Scott W. Kaloust, DDS, MS
Dr. Scott Kaloust was raised in Southern California surfing, swimming, and playing water polo. He graduated from UCLA School of Dentistry, where he also met his wife Christine. A one-year residency followed this at the VA hospital San Francisco and a 2-year part-time residency in Craniofacial Anomalies (Cleft-lip and palate) at UCSF, during which he also worked as a general dentist. Dr. Kaloust has published scientific research and presented both nationally and internationally on areas regarding craniofacial anomalies.
Dr. Kaloust received his orthodontic specialty degree at UCSF along with an M.S. degree in Oral Biology. He remains an active part of the University by serving on the Alumni board. He is an active member of all relevant local, state, and national professional organizations, including the ADA and AAO .
Dr. Kaloust has resided in Redwood City since 1994 with his wife Christine, and has two boys Jack and Nicholas and one daughter, Caroline. His interests include reading, classic automobiles, surfing, Giants baseball, and especially snow skiing. He is an active member of the community, including: proud supporter of the M-A education foundation, team dentist for the M-A high school football team, proud supporter of the M-A high school robotics club, main sponsor of the Oak Knoll Otter Run, and a continual supporter of fundraisers for many other local schools.
Dr. Kaloust enjoys helping both children and adults achieve outstanding orthodontic results and is happy to answer any questions before, during, or after your orthodontic treatment by phone, e-mail, or in person.