Why You Should Choose a Board-Certified Orthodontist

Choosing a board-certified orthodontist means you'll have an expert who’s passionate about providing the best care for you and your dental needs.

Board-certified orthodontists like Dr. Tewes undergo extensive training and assessments to ensure that they provide effective and long-lasting orthodontic solutions.

So, it's no wonder that only 58% of orthodontists achieve board certification! Dr. Tewes keeps up-to-date with the latest advancements in dental care, which means he always strives to provide the best possible treatments.

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Importance of Choosing a Board-Certified Orthodontist

Having a beautiful and healthy smile is important, so choosing the right orthodontist is essential. A board-certified orthodontist is a highly trained professional committed to delivering long-lasting, excellent oral care.

When you choose a board-certified orthodontist like Dr. Tewes, you can rest easy knowing that they have undergone rigorous training and assessments that equip them with the knowledge and skills required to provide effective and sustainable orthodontic care.

So, if you want a healthy and beautiful smile that lasts a lifetime, choose a board-certified orthodontist.

Dr. Tewes' Drive to Expertise

We believe in always getting better! Only around half of orthodontists choose to complete board certification — which is a voluntary process.

Orthodontists must renew this certification every ten years, requiring us to continuously learn and stay updated with the latest orthodontic techniques and technology.

Customized Orthodontic Care

Board-certified orthodontists work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that enhances your smile, improves your bite functionality, and aligns your jaw effectively. With their expertise, you can look forward to a beautiful, healthy smile that you will love!

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Advanced Education

Orthodontists are highly trained professionals who undergo extensive education to provide exceptional patient care.

They undergo advanced training to deepen their understanding of facial anatomy and how it relates to dental aesthetics. This lets them personalize their treatments according to each patient's unique needs and preferences.

Do Orthodontists Have to Be Board-Certified?

Did you know that becoming a board-certified orthodontist is not mandatory but shows the orthodontist's dedication and expertise in the field? Out of the 19,000 American Association of Orthodontics members, approximately 58% have achieved board certification.