Dr. Rosser has been practicing General Dentistry for over 25 years
in Missoula, Montana. He attained his Doctorate of Dental Surgery
from the University of Illinois in 1979 and honed his skills after graduation working for the Indian Health Service in North Dakota and Alaska. At the conclusion of his service appointment, he completed a one year residency in advanced education at the University of Connecticut specializing in the latest techniques in dental implants, oral cancer treatment and cosmetic restorative procedures. Dr. Rosser continues to attend post graduate courses with additional emphasis in the treatment of TMJ (jaw) disorders, facial pain, occlusal (bite) problems and implant prosthetics. He is a charter member of the prestigious Piper McKee Study Club specializing in the advancement and treatment of TMJ disorders in relation to head, neck and facial pain and trained extensively at the Piper Education & Research Center. www.pipererc.com/
Dr. Rosser defines his dental practice as one "Dedicated to Excellence." His practical hands-on approach optimizes oral health through patient education, ongoing support and a professional commitment to achieve the best results possible. His communication style is definitive; engaging his patients in comfortable dialogue to discuss their needs, concerns and options for the treatment needed. Dr. Rosser's well trained and friendly staff complimented by state of the art technology and clinical excellence creates his distinctive practice.
Dr Rosser resides in Missoula with his wife Alice. Both are avid hikers and explorers, spending their free time under the "Big Sky" amidst the mountains and rivers throughout the Northwest. Loyal to a fault, they are dictated fans of all Montana sport teams but rank the University of Montana Grizzly's at the top of their list. Involved in numerous volunteer and charitable endeavors, they recognize the importance of community involvement and are vested in keeping their area of the state rich in cultural diversity and abundant in wilderness areas.