I love being an orthodontist! Orthodontics is a fun and happy field and a career I enjoy every single day. I love making people happy and creating beautiful smiles with minimal discomfort. I feel so lucky to have a profession that allows me to help others while bringing great personal satisfaction.
I love seeing the beautiful changes I am able to make in each patient’s smile, appearance, and self-esteem. I love caring for children, teens, and adults, connecting with each on a personal level and building lasting relationships. I am especially thrilled to bring my skills and knowledge to the community I call home. I feel so fortunate for the opportunity to help each unique patient who walks into my office!
Dr. Rothman has been creating beautiful smiles since 2005. She stays current on advances in orthodontic technology, techniques, and materials through continuing education. This ensures each patient receives the right care for their specific clinical and personal needs and finishes with a healthy, lasting smile.
Dr. Rothman has served as a faculty member in the orthodontic department at Nova Southeastern University. She has also served as a member of the craniofacial team at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, FL, caring for children with cleft lip/palate and special needs.
As a neighborhood orthodontist, Dr. Rothman is glad to live and work in the community she calls home. She has created an office that’s bright and cheery, with welcoming and friendly staff members who love helping others. Each person goes out of their way to make sure every patient has an exceptional, positive orthodontic experience, from the first phone call to the day the braces are removed.
Dr. Rothman was born and raised in South Florida, having grown up in Miami Beach and attending middle and high school at Ransom Everglades School in Coconut Grove. She then spent 9 years in the Northeast futher pursuing her education before returning to South Florida for her orthodontic residency. She now lives in Pinecrest with her husband Brent and their two young children: son Ben and daughter Zoe. The family recently grew with the addition of a Goldendoodle named Sunshine.
When she’s not helping her patients, Dr. Rothman’s life happily revolves around her children. She loves spending time with them at the park and zoo, walking and taking bike rides with them. She also loves to run and has completed two full marathons and more than a dozen half-marathons, as well as a few triathlons. Additionally she loves to cook and is passionate about healthy eating and living.