Dr. Jack Rosenberg

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Dr. Rosenberg, a native Washingtonian, received his undergraduate training at the University of Maryland. He then went on to Georgetown University, graduating Cum Laude with his doctorate in dentistry. He was also elected to Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit Honor Society. Two years later, Dr. Rosenberg received his graduate degree in orthodontics from Northwestern University.

He began practicing in the Northern Virginia area, where he has been in practice for over 30 years. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. A member of eight national and local professional organizations, he has been voted “Top Area Orthodontist” by his peers and Washingtonian Magazine for 12 straight years! Dr. Rosenberg has lectured on orthodontics throughout the United States and is currently an attending professor of orthodontics at Children’s Hospital National Medical Center/Washington Hospital Center Department of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery.

Dr. Rosenberg takes pride in his involvement in the Northern Virginia community. He has sponsored over 50 local area teams. Dr. Rosenberg has helped the fundraising efforts of innumerable school organizations, community groups and individuals over the years. He was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the Catholic Archdiocese of Northern Virginia for his fundraising on behalf of selected Catholic schools.

In addition to his pro bono work as a professor of orthodontics, he has given beautiful smiles to many children over the years whose families couldn’t afford orthodontic treatment.

Perhaps his best endorsement comes from the family members of over 25 area dentists he has treated.

Dr. Rosenberg and his wife, Dana, live in Northern Virginia. They have five children: Jamie, Zachary, Angelo, Antonio and Michelle.