Dr. Daniel C. Delrose, DDS
Dr. Delrose is a graduate of Case Western Reserve School of Dentistry, he then finished a Fellowship in Prosthetics before joining the U.S. Navy. His last duty in the Navy was as the branch Prosthodontist. He joined North River Dental, a private dental practice in Ellenton, in 1997. In 2017, he received his Fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantology.
Since 1997, he helped developed a Case Presentation Module for Kodak SoftDent; been a Beta Testers for Dexis, Dentsply, Kodak, and Trophy. He has been published in J.A.D.A. and Dental Economics. Dr. Delrose has produced a training video in conjunction with Knight Dental Group in Clearwater Florida, he was a spotlight speaker at the 2006 Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and in 2008 lectured at the Academy of CAD/CAM Dentistry. Dr. Delrose is a board member of the Academy of CAD/CAM Dentistry and the North American Editor for the International Journal of Computerized Dentistry. Has been featured on Good Morning America speaking about Invisalign and is seen locally every month on Studio 10, a local C.B.S. affiliate program here in Tampa. Dr. Delrose is a Certified Trainer for the International Society of Computerized Dentistry and is an Advance Trainer for Patterson Dental and Sirona. He trains other dentists for the Institute of Computerized Dentistry in Ellenton, Florida. Dr. Delrose is a member of the ADA, FDA, WCDA, MDA, AACD, FACD, ISCD, CAI, and the ACCD (Academy of CAD/CAM Dentistry), which he was a past president. He is also a Key Opinion Leader for Carestream Dental. Dr. Delrose also practices four days a week at his private practice in Ellenton, and faces the same challenges in dentistry, but solves them with technology expected from an office in New York or Miami.
Dr. Delrose has two children, his daughter graduated from the University of Alabama, and his son recently received his Masters in Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Tech. Dr. Delrose is an avid sailor, a licensed USCG Captain, and still has been married for over 28 years.