Dr. Daniel D. Gober received a D.D.S. from Stony Brook University in 2010. He studied an additional three years at Nova Southeastern University Department of Periodontology and received his specialty certification in 2013. Dr. Gober was awarded Diplomate status by the American Board of Periodontology and the International Congress of Oral Implantology, achievements which are reserved for leading clinicians in the field.
Dr. Gober has spent his years in private practice focusing on atraumatic approaches to tooth extractions, dental implants, and soft tissue procedures around teeth and implants. He is a recognized LANAP-certified clinician offering a non-surgical approach to the treatment of periodontal disease. Dr. Gober tailors treatment to minimize patient discomfort and shorten treatment time as much as possible while still providing predictable, long-term outcomes. He works closely with referring restorative dentists to formulate comprehensive treatment plans for a variety of patient presentations ranging from single tooth treatment to full mouth rehabilitation. Dr. Gober is also certified in oral and IV conscious sedation helping patients overcome anxiety related to dental care.
Dr. Gober authored numerous articles on the topics of periodontics and implantology in a wide range of peer-reviewed journals. He was the winner of the Geistlich BioBrief competition for a case presentation on the use of “Geistlich Mucograft® for the treatment of multiple adjacent recession defects”. Dr. Gober also served on the Geistlich Fibro-Gide® Expert Council in 2018. He is passionate about continuing education and has lectured extensively to dental colleagues on a wide range of topics related to periodontics and implant dentistry. Dr. Gober has lectured for the Florida Association of Periodontists, Nassau County Dental Society, CDE World, and has served as a guest lecturer at the Nova Southeastern University Department of Periodontology and the New York University Continuing Education Department.
When not treating patients, you can find Dr. Gober enjoying time with his wife and four children, exercising, or teaching religious studies in a local community center.