Robert Rutrick D.M.D, MSc.D

 

Address: 1820 The Exchange Suite 100
E-mail: office@robertrutrick.com
Tel: 770-952-2677

CURRICULUM VITAE

1964       Bachelor of Arts Degree, New York University, Biology.

1969       Doctor of Dental Medicine, University of Medicine and Dentistry of

               New Jersey, Member, Dental Honor Society, Omicron Kappa Upsilon.

1971       Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study – Orthodontics,

               Boston University, School of Graduate Dentistry.

1969 –     Master of Science Degree – Orthodontics, Boston University

1971       School of Graduate Dentistry.

1971-      Chief, Division of Orthodontic Services, Wright Patterson

1973        Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio.

1973 –      Associate Clinician, Dr. Marvin C. Goldstein, Atlanta, Georgia

1975        (Private Practice).

1975 –      Clinical private practice, 1820 The Exchange S.E., Unit 100, present   Atlanta, Georgia 30339

1975 –      Co-Founder with P. W. Black, MD, Orofacial Anomalies Clinic, Scottish Rite Hospital

1986         Atlanta, Georgia

1978-       Appointed Associate Professor of Facial Deformities,

1984        Emory University School of Dentistry

1979 –      Attending Orthodontist for Plastic Surgery, Children’s Medical Service,

1984        Department of Human Resources, Atlanta, Georgia

1986 –      Consultant, Dento/Craniofacial Orthopedics, Scottish Rite Hospital present for Crippled Children, Atlanta, Georgia

1987 –      Dental Director, Atlanta Cleft Lip and Palate Team

1996        Atlanta, Georgia.

1989 –      Diplomate of The American Board of Orthodontics

1996         Associate Member of American Academy of Craniofacial Pain

                                          Special Interests

Orthodontics (non-extraction)

Dentofacial Orthopedic/Non-surgical solutions

TMJ Craniofacial Pain Disorder Management

Cleft Palate Deformity Management (birth to adulthood)

                                    Professional Affiliations

-American Dental Association

-American Association of Orthodontists

-American Cleft Palate – Craniofacial Association

-Diplomate, American Board of Orthodontics

-American Association of Massage Therapists

-Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork

                                      Hospital Affiliations

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite (Consulting)

Wellstar Health Care System at Windy Hill (Consulting)

                                             Publications

1969    “Bruxism”, Dental Student,  pp. 52-55, Block Drug Senior Essay Award,

            Class of ’69, New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry.

1973    “Multidisciplinary Responsibilities in Orthopedic-Occlusal Rehabilitation”,

            American Journal of Orthodontics,  Vol. 64, No. 5, pp. 491-498, Nov.’73.

1974    “Crossbite Correction with a Therapeutic Pacifier”, ASDC Journal of Dentistry for Children,  Nov.-Dec., 1974 Issue.

1984    “Bilateral Cleft Lip and Palate; Presurgical Treatment”, Annals of Plastic

            Surgery,  V. 12, No. 2, Feb. ’84, pp. 105-117, Boston, MA.

1995   “Distraction Osteogenesis of the Human Craniofacial Skeleton – Initial

            Experience With a New Distraction System”, Journal Craniofacial Surgery, Steven R. Cohen, M.D.,

            Robert E. Rutrick, D.M.D., M.Sc.D., ernando D. Burstein, M.D., Sept. ’95, pp. 368-374, Boston, MA.

1995    “Presurgical Orthopædic Management of the Unilateral Cleft Lip and Palate”.

            Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,

            Robert E. Rutrick, D.M.D., M.Sc.D., Steven R. Cohen, M.D.,

            Paul W. Black, M.D., Fernando D. Burstein, M.D., Aug.’95, pp. 159-163,

            Philadelphia, Pa.

1995    “Bone Graft Reconstruction of the Cleft Maxilla (Orthopædic Preparation/Surgical

             Management)”, Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,

              Robert E. Rutrick, D.M.D., M.Sc.D., Paul W. Black, M.D., Nov. ’95,

              pp. 275-286, Philadelphia, Pa.

                                Teaching Clinics Formally Presented

1974    “Multidisciplinary Responsibilities in Orthopedic-Occlusal Rehabilitation”,

            The Thomas P. Hinman Annual Dental Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

1975    “Adult Orthodontics with Bonded Attachments”, The Thomas P. Hinman

            Annual Dental Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

1978    “Presurgical Management of Bilateral Cleft Lip and Palate Newborn”,

            The Fifth District Dental Society, Atlanta, Georgia

1980    Plastic Surgery and Orofacial Workshop, China:  #2 Hospital of

            Dr. Sun Yet-Sen’s Medical College, Stomatology Department, Canton, China;

            #9  People’s Hospital, Orthodontic Department Shanghai 2nd Medical College,

            Shanghai, China; University of Peking, College of Medicine, Department of

            Stomatology, Peking, China.

1981    Second Plastic Surgery and Orofacial Workshop, Chungshan Medical

            College, Canton, China.

