John J Marchetto DMD

1600 Town Center Blvd. Ste A, Weston, FL 33326 Tel: 954.389.1002

Meet Dr. John Marchetto

Dr. John Marchetto

John J. Marchetto, DMD

I take my profession and practice very seriously, because I care about the patients who come see me. I always look at the needs of the individual and don’t just think about straightening their teeth. This offers insight into who they are and what they expect so that I can achieve outstanding results with the patient being totally satisfied.

In order to become an orthodontist, I first attended Tufts University Dental School for my DMD, then continued at Tufts University Dental School for my Orthodontic Degree. Although my formal education is complete, I always strive to stay abreast of the latest orthodontic methods and techniques.

Through continuing education courses and seminars, I am at the cutting edge of many new and emerging techniques that benefit my patients. I am involved in the training of many orthodontists from around the world on numerous techniques in our office. I am also involved in the Joe Di Maggio Children's Hospital Craniofacial Program for facial birth defects. I am part of numerous study clubs that emphasize comprehensive orthodontic and dental treatment.

My patients provide daily inspiration in my job and my life. They come to see me so that I may improve their smiles, and their confidence! I am always focused on achieving the finest result possible for each person, so that they may have the smile of their dreams.

I am originally from western Massachusetts, and have lived in south Florida for the past 21 years. My wife and I have two very active sons! When I’m not at the office, I enjoy mountain climbing, auto mechanics, woodworking and cycling as a founding member of the Weston Flyers!

I am also active in our community, and was a founding member of the West Broward YMCA. I have also been active with Kids in Distress for over ten years, and Facing it Together for over five years. Facing it Together is a fundraising organization for disadvantaged craniofacial patients.

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