Dr. Kathryn Delfs

Dr. Kathryn Delfs

Dr. Delfs is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she earned a BS degree in Chemistry. In 1990 she earned her DDS from Northwestern University Dental School. In 1997, Dr. Delfs was honored by the American Association of Dental Schools as one of the top 20 minority dentists in the United States.

Dr. Delfs is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she earned a BS degree in Chemistry. In 1990 she earned her DDS from Northwestern University Dental School. In 1997, Dr. Delfs was honored by the American Association of Dental Schools as one of the top 20 minority dentists in the United States. Her teaching credits include serving as an associate clinical instructor in the Restorative Department of Northwestern University Dental School, as well as acting as Associate Attending Resident at Michael Reese Hospital in its General Practice Residency program. She currently teaches the downtown Chicago Invisalign Study Club for general practitioners, and was a speaker at the annual Invisalign GP Summit for 2007. Dr. Delfs practices full-time in downtown Chicago with her group, University Associates in Dentistry.