Friendly and Experienced Orthodontic Office
Dr. Isaac Haber is a trained specialist in orthodontics and has been practicing in Miami since 1995. Dr. Haber obtained his Master of Science in Orthodontics from Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry in Boston, MA. He also holds an Advanced Graduate Study degree in orthodontics from Boston University, a degree in Dentistry from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, as well as a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from New York University School of Dentistry.
Dr. Haber has been trained in the most modern technologies, philosophies, and treatment techniques, and specializes in Comprehensive Orthodontic Treatment for Children and Adults, Interceptive Orthodontics, Early Orthodontics, and Invisalign.
Dr. Haber is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, Southern Association of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, South Florida Dental Association, and South Florida Academy of Orthodontists. Dr. Haber held the position of president of the South Florida Academy of Orthodontists from 2003-2004.
Dr. Haber looks forward to helping every patient achieve the smile they deserve.
AAO, The American Association of Orthodontists says:
An orthodontist is a specialist in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. All orthodontists are dentists, but only about six percent of dentists are orthodontists. Admission to orthodontic programs is extremely competitive and selective. It takes many years to become an orthodontist and the educational requirements are demanding.
An orthodontist must complete college requirements before starting a three-to five year graduate program at a dental school accredited by the American dental Association (ADA). After dental school, at least two or three academic years of advanced specialty education in an ADA-accredited orthodontic program are required to be an orthodontist. The program includes advanced education in biomedical, behavioral, and basic sciences. The orthodontic student learns the complex skills required to manage tooth movement (orthodontics) and guide to facial development (dentofacial orthopedics). Only dentists who have successfully completed these advanced specialty education programs may call themselves orthodontists, they become accredited by the American Association of Orthodontists AAO, and can display the logo presented above in their offices, business cards, and printed materials.