Dr. Gabriel Sader was born in Houston, Texas. He grew up In Caracas, Venezuela where he lived for 21 years. At the age of 18, he decided to become a Dentist, he pursued his dream and graduated as a Dentist (DDS) in 2005 at Universidad Santa Maria, Venezuela.
After he worked for private practice in Venezuela for some years, he decided to expand his knowledge in the dental field, since his main area of interest was learning on how to restore big dental cases, he decided he wanted to become a Prosthodontist.
In 2007, he moved back to Houston, Texas, where he was born, to pursuit his dream and applied for a program. Dr. Sader was accepted in a Prosthodontics Preceptorship program at University of Texas - Health Science Center, Houston TX in 2008. The preceptorship program is a one year didactic, clinical and laboratory experience in fixed, removable and implant Prosthodontics, interacting with patients; making diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues.
In 2012, another opportunity came up, Dr. Sader was accepted in the Prosthodontic Postgraduate program at Nova Southeastern University, Florida. He spent the next 3 years as a resident in the program, graduating in 2015 as a specialist in Prosthodontics. A prosthodontist requires an additional three years of training beyond a general dentist, and is specialized in the restoration and replacement of teeth.
Dr. Sader and his wife Maria have a beautiful daughter named Camila Isabel, and when his not practicing dentistry, he likes to spent time with his family, go fishing and playing baseball.
Dr. Sader is a huge fan of the Houston Astros and the Texans.
Dr. Sader is fluent in English and Spanish.