Meet  Dr. Guy Coby

Guy Coby, DMD is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and is a member of the College of Diplomates of the American Board of Orthodontists. Dr. Coby is a Clinical Associate Professor and Co-Clinical Director of Orthodontics, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. 

Dr. Coby has a strong desire to always better himself professionally and believes in being a “lifetime learner”. He has lectured internationally on a variety of clinical orthodontic topics including the latest materials and techniques within his field. He also assists orthodontic residents in their preparation for board certification and advises his orthodontic residents in research of brackets and wires used within the field of orthodontics. Dr. Coby uses this information in his practice to ensure his patients have access to the latest and best technology in their treatment.

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He has been elected by his peers to the following leadership
positions within the field of orthodontics:

  • President, Board of Directors, Greater Philadelphia Society of Orthodontists
  • Past President, Pennsylvania Association of Orthodontists
  • President, University of Pennsylvania Orthodontic Alumni Association
  • President, Lehigh Valley Society of Orthodontists

Dr. Coby has lectured, conducted forums, and moderated at numerous annual sessions
of the American Association of Orthodontists and has publications in various professional journals. He also has had the privilege of treating the children of many
of the area dentists.

Dr. Coby feels it is important to be involved within our community. He has served on committees and the boards of several local nonprofit organizations. He is the past President of the Board of Directors at the Upper Bucks YMCA and chaired the Strategic Planning Committee for this organization. He supports many athletic and educational youth programs in addition to assisting charitable causes within the community. 

He and his wife Catherine reside with their two daughters on a farm in Quakertown. They enjoy caring for many different animals; including horses that have been rescued and/or previously abused.