Meet Dr. Rosenblatt

Dr. Mark Rosenblatt was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. Building on his biochemistry Bachelor of Science Honours degree at McMaster University, Dr. Rosenblatt earned a Master’s of Science degree in molecular immunology, virology, and inflammation. At McMaster, his areas of research involved blood transfusion medicine, and bone metabolism and inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis.

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Dr. Rosenblatt attended the University of Western Ontario where he completed his Doctorate of Dental Surgery. Following a residency in advanced general dentistry at the University of Michigan, Dr. Rosenblatt attended the University of Alberta to receive a specialty certificate in orthodontics and his second Master's of Science degree. As a lifelong learner, since completing his education, Dr. Rosenblatt takes the opportunity to attend many continuing education seminars in order to continually refine his techniques and introduce the latest advancements in treatment technology.

Dr. Rosenblatt is a member of the American Association of Orthodontics, the Canadian Association of Orthodontics, the Ontario Association of Orthodontics, the Canadian and Ontario Dental Associations, the Halton-Peel Dental Association and the Toronto Orthodontic Study Club.

When he’s not creating beautiful smiles, Dr. Rosenblatt enjoys many hobbies and athletic pursuits. As an avid amateur photographer, he tries to take every opportunity to capture nature and landscapes, and the occasional wedding. When he doesn’t have a camera in his hands, he fills his spare time with activities such as golfing, mountain biking, running, swimming, skiing and SCUBA diving.

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