Dr. Daniel Buser
Swiss Oral Surgeon
Dr. Daniel Buser is Professor and Chairman at the Department of Oral Surgery at the University of Bern in Switzerland since 2000. He spent several sabbaticals at Harvard University in Boston (1989-91), at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas (1995), and at the University of Melbourne (2007/08). In 2016, he spends another 6-month sabbatical at Harvard School of Dental Medicine for various projects.
He served as President of various academic associations including the European Association for Osseointegration (EAO) in 1996/97, the Swiss Society of Oral Implantology (SSOI) in 1999-2002, the Swiss Society of Oral Surgery and Stomatology (SSOS) in 2002-07. He was also President of the ITI (2009-13), the world’s largest association in the field of implant dentistry.
He received several scientific awards by professional organizations such as the ITI, the AO, the AAP and the AAOMS. Recently, he was honored with an Honorary Professorship by the University of Buenos Aires (2011), the Brånemark Osseointegration Award by the Osseointegration Foundation in the USA (2013), an Honorary Doctorate by the University of Szeged in Hungary (2014), and the Jerome and Dorothy Schweitzer Research Award by the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics (GNYAP) in New York (2015).
His main research areas are in surface technology, long-term stability of dental implants, tissue regeneration around dental implants, and Guided Bone Regeneration. He has authored and co-authored more than 350 publications, which are highly cited, and several text books including two GBR books and several ITI Treatment Guides. He widely lectures at national and international conferences.