About Us:

Welcome to Quinn, Mariotti and Abod Orthodontics

Serving Scranton, Clarks Summit, Carbondale, Honesdale, and Dingmans Ferry PA (Pennsylvania) - Quinn, Mariotti, and Abod Orthodontics offers Invisalign® and braces for children, teens, and adults.

Creating beautiful smiles for life!

At Quinn, Mariotti and Abod Orthodontics, we provide state-of-the-art orthodontic services in an informative and patient-focused environment. Dr. Quinn and Dr. Mariotti are board certified and Dr. Abod is board eligible. Also, our doctors and staff are highly qualified to create beautiful, healthy smiles through individualized treatment plans.

We are equipped with the most advanced technology to provide our patients with optimum treatment results with less discomfort and in the shortest amount of time. In addition to traditional braces for children and adults, we also offer Invisalign aligners that are removable for brushing and eating and provide a great smile without disrupting your lifestyle.

Please contact our Scranton orthodontic office, Clarks Summit orthodontic office, Carbondale orthodontic office, Honesdale orthodontic office, or our Dingmans Ferry orthodontic office to schedule your complimentary orthodontic consultation with our friendly doctors and staff. We offer convenient appointment times and look forward to meeting you and your family, and helping you attain a beautiful smile that will last a lifetime.

Meet Our Doctors

Samantha R. Abod D.M.D., MMPH, a native of Harvey's Lake, has been practicing orthodontics in Northeastern Pennsylvania since 2008. She earned her D.M.D. from the University of Pittsburgh where she studied biochemistry and also earned a Multidisciplinary Masters in Public Health and a Certificate in Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics.

Dr. Abod was inducted into Omicron Kappa Upsilon honor society and received several awards during her residency including recognition from the International College of Dentists, Kay F. Thompson Academic Scholarship, Ruth Freedman Academic Scholarship, T-35 Short Term Dental Research Training Scholarship, and a national award for co-creating Crest Healthy Smiles outreach projects and Give Kids a Smile Day.

For her research in fluoride releasing varnishes, Dr. Abod also merited the David C. Hamilton award from the Pennsylvania Association of Orthodontists. Currently, she is a member of the AAO, ADA, PDA and has served as President of the Luzerne County Dental Society. Dr. Abod truly appreciates the value of community service and has completed a medical mission to Guanaja, Honduras and continues to help local people through the Pennsylvania chapter of the Volunteers in Medicine.

Dr. Quinn is a lifelong Scranton resident. He knows this area well, and appreciates having the opportunity to give back to a community that has given him so much over the years. Dr. Quinn graduated from Scranton Preparatory School before attending the University of Scranton where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Dr. Quinn continued his education at the University of Pennsylvania, receiving his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. After graduating, Dr. Quinn enlisted in the United States Air Force and was commissioned as an officer with the rank of Captain.

After completing his tour with the Air Force in San Bernadino, California, Dr. Quinn returned to New York where he pursued his post-graduate degree in orthodontics at the University of Rochester's Eastman Center. During this time, Dr. Quinn also participated in researching growth and development as well as cleft palate.

Dr. Quinn returned to Scranton after receiving his certificate in orthodontics, and began practicing orthodontics. In 1980, Dr. Quinn was awarded board certification, and in 2003, he became the first orthodontist in Northern Pennsylvania to become board certified a second time.

Dr. Quinn regularly participates in continuing education as a way to stay current with the latest advances in orthodontics. He is also Past President of the American Association of Orthodontics Foundation; a foundation that raises money to promote research and education in orthodontics. Dr. Quinn was recently selected to be a National Board Examiner for the third consecutive year.

Dr. Mariotti began working toward a career in orthodontics after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Scranton. He went on to receive his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Temple University, and after graduating, he joined the United States Army and was commissioned as an officer with the rank of Captain in the Army Dental Corps. He spent three years being stationed at Ft. Stewart in Georgia, and after completing his tour of duty, Dr. Mariotti returned to New York where he pursued his post-graduate degree in orthodontics at the Eastman Dental Center at the University of Rochester.

The Eastman Center is recognized as one of the top dental training centers in the United States. While studying at Eastman, Dr. Mariotti did research in growth and development and TMJ disorders. He was recognized as an outstanding student, and before graduating, he was invited to join one of the faculty practices. After receiving his Certificate in Orthodontics, Dr. Mariotti began practicing in 1984. He completed his requirements for Board Certification by the American Board of Orthodontics and was certified in 1990, and re-certified in 2004.

Since returning to Scranton Dr. Mariotti has been very active in community affairs. He has served as President, and also Chairman of the Board, of the Scranton District Dental Society, and is presently on the Board of the Middle Atlantic Society of Orthodontists, also serving as president in 2005.

Dr. Mariotti is an active member of the Medical Alumni Board at the University of Scranton. During the past few years he has been chosen to be a fellow of the International College of Dentists and to the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Both societies honor doctors throughout the world who aspire to excellence.

Meet Our Staff

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