Dr. Jasmin Eco-Scolaro grew up locally in Glendale Heights and graduated from Glenbard North High School in Carol Stream. Dr. Eco attended Loyola University in Chicago and went on to dental school at the University of Illinois were she obtained her Bachelor of Dental Science and Degree in Dental Surgery in 1996.
Dr. Eco did her post-graduate studies in orthodontics at the United States Dental Institute. She is trained in the advanced orthodontic Damon System and has even attended the Damon International Symposium in Italy in 2008. She stays current with the latest dental procedures through continuing education and her affiliations with professional organizations. She is a member of the American Dental Association and the Illinois State Dental Society.
Dr. Jasmin Eco was appointed to the dental staff at Delnor Hospital in 2011. She also is a volunteer provider at the Tri-City Health Partners Clinic in St. Charles, where she provides free dental care to the underprivileged in the tri-city area. Dr. Eco loves working on kids and provides dental care with a soft, gentle touch.
In 2001, Dr. Jasmin Eco took over Dr. Robert Meyer’s practice which provided dental care for the Bloomingdale community for over 30 years. “I loved that the office was located in a renovated 1950 ranch home in Olde Towne Bloomingdale; and that I was able to provide dentistry to generations of families from grandparents to their grandchildren.” When she moved to Geneva in 2006, Dr. Eco decided to open her second dental office in St. Charles to be closer to her family-her husband, Dave, and their two children, Samantha and Santino. “I found that Geneva & St.Charles was a wonderful place to raise my children. It is such a nice community with plenty of outdoor activities.” When she is not juggling her time between her new dental office and her family; Dr. Eco enjoys outdoor activities, especially rollerblading and biking.
Dr. Eco‘s other passion is giving back to the community. She is the co-founder and chairman of Mateo’s Kids. Mateo’s Kids is a non-for-profit organization that was founded in loving memory of her 5-year-old nephew, Mateo, who was diagnosed with a rare, inoperable brain tumor. The organization raises money to financially aid sick children and their family in the local area. Their goal is to also provide these families emotional support and to “keep hope alive.”