Meet Jessica Roeber, DDS
Dr. Roeber was born in Paonia, Colorado, and raised on a small cattle ranch with her 3 siblings. She attended Western State College for 2 years on a basketball scholarship then transferred to the University of Northern Colorado on an academic scholarship, where she finished her degree in cellular biology. She then moved to Denver and attended the University of Colorado for Dental School and was awarded a Health Professionals Scholarship through the United States Army.
Upon graduating from dental school, she was selected for a 1-year AEGD residency at Joint Base Lewis McChord. Following her residency, she served 2-years as a brigade dentist for the 82nd Airborne in North Carolina, where her duties included jumping out of airplanes and setting up remote dental facilities. She then continued her military career by moving overseas for 2 years, where she served as a general dentist in Stuttgart Germany, and enjoyed traveling and immersing herself in European culture.
Dr. Roeber moved back stateside after she was accepted into the United States Army Endodontic Residency program at Fort Bragg, NC. During this time, she earned a certificate in endodontics and a master’s degree in Oral Biology. Upon graduation, she received orders to Ft. Bliss, TX, where she was a key leader in the second largest dental clinic in the Army and assisted in teaching at the 1-year AEGD residency. After 3 years in Texas, Dr. Roeber made the decision to transition out of the military to be with her husband, who also serves in the military, in San Diego.
Dr. Roeber is thrilled to be a provider in the San Diego community. She is committed to providing patient-centered care.
In her free time, Dr. Roeber enjoys spending time with her husband, being outdoors as much as possible, and going back to the family ranch in Colorado.