DR. VERONICA TORO
Born and raised in vibrant San Juan, Puerto Rico, Dr. Veronica Toro brings a wealth of passion and expertise to ShoreSmiles Orthodontics. With a lineage steeped in orthodontic tradition and her own unwavering dedication, Dr. Toro stands as the third-generation torchbearer of her family’s orthodontic legacy.
A Journey Rooted in Passion
From a young age, Dr. Toro’s dual passions emerged: a love for dogs, inherited from her Mom, and a fervor for crafting straight, beautiful smiles – a trait passed down from her Grandfather and Dad. Guided by their influence, she embarked on a journey that led her to Dental School at the University of Puerto Rico School of Dental Medicine in 2015. Her pursuit continued with advanced education in Orthodontics and a Master’s degree from the esteemed University of Washington Orthodontic Department in 2018.
Expertise That Shines
Dr. Toro’s expertise shines through her commitment to creating exquisite and healthy smiles. She embraces patients of all ages, ensuring each smile exudes happiness, pride, and a lifetime of confidence. Infused with millennial zeal, she’s an advocate for cutting-edge technology, continually enhancing her orthodontic treatments to offer you the best.
Innovation in Orthodontic Care
In her pursuit of excellence, Dr. Toro has embraced LightForce brackets, a groundbreaking technology in orthodontics. These 3D-printed brackets from LightForce represent a pinnacle of innovation, allowing for a level of precision and customization that goes beyond traditional methods. Dr. Toro’s extensive experience with a range of treatment options, including digital tools and LightForce brackets, underscores her dedication to providing world-class orthodontic solutions tailored to meet each patient’s unique needs.
Visit ShoreSmiles Orthodontics Today
Discover the dedication and expertise of Dr. Veronica Toro at ShoreSmiles Orthodontics. Contact our office today and embark on a journey to a confident and radiant smile guided by an orthodontist who truly understands your needs.