MS and Certificate - Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics NOVA Southeastern University Fort Lauderdale, FL
DDS University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
BA - Communications and Media Productions University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
AAOPAC Student Member
American Association of Orthodontists
Becoming Board Certified
To become board certified, an orthodontist has to pass a rigorous set of written and clinical examinations, as well as a comprehensive review of their credentials. The initial process of becoming board certified can take anywhere from five to ten years. Once certified, the orthodontist must become recertified every ten years to maintain board certified status.
What does it mean to be board certified?
A board certified orthodontist, also known as a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, has been voluntarily examined by his/her peers according to knowledge and clinical skills. Becoming board certified signifies the orthodontist’s pursuit of continued proficiency and excellence in orthodontics.
Dr. Weber is a board certified Orthodontic and Dentofacial Orthopedic Specialist. He is a native of Saint Louis, MO. He has participated in many outreach community programs including the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte Dental Clinics and NC-Mom clinics. During his time at Chapel Hill, Dr. Weber became one of the founding members of the UNC Uganda Project. This program provides oral hygiene education and preventative and restorative care to at risk communities in rural Uganda.