For Dr. Robert Borer, being a healthcare professional is both a privilege and a responsibility. He is grateful to have the skills to alleviate his patients’ fears and pain and restore them to health and happiness. He appreciates the opportunity he has to affect his patients’ lives in such a positive manner.
Dr. Borer grew up in Western New York State and graduated cum laude from Clarion University of Pennsylvania earning a Baccalaureate of Science degree in Biology. He went on to graduate school at the University of Florida, earning a Master of Science degree specializing in Environmental Engineering Sciences. In 2001, Dr. Borer graduated from the University of Florida, earning his Doctorate of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) with research honors and his Certificate in Endodontics in 2004.
Dr. Borer’s specialty training focused exclusively on non-surgical root canals, non-surgical re-treatments of previous root canals, root surgery (apicos), trauma, and management of medically compromised patients.
Dr. Borer is involved with Spear Education, the Daytona Beach Dental Study Club (the oldest study club in the country), Volusia Dental Academy, and is a part-time faculty member of the University of Florida College of Dentistry Department of Endodontics. He is affiliated with many community associations, including the following:
- American Dental Association
- Florida Dental Association
- Central Florida Dental Association
- Volusia-Flagler Dental Association (Past President)
- American Association of Endodontists
- Give Kids a Smile
- Florida’s Mission of Mercy Dental Program
Dr. Borer resides in Ormond Beach with his wife of 24 years, Kerry. They have two amazing children, Christian and Grace. When not at work, Dr. Borer’s hobbies are beekeeping, home brewing, and traveling. He has been a Reader of the Word at his parish for eight years and was a youth ministry leader for seven years. The family enjoys taking hiking trips, with their greatest achievement being the Camino De Santiago, a 500-mile pilgrimage from the French Pyrenees across northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain.