Breck Leach, DMD

Dr. Breck Leach grew up in Page, Arizona, as the second youngest of 10 children. He originally found his way to North Dakota as a truck driver in the oilfields out west and decided to return because the people were friendly and there was a need for dentists. Dr. Leach achieved a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry at Dixie State University (now formally named Utah Tech University) before graduating in 2019 from the University of Louisville School of Dental Medicine. He has been practicing dentistry in Jamestown, North Dakota, since July 2021 and strives to complete around 30 hours of continuing education courses each year to treat his patients with the latest dental knowledge. His goal is to become a one-stop dental shop and to add dental implants to his list of services. He also hopes to incorporate sedation dentistry for dentally anxious patients to help them feel more comfortable. He is a member of the American Dental Association®, the North Dakota Dental Association and the Central Dakota District Dental Association.

Dr. Breck Leach married his wife, who was also his biology lab partner, in 2013. They have two sons and a yellow lab named Kola. Dr. Leach generally likes the outdoors. He often went camping in the mountains while growing up, where he hunted and fished. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he got into biking and recently discovered a passion for running. He just finished his first mud run and hopes to continue that. He also enjoys watching and attending local college sports teams, mainly hockey and football.