Eric A. Dale
Dr. Eric A. Dale graduated from the UCLA School of Dentistry. He did his residency training at Oregon Health Sciences University. This specialty program provided an additional three years of exclusive training in all aspects of periodontics and the placement of dental implants. Dr. Dale did his undergraduate studies at UCLA, graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychobiology. Dr. Dale has been involved in academics for over 20 years. He has been teaching at Denver Health Hospital since January 2000 where he teaches recent graduates of dental schools from across the country. The program consists of General Practice and Oral Surgery Residents. Besides teaching these Doctors advanced surgical procedures on actual patients, he also presents an extensive lecture series. Topics of these courses include basic sciences (reviews of anatomy, histology, pharmacology, etc…), surgical and restorative techniques of dental implants, advanced periodontal therapies, and esthetics of dental implants. He previously taught at the University of Colorado Dental School and Oregon Health Sciences University.
When he is not helping people battle periodontal disease, Dr. Dale stays active. He plays sand volleyball weekly, runs around Washington Park, and skis the bumps and trees. Chasing after his 2 kids who are 8 and 10 (as of 2018) also requires high energy.