David Lewicki, DDS, MSD
I feel truly blessed to work in a profession as wonderful as orthodontics. Seeing a patient start their orthodontic treatment as a shy, quiet child and watching them grow into a confident, happy young adult is truly amazing. I have the unique opportunity to get to know so many people, learn all about them, and watch as their personality develops as their smile unfolds. The past 25 years have been fulfilling in ways I could have never imagined, and I look forward to many more years to come.
Education and continuing education
- Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology – University of Michigan, 1979
- Doctorate of Dental Surgery – Valedictorian -- University of Michigan, 1984
- Orthodontic Specialty – Case Western Reserve University, 1986
I have a strong commitment to lifelong learning in order to give my patients the best care possible. Therefore, I seek all forms of education, from local seminars through our dental society to national orthodontic meetings, in order to keep current on the newest technology and treatment options. I also plan continuing education as the program chairman for the Cleveland Society of Orthodontists and as Past President of my local tri-county dental society.
- American Dental Association
- American Association of Orthodontists
- Ohio Dental Association
- Northeast Ohio Dental Society
- Cleveland Society of Orthodontists
In the office
My team is very passionate about their role in this great profession. They realize the impact they make every day on each patient or parent or friend they interact with. We’re all committed to learning, not only what their dental needs and desires are, but their personal needs and desires as well. My team makes patients feel at home and like family, and they get them involved in their treatment so that the best outcome is always possible.
At home and in the community
I grew up just outside Detroit, MI, and have happily called Northeast Ohio my home for almost the past 30 years. When I’m not in the office, I enjoy boating, fishing, and playing a round or two of golf.
As an office, we sponsor many local events from sports teams and fundraisers to charity events. Also, our local dental society and orthodontic societies are non-profits and I’m very involved in both of them. Whether I’m helping organize meetings or planning social outings with my peers, I really enjoy meeting new dentists and their families.