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Vail Valley Bizwatch: Resnick Orthodontics’ new office in Eagle

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Business Name: Resnick Orthodontics provides certified specialty orthodontic care for children, adults and teens. A 30 year history of excellence.

Location: Our new full-service facility opened June 1st at 011 Eagle Park Drive, which is actually along Chambers Avenue, a quarter-mile east of the post office in Eagle. Before opening this facility we were seeing patients in theoffices of Dr. Kassmel and Dr. Wing in Eagle.

Owner: Dr. Jeff Resnick.

Contact info: Call 970-328-1075 or go to

What’s new or exciting at your place? We can now respond to our patients’ overwhelming request for a full service facility in Eagle. This has eliminated the canyon drive to Glenwood Springs. Previously, patients needed to be seen in our Glenwood office for 20 percent of their visits. With the opening of our new technologically advanced office in Eagle we are now able to provide comprehensive coverage staffed Monday through Thursday every week of the month. We are still maintaining our Edwards location on Fridays.

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What strategy do you use to differentiate your business from your competition? Our growth continues due to our wonderful patient and doctor recommendations.

Tell us a little about your background, education and experience: Resnick Orthodontics is part of a 35-year-old orthodontic tradition in the valley originated by Dr. Jon Traul. Dr. Resnick received his dental degree from Case Western Reserve University and his specialty training at the Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry.

What is the most humorous thing that has happened at your business since you opened? From Dr. Resnick: It’s always humorous when I am on the lift or in line, covered up with helmet, goggles etc., and the patients have no clue who I am . I usually ask them about their braces and orthodontist, then conclude with, “why are you chewing gum or not wearing your elastics?”

How embarrassing!

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