Richard F. Gobbie DMD, MDS
A Pittsburgh native and graduate of Belle Vernon Area High School, Dr. Gobbie obtained a B.S. Degree at the University of Notre Dame. His dental training was at the University of Pittsburgh where he was awarded his Doctorate in Dental Medicine in 1984. In addition, Dr. Gobbie completed a three-year Orthodontic residency at the University of Pittsburgh in 1987. During his residency, Dr. Gobbie was on the teaching staff of the Orthodontic Department, coordinated the department's Dento-Facial Abnormality Clinic, and completed the requirements necessary to obtain a Masters Degree in Dental Science.
Dr. Gobbie has been in the exclusive, private practice of Orthodontics in the Pittsburgh area since 1988. His particular interests in the field include early intervention in young children to correct developmental problems, adult Orthodontics, and correction of severe and complex dento-facial problems using a combination of orthodontics and surgery.
George Deme DMD, MDS
Dr. George Deme shared his adolescent years between the United States and Greece. His father, Mike Deme MD, DMD, MDS, PhD and former professor and graduate from the University of Pittsburgh Department of Orthodontics, sparked his interest in the field.
Hence, in 1986, Dr. George Deme received his B.S in Neurobiology from the University of Pittsburgh and was awarded early admittance to the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. Upon receiving his DMD in 1990, he went into private practice in Pittsburgh and Boston and in 1995 completed his orthodontic training and Masters of Dental Science in Oral Biology at Boston University.
Between 1995 and 2013 Dr. Deme owned and operated his own private orthodontic practice in Athens, Greece.
Dr. Deme has always approached orthodontics one case at a time. With his experience and the feedback of his team of dental specialists when he deems necessary, he consistently delivers smiles that change lives.
Being an avid cinephile, in his free time, Dr. Deme enjoys watching films with his wife Patty and son Stevie, or catching a quick workout at the gym.