Dr Gibson

Dr Gibson


Originally from Mississippi, Dr. Gibson moved to Gulf Breeze in 1985 where he attended all Gulf Breeze Schools and Graduated Salutatorian in 1996.
Dr. Gibson received a Bachelor of Microbiology and Cell Science from the University of Florida in 2000 and graduated from the University of Florida College of Dentistry in 2004. Dr. Gibson then completed a one year Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency Program at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Bay Pines, Florida in 2005.
Member of:
-American Dental Association
-Florida Dental Association
-Academy of General Dentistry
-Seattle Study Club
-EscaRosa Dental Society
-Gulf Breeze Rotary Club
Dr. Gibson returned to his hometown in 2014 with his wife, Kacey and his two boys; Tucker and Sutter. Hobbies include fishing, soccer, watching college football-Florida Gators and Mississippi State Bulldogs, and spending time with his family.
Important Information Regarding COVID-19


We are happy to welcome you back to the office as we reopen under the guidelines surrounding this unprecedented pandemic. Hygiene and safety have always been a priority at our office and we will be taking additional measures to ensure the safety of our patients and staff during this time.  Here are a few of our current in office changes and guidelines:

  1. Any patient experiencing flu-like symptoms or fever, feeling sick or that has been exposed to anyone suspected to have been exposed to COVID-19, please reschedule your appointment and please do not enter the office.
  2. When coming in for an appointment, you will be greeted upon your arrival by one of our staff members at the front door who will take your temperature and ask a few pre-screening questions before bringing you directly to the treatment area.
  3. For your safety and the safety of our other patients, we strongly prefer for anyone accompanying a patient to wait in the car during the exam unless absolutely necessary. Caregivers and guardians assisting patients with special needs are welcome to accompany the patient to the treatment area, but we prefer they wear a facial covering.
  4. For new patients under 18, one parent may accompany the patient into the office. 

Our staff and patients are our family, and we are doing everything we can to keep our family safe.  We thank you for your understanding and patience and look forward to seeing you again very soon!

Dr. Gibson, Dr. Zieman & Dr. Heath