Dr. Gabrielle (Gabby) Lieberman-Sutton was born and raised in New York. She ventured out on her journey knowing she wanted to have an impact on children’s health. Dr. Gabby strives to make the dentist visit an enjoyable experience to have a positive life-long impact on the child’s oral and general health. Her goal is to provide the highest level of dental care in a gentle and compassionate manner to all her patients.
Dr. Gabby earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Ithaca College. She then received a Master’s in Biomedical Science with a concentration in Oral Biology at Rutgers Graduate School of Biomedical Science to segue into her Doctorate of Medicine in Dentistry from Tufts University of Dental Medicine. In her fourth year, she was elected Co-General Manager of Tufts Give Kids A Smile Program to provide a day of free dental treatment along with oral health education to disadvantaged children and families across the Boston Area. Upon graduation, she received the Dr. Alfred Osher and Mrs. D. Suzi Osher Scholarship Award for demonstrating exceptionally high standards for personal and work ethics during her enrollment at Tufts and was inducted into Tuft’s Honos Civicus based on her commitment to community service and civic engagement. Afterward, she spent an additional two years of residency training at NYU Langone’s Rhode Island Site in their Advanced Education Program in Pediatric Dentistry. In her second year, she was selected as Chief Resident aiding in communication between her residents, staff, and administration in everyday duties and responsibilities.
When Dr. Gabby isn’t in the office caring for young smiles, she is spending time with her husband cooking, skiing, traveling, and playing with her two French Bulldogs, Maverick and Obi.
Dr. Gabby is excited to begin serving her community and looks forward to welcoming all your bright smiling faces.