Meet Dr. Deese

Dr. Daniel Deese feels fortunate to have a career that enables him to provide for his family and care for those around him in a community that he loves.  Dentistry provides the perfect marriage of science, art, and technical proficiency, which plays perfectly into Dr. Deese’s interests and strengths! For him, there is nothing better than seeing his patients smile. Dr. Deese on Google+


Born in Mobile and raised in Fairhope, AL, Dr. Deese attended Christ the King Grade School and went on to graduate from Fairhope High School in 1992 with honors. As a freshman at Auburn University, Dr. Deese became a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity and proceeded to earn his bachelor’s degree in zoology in 1996, graduating cum laude. In 2001, he received his doctorate of dental medicine from the University of Alabama School of Dentistry.

Continuing education

Every year, Dr. Deese participates in courses that help him stay abreast of the latest developments in his field so his patients continue to receive the best care possible. In 2010, Dr. Deese completed the GHSU/AAID Maxi-Course® Comprehensive Training Program in Implant Dentistry through the Georgia Health Sciences University, in conjunction with the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.

In June 2013, he was awarded his fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry at their annual meeting in Nashville. In March 2015, Dr. Deese became a fellow with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI).

Professional affiliations

Outside the office

Dr. Deese currently resides less than a mile from his childhood home in the charming community of Montrose, nestled between Daphne and Fairhope. He and his wife Jessica have four children, Ollie, Thompson, Greta and Henry.  Their domestic brood also includes a cat named Roxy, and a dog named Delta. Dr. Deese’s free time is mostly spent outdoors where he enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family.

Dr. Deese generously donates to numerous community civic and religious organizations.  Learn more on our Community Service page!

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