Stuart Ross, DMD
“My practice is focused on providing the most comfortable, effective, conservative, and aesthetic treatment possible for each of our patients.”
- Bachelor of Arts – Roanoke College, 1972
- Doctorate of Dental Medicine – University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, 1975
Dr. Ross has been in private practice since 1978 and in the same location since 1980 in Washington, DC. He has held numerous positions in the dental community during the past 32 years and is always attending continuing education courses both locally and around the world to keep himself and his dental skills on the cutting edge of technology.
- American Dental Association
- Academy of General Dentistry
- District of Columbia Dental Society
- District of Columbia Dental Association
- Seattle Study Club
- Academy of Computerized Dentistry
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Academy of Laser Dentistry
- American Academy of Computerized Dentistry
- International Academy of Implant Dentistry
- International Society of Computerized Dentistry
Dr. Ross and his team have integrated new advancements into the practice over the past 20 years and have found them helpful from every point of view. He has had the CEREC system and successfully completed over 10,000 restorations. He has used an intraoral camera for 20 years and added cosmetic computer imaging, digital X-rays, several innovative patient comfort devices, and the office computer system.
He has been recognized in the November 1997 and February 2006 issues of the Washingtonian Magazine for "Top Dentists," the March 1999 issue of Cooking Light, and the November 2001 issue of Readers Digest. He was featured on CBS, CNN, NBC, News Channel 5 and 8, and 100.3 Metro Talk. He has spoken to national and international organizations and has published articles on the technology of conservative all-in-one appointment restorations.
In the Community
Dr. Ross is also active in the community outside of the sphere of dentistry. He has served as a trustee for the American Cancer Society and was on the board of directors for the Washington Project for the Arts.