Meet Dr. Joseph Ciccio
Dr. Joseph Ciccio, a Board Certified Orthodontist, has been creating beautiful smiles in the New York City and Westchester areas for over 25 years.
Experienced in all areas of orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics, Dr. Ciccio sees a mix of adult and pediatric patients. He specializes in a full range of advanced techniques to enhance facial esthetics, dental occlusion and oral function. Dr. Ciccio prides himself in providing the most competent care with a warm, down-to-earth approach.
Columbia is in Dr. Ciccio’s blood, he has earned three degrees from the University, a BS in Engineering, a DDS in Dental Medicine, and a Certificate in Orthodontics (Honor’s Concentration). In 2006, he was awarded the University’s Alumni Medal, for service to Columbia.
Dr. Ciccio has taught orthodontics at the Columbia University’s School of Dental Medicine for over 25 years. He lectures nationally on clinical orthodontics and advanced orthodontic techniques. As an Assistant Professor, Dr. Ciccio has served as a mentor to hundreds of orthodontists now practicing and teaching all over the world. In 2007, Dr. Ciccio was honored with the Allen J. Formicola Voluntary Teaching Award, the first orthodontist to receive this award. Dr. Ciccio has taught dozens of New York area orthodontists, but selected Dr. Demarest to be his partner.
Dr. Ciccio was one of the first orthodontists in the New York area to be trained in the Invisalign technique. He, and his partner, Dr. Demarest, have successfully treated hundreds of patients using this advanced appliance.
Dr. Ciccio has been an active member of many professional societies and community organizations including the American Association of Orthodontists, the New York Academy of Dentistry, the American Dental Association, The Rotary Club, The Maxwell Institute, and the Little Baby Face Foundation.
Outside the Office
He resides in Irvington NY with his wife, Denise, his son, Joey, and his bulldogs, Otis and Valentino. In his free time he enjoys playing golf, skiing, landscaping, and working on his Mac.