Meet Your Orthodontist – Dr. Paul DiFranco
Dr. Paul DiFranco is a certified orthodontic specialist and has been practicing orthodontics since 1985. He believes that his enthusiasm for excellence in orthodontic treatment, combined with his sincere regard for comfort and satisfaction, is something all patients should experience.
Dr. DiFranco is a graduate of the prestigious Loyola University School of Dentistry, where he earned both his Doctorate of Dental Surgery as well as his Orthodontic Specialty Certificate. Committed to being a leader in his profession, Dr. DiFranco actively participates in the finest continuing education seminars in the country. This, combined with years of experience affords him the opportunity to provide patients with the latest knowledge, technology, and skills to better serve them with state-of-the-art orthodontics.
- American Association of Orthodontics
- Chicago Dental Society
- Illinois Society of Orthodontists
- American Dental Association
Community & Family
Dr. DiFranco practices in Park Ridge, IL in the community in which he was raised. Having deep ties to this area, he feels privileged to be living in, raising a family, and practicing here. His practice has thrived due to his excellent reputation. His staff members, many of whom have been with him throughout his career, share his same commitment to excellence.
Community service is an important part of Dr. DiFranco’s life. He gives back to the community in part by supporting local schools through fundraising activities and educating grade school children through dental health field trips.
When not working, Dr. DiFranco enjoys golfing, fishing, church organizations, and anything that involves time with his wife, Linda, and two sons, Paul III and Michael.
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*Our assessment is complimentary for patients age 18 and under. For patients above the age of 18, a $100 fee is required that will be applied toward treatment costs.