Dr. Suher has dedicated more than 40 years to providing quality dentistry for adults and children. He started his education in 1957 at Boston University and continued in 1961 at Case-Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he earned his degree in dentistry. Following graduation, Dr. Suher served two years in the United States Army with the rank of captain at Brooke Army Medical Center in Fort Hood, Texas. In 1972, Dr. Suher became President of the Eastern Suburban Dental Society. Adding to his education in 1983, Dr. Suher attended the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Dental Medicine with courses in periodontal surgery. He also took several implant courses in 1987 at Midwest Implant Institute. Dr. Suher additionally studied under renowned educators such as Dr. Dawson, Dr. Filestre, Dr. Wheatres and Dr. Wahl. He learned the most modern techniques in dentistry such as less stressful and more rapid completion of root canals. Dr. Suher was also an educator himself for 14 years as an associate professor for the University of Pittsburgh for the School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Suher is happily married to his wife Annette with whom he has three children, Jeff and Greg, both practicing attorneys in the Pittsburgh area, and Lauren, a full time mom of four who lives in Minneapolis. Besides his love of golf, Dr. Suher adores spending time with his grandchildren every chance he gets.