Meet Lance Pittman
On Being an Orthodontist
I am in the best profession in the world: helping to bring out people’s beauty, while improving their oral health and self-confidence.
I look forward to coming to work each morning. Being an orthodontist means I am able to provide people with a beautiful smile and healthy bite, leading to increased self-esteem and better oral and body health. It also means I spend my days talking with interesting people, and developing strong connections with each of them. It’s those connections, at personal levels, that gives me the greatest personal and professional fulfillment.
Education and Commitment to Continuing Education
Part of being an orthodontist is understanding that I must be constantly expanding my knowledge and skills. My patients rely on me to offer them a wide array of treatment options that will gently, effectively shift their teeth into proper alignment. By pursuing continuing education opportunities, locally, regionally, and nationally, I stay current on the latest developments in the field.
I grew up in Ona, West Virginia, outside of Huntington. Martinsburg became home to my wife Alyssa and me in 2014. We love the area! Since I had to grow up and get rid of my motorcycle, I’ve evolved into loving cars of all sizes with my son. Of course, spending time with Alyssa, as well as other family members and friends, is a priority.