Roger D. Robinson, DMD
Dr. Roger D. Robinson attended the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida, where upon graduation in 1986 he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Technology. Roger then entered the United States Air Force as a Second Lieutenant where he spent the next six years of service as a Software Engineer developing C3 (Communications, Command and Control) systems. He then entered the civilian arena participating in the development of satellite imaging and flight control software for several commercial and military programs.
Feeling a deep inner calling to endeavor into the health professions, Roger began a career transition that led him to the University of Kentucky, College of Dentistry in Lexington, Kentucky from 1999 to 2003. Upon graduation at the top of his dental school class, he received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree in May 2003.
Dr. Robinson then began his specialty training in Periodontology at Kentucky, where he completed his Masters’ in Science and Certificate in Periodontology in June 2006. Dr. Robinson served as Chief Resident of Periodontology during his third year of residency. He has an indepth knowledge of regenerative surgical techniques which include hard and soft tissue grafting techniques for implant site development. Furthermore, Dr. Robinson is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.
He has membership in the following organizations: American Academy of Periodontology, Florida Association of Periodontists, Academy of Osseointegration, American Dental Association, Florida Dental Association, Northeast District Dental Association (Past President 2014-2015) and the Jacksonville Dental Society. Dr. Robinson also currently serves as Chairman of the River City Forum Study Club for a local group of dentists in the greater Jacksonville area.
Dr. Robinson enjoys kyaking, diving, flying, and traveling during his free time. He and his wife Laurie are proud parents of Christopher and Sarah.