Welcome to Dr. Rouff's office
     Our office welcomes you! As a patient, your comfort, satisfaction, and well-being are our major concerns. In your selection of our office to serve your orthodontic health needs, you have given us the opportunity to realize the confidence you have with us. We will make every effort to extend the same care, concern, and quality treatment that this confidence deserves. Our goal is to provide the very best possible orthodontic care for our patients so that each of you may achieve optimal oral health and an ideal smile throughout your lifetime.
     Our entire staff operates as a team and we take great pride in each staff memer's training and capabilities. We will do our very best because we want you to feel comfortable in recommending us to your friends and relatives. We want you to have the best possible smile and bite as a result of our relationship.

What is Orthodontics?

     Orthodontics is a special area of dentistry which deals with the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and faccial irregularities caused by crooked, crowded, or protruding teeth, or poorly aligned jaws. When you or your child has any of these problems, it's called a malocclusion. We treat and correct these problems with appliances called braces.
     You may consider braces for yourself or your child for several good reasons. One of the primary reasons is that crooked, crowded teeth are difficult to keep clean and healthy. In addition, poor fit of the teeth makes it difficult to chew food and can cause improper wear of the teeth. But a pleasing smile and improved self-confidence may be the most important reason for you and your child to consider orthodontic treatment.

The doctors

     Dr. Barry Ruchlin received his dental degree at the University of Buffalo and his University Postdoctoral degree in Orthodontics from Howard University. He is an assistant clinical professor in the post-graduates Department of Orthodontics at SUNY at Buffalo.

Dr. Peter Rouff is a graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He completed a residency program at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, in addition to two years of orthodontic training at the University of Pennsylvania.

     They both continuously take updated specialty training as new advancements are made. They employ only NYS licensed dental assistants and remain in the forefront of quality orthodontic care.