May 17, 2018
Thirty years ago, Dr. Dan German started an orthodontic practice which became one of the largest privately held practices of its kind in the country. He served on the faculty of the Ohio State University where he trained post-doctoral residents and was an attending clinical doctor until 2016, when he founded orthobrain™. Dr. German is well known throughout the dental world for treating and educating professionals on how to correct the entire spectrum of malocclusions, all while rendering exceptional service. Dr. German is devoted to solving dental problems using new and better solutions. He helped develop systems for an easy and precise way to place braces without any lab work.
Dr. German pioneered the use of Clear Aligners for orthodontics. His techniques
have been taught around the world.
For more than 25 years, Dr. German has shared his knowledge and insight about orthodontic diagnoses, treatment plans, and appliance design with specialists and general practitioners. His articles have been published in major dental and orthodontic journals and he has presented at national association conferences. Dr. German has traveled the world as a keynote speaker, teaching the clinical aspect of orthodontics and practice development to specialists and general practitioners. He recently participated in a two-week teaching tour starting in Australia where he lectured at the National Orthodontic Society, the University of Sydney, and the Equilibration Society in Chicago. He also presented at the American Association of Orthodontists annual, international meeting, which attracted nearly 15,000 people from around the world. Dr. German received the coveted Distinguished Alumni award from the University of Louisville Orthodontic Department. It is only the second time in the history of the school that the award has been bestowed.
Through the years, Dr. German’s mission has remained the same: to create raving fans while transforming the way dental healthcare is delivered.
Dr. German is most proud of his role as a dad and grandpa, raising seven children with his wife, Teri. Fitness, learning, and teaching are his hobbies.