1986    “Orthodontics:  How Far Can We Reach”, Northwestern District Dental

            Society, Atlanta, Georgia.

1988    “Cleft Palate – An Overview of Management”, presented at the National

            Meeting of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons,

            1988 Annual Scientific Session, Boston, MA.

1989    “Cleft Palate Management and Overview”, presented at The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Atlanta, Georgia.

1991    “Orthopedic Management of Cleft Lip and Palate Patients”, Scottish Rite

            Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia.

1992    “Orthopedic Management of Cleft Lip and Palate Patients”, Scottish Rite

            Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia.

1993    “Orthopedic Management of Cleft Lip and Palate Patients”, Scottish Rite

            Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia.

1994    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Presentation I:   Alveolar Bone Grafting – Presurgical Dentofacial Orthopedics

            and Orthodontics.

            Presentation II: Distraction Osteogenesis of the Craniofacial Skeleton.

 1995   Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Presentation I:  Facial Orthopedics

            Presentation II: Late Facial Orthopedics

1996    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Early Orthodontic/Orthopedic Care in Children with Cleft Lip & Palate:

            Indications and Modified Techniques

1997    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Early Orthodontic/Orthopedic Care in Children with Cleft Lip & Palate:

            Indications and Modified Techniques

1998    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Macro Nonsurgical Orthopedic Management of Cleft Deformities

1999    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Global Orthopaedic Management of the Cleft Lip and Palate Patient: From

            Birth to Adulthood

2000    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Global Orthopedic Management of the Cleft Lip and Palate Patient:  Preparing

            the Clefted Newborn for Lip Closure/Orthopaedic Preparation for Bone Grafting/

            Surgical Orthodontic Case Reports

2001    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Global Orthopaedic Management of Cleft Deformities:  From Birth to Adulthood

            Part I and Bone Graft Preparation/Jaw Surgery Preparation – Part II

2003    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

            Interdisciplinary Management of Complex Cleft Lip and Palate Patients,

            From Birth to Adult

2003    Atlanta Oral Surgery Associates, Atlanta, Georgia, Topic: Braces/Braces and

            Jaw Surgery; TMJ Problems and Cleft Palate Global Management

2004    The Greater Atlanta Dental Collaborative, Topic: Braces/Braces and

            Jaw Surgery

                                                Continuing Education

1992    The Mark Piper Temporomandibular Joint Seminar – October 2-3, 1992

            Panama City Beach, Florida (14 Credit Hours)

1994-   NYU Medical Center – Bone Symposium Workshop – March 18-19, 1994

1995    Eleventh Annual International Symposium – August 10-12, 1995

            The American Academy of Head, Neck and Facial Pain, Palm Beach, Florida

            (20.5 Credit Hours)

1995    Craniomandibular Orthopedic Diagnosis & Treatment – August 25-27, 1995

            James Jecmen, D.D.S., Jefferson City, Missouri (17 Credit Hours)

1995    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia – October 27-29, 1995

            8th Annual Cleft Lip & Palate Symposium (15.5 Credit Hours)

1996    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia – October 11-13, 1996

            9th Annual Cleft Lip & Palate Symposium (13 Credit Hours)

1997    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia – October 17-19, 1997

            10th Annual Cleft Lip & Palate Symposium (13 Credit Hours)

1998    Institute for Natural Resources (INR), Atlanta, Georgia – January 30, 1998

            Course – The Internet: A Guide for Health Professionals (6 Credit Hours)

1998    American Academy of Orofacial Pain,  Annual Scientific Meeting on Orofacial Pain

             and Temporomandibular Disorders, Washington, D.C. – May 1-3, 23rd (12.5 CEU)

1998    American Association of Orthodontists, Dallas, Texas – May 15-20, 1998

            98th Annual Session, Dallas, Texas (10.1 CEU)

1998    Scottish Rite Hospital Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia – October 23-24, 1998

            11th Annual Cleft Lip & Palate Symposium (14.5 CEU)

1998    American Health Association, Georgia Chapter – November 9, 1998

            CPR & Emergency Cardiac Care Provider (4 CEU)

1999    New-Conn Orthodontic Study Group – 17th Biennial Growth Seminar

            April 15-16, 1999 – White Plains, New York (14 CEU)

1999    Georgia Dental Association – 132nd Annual Meeting – July 22-25, 1999

            Hilton Head Island, S.C. (7 CEU)

2000    Georgia Dental Association – “Determinants of Dental Esthetics:  A Rationale

            for Smile Analysis and Treatment” presented by Dr. Marc Moskowitz

            May 4, 2000 – (1.5 CEU)

2000    Atlanta Oral & Facial Surgery – “Intraoral Distraction Osteogenesis Seminar”

            presented by Drs. Mac Whitesides, William H. Bell, Cesar Guerrero, and

            Ron Mizarhi, May 6, 7, and 8, 2000, (8 AGD CE)

