I wanted to be a physician for a long time, and decided in undergrad to ... I grew up in a dental office. I was familiar with it. My mom never pushed me to be a dentist, so I never felt that pressure. She kind of let me decide my own path, but I was familiar with it, I was comfortable with it. It was something I started getting more involved in, working in the practice in late high school, all throughout college. And I just enjoyed doing it and enjoyed working with my hands, interacting with patients, with team members. There's been a lot of rewarding aspects this year as we've navigated through this pandemic, and fear has been on the forefront of people's minds and just helping people alleviate that fear – and not just patients but team members as well, working together to do what's best for each other, to do what's best for our patients, what's best for the community. And just seeing those things come to play. It's been very rewarding to watch that and see the growth and development of the whole team.
We've always prided ourself as a practice on being at the forefront of the latest and greatest technology methods, things like that. So continuing education has always been an important aspect and value for the entire team. It's been difficult to do that this year, just having to do things virtually, but we've maintained that as best we can with virtual seminars, Zoom conferences, things like that, keeping all of our doctors up to speed with developments in dentistry so we can do what's best for our patients. We regularly meet as a team of doctors once a month, we regularly meet as teams in offices once a week to keep everyone on the same page and talk about the latest advancements.
Dr. Ryan J. Golibersuch is a native of Lexington, KY. He graduated from Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, where he played men’s soccer, and then went on to receive both his bachelor’s in biology and his DMD from the University of Kentucky.
Dr. Golibersuch is very passionate about continuing dental education and staying current on the newest techniques and technology to best serve his patients. He has taken particular interest in CEREC CAD/CAM and 3D cone beam technology, which allows some patients to be treated in a single appointment for procedures that would have taken multiple visits in the past. He also is trained in IV sedation to better help patients feel more comfortable during long or complicated procedures.
Dr. Golibersuch is a Preferred Provider of Invisalign. He has affiliations with the American Dental Association, Kentucky Dental Association, Bluegrass Dental Society, International Dental Implant Association, and Fastbraces®. He is pursuing a Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Golibersuch is also a mentor for cerecdoctors.com and a trainer for CEREC in the state of Kentucky.
Outside the office, Dr. Golibersuch spends his time with his wife, Hannah, their sons, Luke and Brooks, and their two Labrador retrievers. He also enjoys golfing, watching UK sports, and enjoying the best that Central Kentucky has to offer.