Meet Dr. Suzy Pope

As a board-certified pediatric dentist, Dr. Suzy C. Pope offers children a unique experience as they are introduced to a key component of their comprehensive healthcare. She believes that all children should enjoy seeing the dentist and hopes she can help your child develop into a great patient. Dr. Pope at Grins on Green Bay located in Kenilworth, IL has a warm and unhurried approach to pediatric dentistry, which puts her patients and their parents at ease. Her patients fondly call her “Dr. Suzy.”

Dr. Suzy earned her dental degree at Columbia University College of Dental Medicine in New York, after receiving her B.A in English at Barnard College, Columbia University in New York. While in dental school, Dr. Suzy was President of the Class of 2007 and Editor in Chief of the dental school newspaper, Smilelines. Dr. Suzy completed a residency in pediatric dentistry at the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Hospital. She conducted research on food insecurity and caries rates, and earned her M.S. in Pediatric Dentistry.

Dr. Suzy is a board certified pediatric dentist and a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentists. Committed to staying up to date with the evolving specialty of pediatric dentistry, she is an active member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the Illinois State Dental Society, the Illinois State Pediatric Society, and Hellenic American Dental Society.

Philanthropy is very important to Dr. Suzy, and she finds helping children in need very rewarding. She has been on a mission trip to treat children in rural Jamaica, volunteered with the athletes of the Special Olympics, and treated underserved children with the ISDS Foundation Mission of Mercy.

Having grown up on the East Coast, then living on the West Coast, Dr. Suzy is now thrilled to call the Midwest her permanent home. She lives in Wilmette with her two children Elisabeth and Johnny and her husband Stephen.  On any given Sunday you may run into them at the park, getting ice cream, or in line at Target.