What It Means To Be Board Certified
Board Certification Matters
Less than 40% of orthodontists actually take the voluntary step to achieve board certification.
A board certified orthodontist is committed to the highest level of patient care including a comprehensive treatment approach to ensure quality work.
Board certified orthodontists have committed themselves to you and your orthodontic treatment to provide the highest level of care.
Why Choose A Board Certified Orthodontist
They have successfully completed a voluntary, rigorous examination process through The American Board of Orthodontics, the only orthodontic specialty board recognized by the ADA and in affiliation with the AAO.
A board certified orthodontist has put in hundreds of extra learning hours in order to improve their work- and this will show in your smile results!
Board certified orthodontists must re-new their certification every 10 years to demonstrate their continuous commitment to lifelong learning and excellence.
Becoming board certified by the American Board of Orthodontics is the highest honor an orthodontist can achieve. Board certification requires a rigorous examination process that includes an in-person oral board review comprised of the top orthodontists in the field, who are all board certified themselves. It also includes a review of the most complex and difficult cases in an orthodontist’s career, requiring exceptional outcomes to meet the rigorous standards set forth by the Board. Dr. Freedman and Dr. Haas have proudly been board certified orthodontists for over 10 years and continue their tradition of excellence by continuing to meet the highest standards required for board certification.
Why Choose Freedman and Haas Orthodontics