About Dr. Huber
A Toronto native, Dr. Huber earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1992 from Northwestern University Dental School in Chicago where he received a Dean Commendation in both 1990 and 1991. From 1993 to 1994, he completed a General Practice Residency at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo.
Following completion of his dental degree, Dr. Huber pursued advanced training in periodontics and dental implants at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Milwaukee . He also earned a Masters degree in Science at Marquette University of Dentistry in Milwaukee with an Academic Merit Scholarship. In 1997, Dr. Huber traveled to Vermont and begin his private practice as a part of Champlain Periodontal.
Passionate about education, Dr. Huber has presented many lectures to his peers showcasing his expertise in dental implants and periodontics. Dr. Huber frequently lectures on a variety of surgical topics at dental meetings, to dental societies, hygienist societies and dental study clubs.
About the Practice
Dr. Huber and his staff are committed to providing the highest standards of care and want to assure patients that they will be treated with respect and honesty at each visit. He believes each patient is unique and will take the time to personalize your care. Dental Implants are a large part of his practice and he believes they are the optimum choice for patients with missing teeth.
Your Initial Consultation
Many times patients have the most anxiety concerning their initial appointment. We work hard to minimize your fears. The initial visit is our opportunity to get to know you and your oral health needs. The most important information we gather at the initial visit is an understanding of your desires for your smile and a treatment plan that restores the function of your teeth.
At this visit you can expect a complete assessment of your periodontal health and x-rays will be taken. We review the treatment options available and the implant process will be described in detail.
You will also have an opportunity to meet with an Implant Treatment Coordinator who will keep you up-to-date on your appointments and will communicate with your General Dentist on the progress of your treatment.