 2000   Georgia Dental Association Annual Meeting/Georgia Association Orthodontists

            Amelia Island, Florida – July 27 30, 2000, 4 Hours of credit – “Esthetic Dentistry:

            An Interdisciplinary Dentofacial Approach”, 1 Hour of credit – “Update on At-Home Bleaching”,

            and 1 Hour of credit – “Oral Medicine Update 2000”  Total 6 Hours ADA CERP Approved

2000    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, October 27 – 29, 2000,

            13th Annual Cleft Lip and Palate Symposium:

            Traditions and Frontiers – Workshop: Fabrication of Presurgical Orthopedic

            Appliances – Total 8 CE (4 hours credit by the Georgia Academy of General

            Dentistry and 4 hours credit by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry)

2001   Georgia Dental Association, CE Course “What’s New In Orthodontics”,

            presented by Dr. Michael Stewart, July 28, 2001, 4 Hours credit –ADA

2001    Norcross Study Club, “Interdisciplinary Care 2001; An Available Dental

            Resource”, presented by Drs. Maurice Salama & Christian A. Loetscher

            3 hours of continuing medical/dental education, November 5, 2001.

2002   Georgia Dental Association Meeting, Amelia Island, Florida, July 25 – 28, 2002

           Advanced Restorative Dentistry: The Keys to Creating Excellence, Mark

           Moskowitz, DDS (2 CEUs);  Simplicity Through Innovation, George Priest, DMD

           (2 CEUs); Establishing Priorities, Frederick Abeles, DDS (1 CEU)

2002   Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, October 18-10, 2002

           15th Annual Cleft Lip & Palate Symposium, 17.5 Hours in category 1 credit

           towards the American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award.

           17.5 hours CE credit by the Georgia Academy of General Dentistry.

2002   North Fulton Study Club for Oral Rehabilitation, November 11, 2002

           Topic:  Inter Disciplinary Treatment; Literature review Kois Concepts,

           presented by Dr. David Kurtzman, 2.5 Hours

2003   Norcross Study Club, January 14, 2003, Course: “Implants in the

           Maxilla”, presented by Dr. Christian A. Loetscher and

            Dr. Frank O’Connor, 2 Hours of Continuing Medical/Dental Education

2003    Georgia Association of Orthodontists, January 17 & 18th, 2003,

            Annual Meeting, 12 Hours of Continuing Dental Education

2003    American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, January 24 & 25th, 2003

            11th Annual Mid-Winter Clinical Symposium, The Westin Kierland

            Resort, Scottsdale, Arizona, 11.25 Hours Continuing Education

2003    Academy of General Dentistry, Emory Study Club, January 28, 2003,

            Partial Denture Design presented by Mr. John Rosensweig, C.D.T.,

            2 Hours of Continuing Education

2003    North Fulton Study Club for Oral Rehabilitation, February 3, 2003,

            Topic:  Dr. Paul Kudyba, “Complex Treatment Planning”, 2.5 Hours

            Continuing Education (continued)

2003    American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, March 7-8, 2003, “Implementing

            Sleep Disorders Treatment Within the Dental Practice”, Ft. Worth, Texas

            12 Hours Continuing Education

2003    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, October 17-18, 2003

            16th Annual Cleft Lip and Palate Symposium 16 Hours in category 1 credit

            towards the American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award.

2004    Controversies in Orthognathic Surgery, March 6, 2004, Washington, D.C.

            A Continuing Medical Education Activity sponsored by HealthStream

            8 Category 1 credits, AMA Physician’s Recognition Award.

2004    Astra Tech – Don’t Get Stuck in the Past:  Experience the Future Now with

            Immediate Loading, September 15, 2004, 2 hours of CE Credits,

            Drs. Stephen Bankston, Herman Donatelli, David Zelby, etc.

2004    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, August 9, 2004, 4 hours of CE Credits,

            Sponsored by Atlanta School of Massage, Atlanta, Georgia

2015   Part I-IV:  Increase your Stack of Knowledge. 42.5 hours of CE Credits,

TMJ in children, signs of successful treatment, role of restorative dentistry in case finishing, role of orthodontics in case finishing. Submentovertex imaging for cranial base distortions as it relates to migraneurs and refractive cases.  Linear tomography (following the use of the SMV xray adds accuracy in diagnosing osseous degenerative changes, condylar position and condylar movement.  Magnetic Resonance Imagining (MRI) biplane is necessary to determine disc position. Ortho/TMJD Power compromised of 123 clinical cases to illustrate the clinical stages of treatment. Orthopedic/Orthodontic/TMJD/Surgical Treatments, continuing education/ didactic training of the TMJ joint: dysfunction, occlusion, and craniofacial pain presented by Brendan Stack, DDS, MS., Former president of the American Academy of TMJ & Craniofacial Pain

2016    CNA Healthcare Risk Management Program, 4.5 hours of CE Credits,

             Approved PACE Program Provider, FAGD/MAGD Credit, January 21, 2016

Skills

ORTHODONTICS
TMJ
CLEFT PALATE
MOVEMENT DISORDERS