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Meet Dr. Scheer

100+ Years of Designing Smiles

Dr. Scheer is a 4th generation dentist and orthodontist. Learn more about his family’s long-standing history in the profession.

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Brandon Scheer, DDS, MSD

Orthodontist and Founder

Dr. Brandon Scheer was born in Wichita, Kansas, where he comes from a long family tradition of practicing dentistry. His great-grandfather, Dr. George W. Scheer, moved to Wichita in 1918 and started a dental practice. That practice was then passed down to his son, Dr. Harold Scheer, who practiced dentistry there until he retired and passed the practice on to his son, Dr. Brick Scheer. Dr. Brick Scheer is Dr. Brandon Scheer’s father and still practices dentistry in Wichita today.

After completing his undergraduate education at Wichita State University, Dr. Brandon Scheer decided to continue the family legacy and moved to Indiana to study dentistry at Indiana University School of Dentistry. While there, he earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree, graduated with highest honors, was inducted by vote of faculty into membership of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society and was recognized with an award for Excellence in Oral Biology.

During dental school, Dr. Scheer went to Kenya on a cooperative mission with Kenyan dental students at Moi University to provide dental care for the homeless children in the city of Eldoret. The following year, he went to Ecuador with a dental missions group traveling from village to village to provide dental care. Those experiences helped strengthen an already strong spirit of service.

Following dental school, Dr. Scheer completed an orthodontic residency program at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine and earned a Master of Science in Dentistry (MSD) and a Certificate in Orthodontics.

When he isn’t practicing orthodontics in Thornton, Colorado, you can usually find him wakeboarding during the summer and snowboarding during the winter. He also enjoys playing classical guitar and reading.