Dr. Elliott Moskowitz is a recognized orthodontic clinician, educator, author and editor in the United States and abroad. He has practiced orthodontics for over 42 years in Manhattan, NY and continues the longest family run practice in Manhattan since 1937 when Dr. Hyman Moskowitz established the orthodontic practice. The practice is currently treating the 3rd generation of patients.
Dr. Moskowitz is a Clinical Professor of Orthodontics in the Dept. of Orthodontics at the New York University College of Dentistry.
Dr. Moskowitz is also a visiting scholar at other universities in the U.S. and abroad. He is Director Emeritus of Orthodontics in the Department of Dentistry at Interfaith Medical Center where he coordinated orthodontic training for general practice residents and pediatric dentists. The proposed new orthodontic facility at NYU College of Dentistry which is under construction is being named after Dr. Moskowitz for both his accomplishments in orthodontics and dentistry and philanthropy.
Dr. Moskowitz is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. He has published extensively in many orthodontic and non-orthodontic dental journals and has received numerous editorial awards for his editorial contributions. As Editor of The New York State Dental Journal, Dr. Moskowitz received “First Prize” for an editorial that was bestowed upon him in 2008 jointly by the William Gies Foundation and the American Dental Education Association (ADEA).
Dr. Moskowitz’s focus is on the efficacy and efficiency of individual patient care and the evidence based information supporting such modern orthodontic treatment. He has both chronicled and participated in clinical investigations in an effort to assess the value of existing orthodontic protocols in early orthodontic treatment. He is a member of the Consortium for Translational Orthodontic Research (CTOR) at NYU College of Dentistry.