Periodontist – Dr Daniel Buser
Daniel Buser has made significant strides in periodontology. His dedication has inspired many dentists and researchers in today’s dental community. Buser serves as Professor and Chairman for Oral Surgery at University of Bern in Switzerland.
He is widely published both nationally and internationally in various journals and serves on multiple editorial boards.
Early Life and Education
Lois Carolyn Korfmacher of Warren passed peacefully away peacefully early December 14th 2020 in her sleep. She leaves behind two of her three children from Indianapolis: Sherryl Haines and Doreen Petrovitch as well as four grandchildren: Sara Hannah Ben Daniel as well as one great-grandchild. Additionally she was the daughter of Daniel Buser (deceased).
Prof. Buser recently retired after 20 years as head of Oral Surgery and Stomatology at the University of Bern. During this time he conducted research at Harvard (1989-91) Baylor College of Dentistry Dallas (1995) and University of Melbourne Australia; publishing over 350 publications himself – earning awards such as Schroeder Research Prize (1995), Daniel Laskin Award (1996) and Branemark Osseointegration Award (2013) among many more.
Daniel Buser is one of the pioneers of the GBR technique and one of the most experienced implant surgeons, having completed over 35 years of surgical experience. Additionally, he invented micro-rough implant surfaces and ITI procedure and serves as Professor and Chairman of Oral Surgery at University of Bern in Switzerland since 2000, in addition to various sabbaticals at Harvard and Baylor College of Dentistry Dallas.
He has become a valued mentor to countless young clinicians and researchers, known for his multidisciplinary dedication in research, clinical practice and didactic dedication to periodontology. To commemorate his legacy, the Academy of Periodontology created the Daniel Buser Scholarship with a prize pool of $10,000; awarded annually to developing academicians conducting clinical and translational implantology research.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Buser has served as Professor and Chairman of Oral Surgery and Stomatology at the University of Bern since 2000. During this time he has held academic sabbaticals at Harvard University in Boston, Baylor College of Dentistry Dallas and Melbourne Universities.
Last season, he appeared in 15 contests for Manhattan and made four starts, collecting 10 ground balls on the year. In a win against Sacred Heart he recorded both ground ball and turnover while adding another ground ball against Siena during the MAAC Championship Game (May 3).
Prior to Manhattan, he helped CBA-Albany win two Big Ten championships while being named to the second-team All-Academic Team by MAAC. Furthermore, he earned MAAC All-Academic Team honors as well. Additionally, he joined National Honor Society.
After twenty years as Director of Oral Surgery and Stomatology at the University of Bern, Prof. Daniel Buser will soon be retiring. To commemorate this achievement, his School of Dental Medicine hosted a symposium which showcased both his clinical-scientific knowledge as well as didactic dedication.
He is one of the most experienced international implant surgeons and regularly presents at national and international conferences. Additionally, he belongs to both the American Academy of Periodontology and International Team for Implantology as members.
He married Minnie Buser (nee Zinnel) prior to 1942 and they had one child together. They lived in Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15905 until his death at age 83 on month day 1969 in Johnstown burial place; at this time he had also chosen Christianity; specifically evangelical Protestantism as his faith of choice.
Mr. Buser serves on Neuberger Berman’s Co-Investment, Northbound, and Private Investment Portfolio committees and has written its quarterly newsletter for over 20 years. In addition, he is President of Buffalo Small Mid and Growth funds as well as PM of several high net worth separate accounts and is part of their equity research team. Before joining Neuberger Berman in 1999 he practiced tax law at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld where his specialty areas included international taxation, partnership negotiation, complex capital structures as well as domestic taxation law.