About Our Office
Dr. Taylor Cook, Dentist
While earning her bachelor’s degree at WVU, Dr. Cook spent time studying abroad in Valencia, Spain, and Sydney, Australia. While obtaining her dental degree she continued to travel during breaks, but spent more time volunteering locally at events offering dental care and exams such as the Mission of Mercy, Give Kids a Smile, and the Special Olympics. She fell in love with the Rocky Mountains during family ski trips when she was a child, and moved to the area from West Virginia. She enjoys pursuing all of the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer while still keeping up with the Mountaineers. She is an active member of the Academy of General Dentistry, Colorado Dental Association and Metro Denver Dental Society.
Michael Berger, Orthodontist
Dr. Michael Berger grew up in Orlando, Florida. He moved to Miami, receiving his bachelor degree in biology. After college, he mon his dental degree at the University of Pennsylvania. After dental school, Dr. Berger stayed at the University of Pennsylvania to complete his residency in Orthodontics. While in residency, Dr. Berger met a fellow dentist, Crystal, who would later become his wife.
Dr. Berger moved back to Orlando, Florida working in an orthodontic practice and staying up to date on the latest orthodontic innovations for 5 years. During that time Dr. Berger and his wife went on a ski trip to Breckenridge and fell in love with Colorado. After several more visits to Colorado they decided to pick up everything and move to Colorado. Dr. Berger enjoys hiking, skiing, being outdoors and going to see live music, especially at Red Rocks.
Hear what some of our patients have said about their visits:
“Dr. Cook was thorough and helpful with her examination! Thank you for a good dentist experience!”
“Dr. Cook took all the time and attention to go over my x-rays to address any concerns.”
“I have had only positive experiences at Kip Dental. Dr. Cook and staff are technically skilled. The entire team is personable and patient comfort is important to them.”