional clinical skillset among dental school graduates by being presented the Robert DiTolla Award. He then continued to pursue more advanced training at the University of Utah Hospital where he completed a 1-year general practice residency. He entered private practice in 2012 where he has continued to seek extensive continuing education on a variety of topics, most especially oral surgery and implant dentistry. In his ongoing training, Dr. Reed continues to learn how integral oral health is to one’s overall health and aspires to improve his patients’ lives as a whole through exceptional dentistry. Every year Dr. Reed loves to participate in a number of opportunities to donate his time and training to our military vets and others in need in our community and abroad.
The Personal Side
Dr. Reed and his wife, Shannon, have six young kids at home. This keeps them always on the go with soccer, basketball, gymnastics, theater, and the various activities in which their kids participate. They are very active in their church. Through it and Horizon Dental Group they enjoy serving and giving back to our wonderful community. When she’s not with their children, Shannon loves fitness instructing and personal training. Dr. Reed loves the outdoors and Prescott is perfectly situated for enjoying them. He is often out riding or running the local trails. In recent years he has discovered and fallen in love with ultratrail running.
Dr. Reed is fluent in Spanish. He learned Spanish upon serving a 2-year mission for his
church. He has run numerous marathons and ultramarathons of up to 105 miles. He hopes to one day run the Boston Marathon and to compete in a particular ultratrail race in Europe. Dr. Reed and his wife have 3 boys and 3 girls, the youngest of which came as recently as Sep. 2020.