McInnes Palmer Orthodontics

Towson Office
(410) 823-1900
8322 Bellona Avenue #310
Towson, MD 21204

Hereford Office
(410) 357-4455
16918 York Rd. Suite 200
Hereford, MD 21111

Meet Dr. Meghan McInnes Palmer

I joined my father’s practice in 2010 and have loved every minute. All my life I wanted to be a doctor. Growing up, I watched all the happy, smiling faces come and go from my father’s practice and I wanted to be a part of such a wonderful practice. I love helping others and making their lives better in any way I can. Seeing patients get excited about their smiles is such a wonderful feeling. Giving a great smile to a patient can change their life and give them confidence. I truly love being part of that life-changing experience.

I absolutely love being an orthodontist. Every day presents a new exciting experience that makes me look forward to coming to work. If I can make a patient smile and make them feel and know how special they really are, I know I’ve been successful.

An important aspect of our office is our dedication to teamwork. Everyone here truly cares about our patients and wants to improve their lives. We listen to our patients and understand their needs and concerns, and then we do everything we can to help. We will bring a smile to your face, no matter what!


Professional Affiliations

Outside the Office

I grew up in Baltimore and now live in Glyndon. I am married to the most wonderful man I’ve ever met, and we have two dogs, Fynn, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, and Shotzie, a Rottweiler Labrador mix. When I’m not in the office, I can be found running on the NCR trail followed by a trip to Wegmans! Besides running, I love being with my dogs and my husband. We spend a lot of time at our home enjoying the beautiful sunsets.

I am really passionate about helping others. I’ve traveled to Africa and volunteered with orphans and to Vietnam to help children get out of dental pain. Our office is also a proud member of the Greater Baltimore Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Team at GBMC. Reaching out and being active in the community is incredibly important. Everyone needs to reach out and lend a helping hand in their community.

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