Photograph by: Carrie Bass
Dr. Gary P. Horvath
hen Dr. Gary Horvath marks his 20th and each chair has a computer all its own. Not only
year in business this June, patients is paperless greener, according to Dr. Horvath, but
will be invited to celebrate not only a it’s more efficient. He works hard to use the latest
very successful practice, but an office technology in his treatments as well, utilizing new
renovation. techniques for complicated procedures that reduce
cost and risk.
“Business is outstanding,” says Dr. Horvath, who
credits a talented staff with a year that’s shaping up His business model is working – so much so that three
as the busiest ever. Evidently recession-proof, Dr. of his current staff are former patients. They’ll feel
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Horvath’s business is peopled by staff that he describes right at home with the new updated décor, which Dr.
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patients’ time. feel welcome.
Running on time is aided by Dr. Horvath’s state-of-the- When not working, Dr. Horvath enjoys playing guitar,
www.drhorvathortho.com art technology. The practice is paperless, and no chart though he considers his wife, Fergie, a pianist and
Orthodontist ever gets lost. Even the dental charts are digitized, singer, the true musician in the family.
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