Dr.Tyler Serres

Dr. Tyler SerresDr. Serres grew up in Mechanicsburg, PA. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Cell and Molecular Biology from West Chester University, with a minor in chemistry. Dr. Serres then moved to Baltimore, MD, where he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry.

He graduated among the top of his class and was inducted into both the Gorgas Odontological Honor Society and Gamma Pi Delta Prosthodontic Honor Society. Dr. Serres was awarded the Alpha Omega award for outstanding academic achievement and a commitment to providing dental care to the local community. Additionally, he received the Harry E. Kelsey Award, awarded by the University of Maryland School of Dentistry Orthodontics Department in recognition of intangible qualities such as idealism, patience, kindness, and related attributes.

Dr. Serres then pursued specialized training at the University of Florida College of Dentistry, where he obtained his Certificate in Orthodontics and a Master of Science in Dental Sciences. While obtaining his orthodontics certificate, Dr. Serres was chosen by the department to serve as the Chief Resident.

Following residency, Dr. Serres and his wife, Amber, were excited to return home to Pennsylvania. They cherish spending time with each other and their two black cats, whom they rescued as kittens from the streets of Baltimore and Gainesville. Outside of the orthodontic clinic, you can find Dr. Serres either at the golf course or playing guitar. He is a skilled golfer, having competed in tournaments since he was a child and eventually going on to compete as a member of the West Chester University men’s varsity golf team during his undergraduate studies. During the colder months, Dr. Serres loves to play guitar. He and his dental school classmates played as a band at various battle of the bands, school picnics, and graduation events.

Fun fact: Dr. Lee was Amber’s orthodontist, and it is worth noting that Amber won the superlative “Best Smile” in high school.

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