Smiles by Smoron

421 W. Prospect Ave. Mount Prospect IL 60056    847-255-2526

Meet Dr. Scott Smoron


In the Office

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I have worked in our office since 1984, doing everything from lab work to assisting. I have practiced orthodontics here for the past 16 years and cannot imagine a more fulfilling profession. I like to believe that I make patients more comfortable here than they could be anywhere else, from the way we bond on braces, to the way we tie in wires, to the way we remove braces. Gentle. I also believe there are specific types of treatment that no one does better than us.

We always try to have fun here! You will laugh, whether it’s at me or the jokes. During your first appointment here you will notice a difference in the way we treat you and the way our practice is run. I love getting patients to talk and smile with me. Our team loves when patients open up to us and share their thoughts with us. It's getting to know individuals and seeing them return that's the most fun.

I truly care for my patients and want the best for them. I will always do everything in my power to make your visits comfortable and positive. I will leave you with one bit of orthodontic advice: during treatment, chew sugarless gum whenever you can! It makes the teeth move faster and with less pain. See you in our office soon!

Bocci at pinstripes with Katie, Audrey and JackPersonal

I’m glad to be practicing orthodontics in my home town and love being a part of this community. I love both dogs and cats and I have volunteered with various animal organizations. My wife, Katie, and I have 2 kids, Ryan and Owen, and a dog, Grissom. New journeys ahead!

You can find me most mornings running circles at Melas Park, typically with Ryan in a stroller as my coach.  I like running half marathons and ultra events past 30 miles. September 12th I will be running the Hennepin Hundred Miler; wish me luck!

I am still figuring out gardening and I have converted the grounds in front of the office into native, self-sustaining plants.  My vision ahead involves black eyed susans with some purple russian sage poking through in spots.

I still regularly see my friends from St. Viator High School. I am also a Chicago Dental Society branch officer and an active member of the Stanford University Folding@Home Project, which combines computers and fighting disease!

Orthodontics is a profession that mixes art and science like no other, but it is the connections with my patients that make my job truly worthwhile. The one-on-one relationships that I build here make my work that much more fascinating and enjoyable. I always look forward to patients returning after treatment to let me know what they are doing.


After graduating from Saint Viator High School I attended the University of Notre Dame and received a Bachelors of Science degree. I then pursued a Doctor of Dental Surgery at Northwestern University. My last university was Saint Louis University where I went through a residency in orthodontics and received a Master of Science in Dentistry.

This education has provided with the desire to be a perpetual student! To provide our patients with advanced levels of care requires nothing less! I keep abreast of the latest orthodontic methods and technologies and I routinely help coordinate continuing education courses and seminars for our branch of the Chicago Dental Society.

I always attend more Continuing Education than required to maintain my dental license. The Illinois Society of Orthodontists organizes events for this purpose and I attend courses to remain current with SureSmile's technology. I also sponsor continuing education courses for general dentists. I believe the more doctors that are knowledgable about treatment, the better patients will be guided to comfortable, quality care.

Professional Memberships

American Association of Orthodontists (AAO)


On this site, you can learn about orthodontists—specialists in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. The correction of tooth and jaw alignment results in a healthy, attractive smile that's good for life.


American Dental Association (ADA)


The ADA is the professional association of dentists committed to the public's oral health, ethics, science and professional advancement.


Chicago Dental Society (CDS)

The objective of the Chicago Dental Society is to encourage the improvement of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the interest of the members of the profession and the public that it serves.  


Illinois State Dental Society (ISDS)

The ISDS Foundation supports initiatives that expand access to care and increase dental health education and awareness.


Illinois Society of Orthodontist (ISO)

The Illinois Society of Orthodontists (ISO) is a professional association of orthodontic specialists who have had two to three years additional training in an ADA-approved University Orthodontic Program. We are trained in applying braces, both visible and invisible, on the teeth of adults and children to improve their dental health by helping them bite correctly and building self-esteem by making their faces look better.


Midwestern Society of Orthodontist (MSO)

The Midwestern Society of Orthodontists (MSO) is a constituent of the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO). We are comprised of approximately 1,380 members across the component states of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin, as well as the Canadian province of Manitoba. Since 1939, the MSO has continuously strived to support the AAO mission by providing helpful resources, clear communication and strong leadership to component societies and individual members.



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