Why We're Different

Welcome to the Scott Orthodontics family, where we have treated generations of patients with the high level of orthodontic care they deserve.

Our Dedication to Our Patients

We greet everyone with a warm welcome. We never rush, but take time to listen to our patients and parents, and answer questions with confidence in our knowledge that we have the right information and experience to ease any concerns. We give our patients as much information and support as they need to feel comfortable and confident about their orthodontic decisions. We take the time to truly get to know our patients and develop a unique treatment plan.

Our Use of Technology

As board-certified orthodontists, we offer several treatment options, including orthodontics for children, teens, and adults, which range from traditional metal and clear ceramic braces to the most advanced appliances and braces, including:

  • Invisalign®
  • Damon™ Smile
  • Incognito™ hidden lingual braces
  • Traditional metal braces
  • In-Ovation® C

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A Devoted Staff

Our highly trained staff is committed to providing our patients with the best orthodontic experience in a friendly, fun, and high-tech atmosphere. Most team members have decades of experience working in our office. 

In the Community

Scott Orthodontics been awarded the “Best of the Best Orthodontist” of Polk County by the Lakeland Ledger’s People’s Choice awards for two years in a row: 2016 and 2017. We make it a top priority to give back to the community through volunteer and community service work.

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Our community recognitions:

  • Business of the Year in Lakeland
  • Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine Volunteer of the Year
  • FDA Award from Project Dentist Care, Volunteer of the Year

Ultimately, we use our specialized training and continuing education in orthodontics to provide our patients with a fully satisfying smile result.

Straight Teeth are Our Specialty

Choosing an orthodontic specialist for your orthodontic treatment is a decision that will truly make a difference in your smile. 

An orthodontist is first a general dentist, and then elects to attend an additional two to three years of training at an accredited residency program, then passes national board examinations, in order to become certified as an orthodontist. This training, along with the experience of a practice dedicated solely to orthodontics, gives orthodontists a unique ability to create a customized treatment plan and carry out safe, predictable, and efficient treatment.

American Association of Orthodontists Board Certified - American Board of Orthodontists
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