For the Love of Orthodontics

For the Love of Orthodontics

by Susan Neuhalfen

It is said that if you do what you love, you’ll never work another day in your life.

Dr. Robert Borkowski is one of those people who wakes up every day loving not only what he does but reflecting happily on the extensive career that he has had so far.

“I’ve been involved in the practice of orthodontics and in the research and development of new techniques and systems,” said Dr. Borkowski, who has consulted on many such projects as the Damon bracket system, making wire interfacing more friction free for patients. “It’s so exciting, collaborating with some of the most brilliant minds in the world.”

Borkowski began his career practicing orthodontics while also teaching at Georgetown University. This led to multiple lectures in over 30 countries across the globe, meeting and consulting with the best professionals in the world on the practice of orthodontics. He had intended to spend 20 years practicing on each coast and was selling his practice in Maryland when a fellow speaker and colleague from Carrollton asked him to consider buying his practice. He came to Texas and has officially been here longer than the 20 years he’d intended to stay.

“What can I say? I love it here,” he smiles. “It’s where I raised my son, so it’s home.”

Eight years ago he sold that practice to try the corporate environment. Always wanting to be on the cutting edge of new technology didn’t mesh as well with that structure so he decided to establish a new, private practice in Flower Mound and do what he does best, offering his patients the most revolutionary and proven techniques available.

“I named my new office Renown Orthodontics because it reflects who I am,” said Borkowski. “You can call yourself the best, but being requested to come and teach others does help to validate that you are truly serving others”.

To Make an Appointment for a Free Consultation Call
469.444.1640
RenownOrtho.com

2851 Cross Timbers Rd., Ste 113
Flower Mound, TX 75028


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