More than 8,500 Smiles Transformed
Dr. Alexa A. Alborzi is a speaker, teacher, author, community leader, humanitarian, and accomplished orthodontist. Since founding Alborzi Orthodontics in 1996, she’s successfully enriched the lives of over 8,500 patients and wants to do the same for you and your family.
- 27 Years Practicing Orthodontics
- 8,500+ Smiles Transformed
- 2000+ Invisalign Cases
- 14 years as Prof. of Orthodontics at UCSF
- 2 Books Written
Education & Experience
Dr. Alborzi earned her B.A. in biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley, and her dental degree from the University of California, San Francisco.
She went on to pursue an additional three years of training and education at the University of Connecticut, one of the top orthodontic programs in the country, earning both her Orthodontics Certificate and Master’s Degree in Dental Sciences.
As a respected professor of orthodontics, Dr. Alborzi instructed graduate students at the University of California San Francisco, School of Dentistry for 14 years.
She’s authored two books: A Healthy Happy Smile: 8 Reasons to Straighten Your Teeth, and co-authored the book Your Smile, Your Health, Your Success.
What makes Dr. Alborzi one of the most qualified orthodontists in the area isn’t her 25 years of experience, but her constant work to stay informed on the latest orthodontic technologies.
To keep with her vision of excellence, she dedicates countless hours to continuing education for herself and her team. This helps her give you more comfortable, more efficient treatment and better results!
Dr. Alborzi is known throughout San Mateo and Half Moon Bay for tackling some of the most difficult cases in orthodontics, not only with stunning success but without unnecessary surgery.
Dr. Alborzi is an avid supporter of many local community programs. She’s involved with Smiles Change Lives and Sonrisas Community clinic patients to help the less fortunate smile for success.
It’s not unusual to see her volunteering dozens of hours each week to a worthy cause!