A 1993 graduate of the University Of Maryland Dental School, Dr. Pat Ousborne practiced general dentistry with Ousborne & Keller from 1993 to 1995. He then completed two years of advanced specialized training at the University Of Florida College Of Dentistry in Prosthodontics which included fixed, removable, implant and maxillofacial prostheses. Dr. Pat Ousborne also completed dental research in bonding techniques at the University of Florida. From 1997 to 1999, he practiced Prosthodontics with an emphasis on cosmetic dentistry in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, before rejoining Ousborne and Keller in 1999.
Currently, he maintains membership in the American College of Prosthodontists , the Southeastern Academy of Prosthodontics, the Pierre Fauchard Academy , the American Academy of Dental Practice Administration , International College of Dentists , The Baltimore Association of Dental Surgeons (the oldest dental study club in the world) the American Dental Association , the Maryland State Dental Association , and the Baltimore County Dental Association, of which he is a Past President. In 2004, he received an honorary award for Outstanding Services to the Maryland State Dental Association .
Dr. Pat Ousborne has been a member of the Dean’s Faculty at the University of Maryland Dental School. He also maintains hospital privileges at The University of Maryland St. Joseph’s Medical Center of Towson, Maryland. He has worked with otolaryngologists at Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) and GBMC to provide maxillofacial prosthodontic care for head and neck cancer patients.
Dr. Pat Ousborne has been featured in Baltimore Magazine’s “Baltimore’s Best Prosthodontists” for many consecutive years. He was voted by his peers to be the Prosthodontist they would most likely refer to for specialized care.
Dr. Ousborne, his wife Esther, his son Luke and their cat Amber live in Reisterstown. His hobbies include boating, navigation, travel, running and fitness. He enjoys spending time with his family and attending his son’s school and sports activities.