Lawrence R. Siegel, DDS
Dr. Lawrence Siegel received his dental education at Temple University School of Dentistry. Following dental school, he served two years in the United States Air Force and had a one-year teaching fellowship at Temple Dental School. He completed a three year orthodontic residency program in 1973 at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Siegel opened his orthodontic offices in Yardley, PA, and Hamilton, NJ. From 1974 to 1976, he spent two days a week on a federal grant program at Columbia University where he dealt with handicapping malocclusions. He has continued teaching at Columbia as an assistant clinical professor on a voluntary basis.
In addition to private practice and teaching, Dr. Siegel has been actively engaged in organized dentistry at the local, state, and national levels. He is Board Certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and is an alternate delegate to the American Association of Orthodontists. Other memberships include: AAO’s Advocacy Committee, OKU Honorary Dental Society, NJ Dental Society, Pennsylvania Orthodontic Society, and Middle Atlantic Society of Orthodontists.
As a member of AAO’s Advisory Committee, Dr. Siegel’s purpose is to educate congressional leaders, as well as fellow delegates, regarding important issues such as the need to improve access to dental care for the general public.
As a practitioner and teacher of orthodontics, Dr. Siegel shares his knowledge and passion for the profession with his students, colleagues, and the public. He learned from excellent teachers, continuing education courses, self-reflection, feedback from knowledgeable peers, and many role models whom he has aspired to emulate. His primary objective is to provide excellent, efficient, and compassionate patient care.