David L. Way, D.D.S., M.S.

Exceptional Orthodontic Care for your Family

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David L. Way, D.D.S., M.S.
1424 East Horsetooth Rd., Suite # 1
Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 223-8080   (888) 223-8080

Meet Dr. David L. Way in Fort Collins, CO

meet dr david l way

David L. Way, DDS, MS

I believe that orthodontics can not only be a great service to health but also a life-changing cosmetic procedure. The goals of ideal treatment are similar for people of all ages: properly positioned jaw joints and beautifully aligned teeth that fit in harmony and promote healthy gum and bone tissues, appropriate airways, efficient chewing, and good lip support and facial balance.Every patient is unique and has a special set of problems. Therefore, a personalized diagnosis and treatment plan is crucial. Proper planning can yield shortened treatment times, better results, and greater post-treatment stability. Long-term oral health is our primary goal, and we stop at nothing to achieve this for each of our patients.

Education and Continuing Education

I began my undergraduate career in 1969 at the University of Lincoln in Nebraska. I stayed and then continued on at the university's College of Dentistry after receiving my Bachelor’s degree in 1973. I obtained my Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1977. I then completed my orthodontic residency at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia, where I earned a Master of Science and Certificate in Orthodontics in 1989.

I am a life-long learner and educator in my field. I enjoy speaking nationally and internationally on topics relating to conventional orthodontics, surgical orthodontics, pediatric and adult obstructive sleep apnea, and TM joint health and dysfunction. I also present on topics relating to Cone Beam CT and the importance of an extremely thorough initial examination and comprehensive diagnosis.

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Outside the Office

I grew up in a very small community in Southeast Nebraska, where I learned to value both community and family. I was surrounded and supported by my parents, two sisters, and all four of my grandparents. I considered my childhood idyllic and have worked to give my two children the same feeling. I have been happily married for over 35 years to my wife, Dr. Cindi Way. We enjoy the outdoors, traveling, and spending time together at our cabin in Roosevelt National Forest.

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