For more than three decades, Dr. Peter Coccaro has helped tens of thousands of people – adults, teens and children – have straighter, more attractive and more confident smiles. In addition to being a well-trained, highly experienced and certified orthodontic specialist, Dr. Coccaro always strives to improve his capabilities, including pursuing continuing education well beyond what’s required. As a result of this commitment, he offers advanced care that combines leading-edge techniques with the experience thousands have trusted.
Orthodontics is unique in that the relationships you build do not last for one or two visits - they last for years. The rapport you have with your orthodontist, your comfort level, and your ability to feel free to ask questions and get answers is all part of the intangible. When you do your research, you'll see every company claims to be different through care, friendliness, a happy atmosphere, training, etc. But what stands out above the rest, what has been proven, not just claimed is experience. Bethesda Orthodontics matches the intangible with the tangible. Our staff understands the importance of good relationships with our clients and our years of experience are what truly separate us from the rest.
At Bethesda Orthodontics, in Bethesda, MD, we are dedicated to orthodontic excellence and long-term treatment success. To ensure the same beautiful, lasting results for which we’re known, we set stringent standards for quality and integrity. We use the latest techniques for optimal comfort and outcomes. From Dr. Coccaro to our support staff to our new-patient and treatment coordinators, everyone here focuses on your individual needs and makes you their number-one priority.
Dr. Coccaro's father started practicing orthodontics in Bethesda in 1958. Since then there has always been a Coccaro smile somewhere. His father was known for treating the world's largest patient, an elephant. He straightened an elephants tusks at the national zoo using a custom expander that he created. You can read a brief clip from the Ottawa Citizen here.