“I love the orthodontic profession; it allows me to improve my patients’ lives by improving their smiles. I truly enjoy interacting with my patients, getting to know them, and finding out how they are doing during their time in my office. It’s so rewarding to make such a difference in our patients’ appearance, self-confidence, and positive attitude. I consider it an honor and privilege to provide high-quality orthodontic treatment to the Burlington community.” — Dr. Vossers
Dr. Ted Vossers was born in Grove City, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Erie, PA. He graduated from Iroquois High School as valedictorian. In 1982, Dr. Vossers received his Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Grove City College, where he was named the most outstanding engineering graduate.
He earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1986 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and finished first in his class. Dr. Vossers continued on at UNC for his orthodontic residency and earned his Master of Science in orthodontics in 1988. He won the UNC Orthodontic Alumni Association’s Award for orthodontic research in 1988.
A board-certified orthodontist with more than 30 years of experience, Dr. Vossers understands the importance of providing the best, most up-to-date orthodontic treatment. He takes continuing education courses on the latest technology and advances in orthodontic treatment, including digital scanning and radiography, Invisalign® treatment, and In-Ovation® self-ligating technology.
- American Association of Orthodontists
- Southern Association of Orthodontists
- North Carolina Association of Orthodontists
- American Dental Association
- North Carolina Dental Society
- Alamance-Caswell Dental Society
Dr. Vossers has lived in Burlington since 1989. He and his wife Anne have two children: Sarah is a dental student at ECU and John is a computer engineering major at UNC-Charlotte. The family also has two cats, Louie and Napoleon. When he’s not in the office, Dr. Vossers enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, long walks in the evening, and reading.