Dr. Peters grew up in Los Angeles, California. She moved to New York to attend Fordham University where she received her B.S. in Mathematics and completed her dental training at New York University College of Dentistry. She then completed her advanced training in Orthodontics at Case Western Reserve School of Dental Medicine in Cleveland, OH. In this rigorous program she also received training in growth modification, dentofacial orthopedics and meeting the complex needs of individuals with craniofacial abnormalities and congenital disorders affecting the facial skeleton and teeth.
Dr. Peters is an Invisalign Premier Preferred Invisalign provider offering both Invisalign and Invisalign teen to her patients.
Dr. Peters currently lives in northern New Jersey with her husband and two young children. In her free time, she enjoys baking with her daughter, taking Little Gym classes with her son, and reading.
Clear Techniques II
Skillful Development & Review for Predictable Outcomes- Maximizing your ClinCheck
Continuing the Evolution of Invisalign Skills in Private Practice
Hygiene Study Club
Enhancing Your TAD Experience- A multi-faceted Approach
Online Course 1 CE Case Study-ClassII Correction 1
Ask the Expert Live (2 CE) Lower Incisor Extraction Cases 2
Ask the Expert Live (2 CE) Secrets of Success – Orthodont 2
Study Club-3 CE PhucasSC,J. Agro 3
3-D Orthodontic Force Measurements Using Self-Ligating Orthodontic Brackets
Early Orthodontic Treatment: Evidence-based Versus Anecdotal
Research-based Functional Appliance Treatment
Self-ligation with a Custom-made Lingual Appliance
Facial Esthetics Through the Ages: Broadening Our Vision in Orthodontics
Evidence-based Orthodontics: Friend or Foe
Achieving Treatment Goals with Predictable Mechanics: A 40 Year Perspective
Early Orthodontic Treatment for Class II Incisal Relationships: Has This Question Been Answered?
Early Treatment and Clinical Outcomes
Early Correction of Anterior Open Bite With Tongue Spurs: Long-term Stability
Early Treatment From 4 to 7 Years of Age
Strategy Toward Treatment in Growing Class III Patients
MGBM System: Predictable Distalization and Anchorage in the Correction of Class II Malocclusions
Distal Maxillary Molar Movement in an Evidence-based Manner
A No Compliance Hybrid Anchorage Appliance to Correct Class II Malocclusion
Class II Malocclusion Correction: “Mundane Magic”
Class II Correction in Children with Cervical Headgear
New Techniques for Rapid Tooth Movement and Orthodontic Treatment
The Truly “Edgewise” Temporary Anchorage Device
Esthetics in Orthodontics: In Search of the Ideal Smile
mile Esthetics: Challenges in the Treatment of Missing and Malformed Teeth in the Esthetic Zone