Originally from a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dr. Staller is a graduate of Villanova University and Temple University School of Dentistry where he graduated with honors. After one year of private practice and being an active staff member at a hospital in Philadelphia, he decided to relocate to Florida in 1982. Dr. Staller is on staff at Delray Medical Center and West Boca Medical Center where he performed the hospital’s first operating room general dentistry case. Also maintaining a busy lecture schedule, he has spoken extensively all over the United States on topics such as implants, cosmetic and restorative dentistry and is on the National Speakers Program sponsored by Proctor and Gamble. Dr. Staller has also appeared on television and radio multiple times with a special dental presentation for network TV on the Lifetime Television Network and also Cable News Network. He also has done research and presentations on dental lasers and has authored articles that have appeared in notable dental publications. He is the President of the Florida Study Club and has served on a youth task force studying gang violence, TAG, Together Against Gangs. Dr. Staller was President of the Boca Raton Roundtable, a member of the Council of 100 and on the Board of Trustees of the Florida Symphonic Pops. He has also served on the Board of Directors and was President of a publicly traded company and on the Board of Directors of a bank. Dr. Staller is the volunteer team dentist for Florida Atlantic University and is President of the Owl Club. In 2010, he received the first ever President's Medallion Award for Distinguished Service in recognition of his service and support of the University. This award was presented by President Mary Jane Saunders. In 2006, he received from FAU the President’s Talon Award in recognition of exceptional leadership, service and support of the University.