Free Virtual Consultation


At Lozman Orthodontics

Begin your smile journey with Lozman Orthodontics—an expert orthodontic practice who understands your busy, active life in and around Latham.

Learn if you or your child is a candidate for treatment from your phone. Dr. Robin Lozman and Dr. Michael Lozman will assess your smile and let you know if treatment is right for you.

How It Works

Step 1:
Start by taking 8 pictures of your smile. Just match up your images with the ones you see below.

photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile

And here’s a helpful hint: Use 2 spoons to hold your cheeks away from your teeth so Dr. Robin Lozman or Dr. Michael Lozman can have the clearest view of your smile. You may need to recruit a friend or family to take photos. For the best quality pictures, make sure that your room is well-lit.

Step 2:
Almost done—just let us know how to reach you by filling out the form below.

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    Step 3:
    You’re finished! Dr. Robin Lozman or Dr. Michael Lozman will review your photos and get back to you soon to talk about the next steps and to schedule an appointment in our office.


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