What is the mission of your business?
I started Davis Orthodontics in 2001 with the goal of providing exceptional service and forming relationships in the community where I grew up. Now that my practice has grown, my team and I come to work each day with a mission to make our patients’ lives better. Children, teens and adults alike benefit from having a great smile. By improving our patients’ smiles, we are able to help foster in them a sense of self-confidence which allows them to succeed in school, social circles, sports and the work place.
What differentiates your business from other specialists in the field?
I am a board-certified orthodontist; this sets me apart from others because approximately only a third of orthodontists have been board certified. My team and I genuinely care for our patients; we make it a priority to keep up with what is going on in their lives and how they are doing outside of the office. I love to brag about a patient’s accolades. It is such a reward to see our patients gain the confidence they’ve always wanted with their new smiles! When they bring their friends and family to us to discuss treatment, it is the best compliment anyone could give!
What is something people would be surprised to learn about your business?
We love to have fun! We try to make being a patient enjoyable by engaging our patient community with reward opportunities and contests. Each year we hold several contests that involve patients, and sometimes their families, to bring awareness to their unique personalities and amazing smiles.
What are the latest developments/innovations in your field?
Orthodontic treatment is going digital, and we’re bringing in the latest advancements. Along with digital radiography, we incorporate up-to-date digital scanning for dental impressions. I also use Insignia, a new system which, with the help of 3-D technology, allows me to provide custom-designed wires and brackets to deliver the most efficient treatment possible. This helps complete our patient’s treatment faster, and with less discomfort.