Steve Moravec

Founder and Owner, Moravec Orthodontics

Steve Moravec, DDS, MS, MA has been enjoying his career as an orthodontist for more than three decades. He’s honored to be in a profession that changes lives for the better on a daily basis. Dr. Moravec founded his practice, Moravec Orthodontics in 1986. He and his staff offer superior orthodontic care to patients in Plainfield, Illinois and the surrounding communities. A State Licensed Specialist in Orthodontics, Dr. Moravec completed his undergraduate studies at Michigan State University. From there, he went on to attend the University of Michigan School of Dentistry for his Doctor of Dental Surgery and the University of Illinois at Chicago for his Master of Science in Orthodontics. Whether caring for his patients or enjoying his free time, Dr. Moravec approaches all areas of his life with unparalleled drive and passion. In addition to his dental degrees, his interest in history inspired him to earn his Master of Arts Degree with Distinction in History from DePaul University.

Going The Extra Smile

Publication Date: November 2018

Your smile is the gateway to your personality. However, we often take our
smiles for granted. After all, we smile every day without thinking about it.
Each year millions of Americans seek orthodontic treatment to improve
those smiles and their dental health. You or someone in your family may
be considering orthodontic treatment. This book is a guide to a great,
long-lasting smile.

Having the skill to change lives by giving people a beautiful smile is Dr.
Steve Moravec’s great joy. In Going the Extra Smile: Merging Technology and
Expertise for a Lifetime of Smiles, Dr. Moravec informs the reader about
orthodontics and outlines what orthodontic care is all about.

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