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Paul S. Gamber, Jr., DMD, was recently recognized as one of the “Ten Under 10” by the Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS).

In an effort to highlight the impact that new dentists are having on the dental profession, the MDS Standing Committee on the New Dentist created the Ten Under 10 award program in 2005. To qualify for this recognition, dentists must have graduated from dental school within the past 10 years; be an MDS member; and have made significant contributions to the profession, their community, and/or organized dentistry.

“I am committed to continuing education, so I devote a large amount of time and resources to my continued development and that of my team,” says Dr. Gamber. Dr. Gamber received his dental degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He maintains a practice in Danvers and resides in Wenham.

The Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS) is a 5,000-member professional association and statewide constituent of the American Dental Association. Established in 1864, the MDS is an organization dedicated to improving the oral health of the public in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and also advancing the professional development of its membership through initiatives in education, advocacy, and promotion of the highest professional standards.