Welcome to Our Practice

Welcome to SmileMakers, Your Dentist in Twinsburg, OH

The doctor and staff of SmileMakers have established the following as their mission and accomplishment goals.

  • To provide high quality dental care with an emphasis on excellence, integrity and compassion.
  • To provide a calm and welcoming environment for our patients and staff.
  • To anticipate and fulfill each patient’s expressed and unexpressed needs.

The doctor and staff of SmileMakers believe:

  • That our patients are our first priority.
  • That a holistic and lifetime approach to dental care serves our patients’ best interests.
  • That a work environment promoting the value and dignity of each team member benefits doctor and staff, as well as patients.

  • Marvin L. Rotblatt

    Dr. Marvin Rotblatt graduated from The University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 1988 after completing his Bachelor of Science degree at Michigan in 1983. Dr. Rotblatt has been practicing in Twinsburg for 30 years. A proud Buckeye parent and sports fan, Dr. Rotblatt enjoys baking, hiking with his Golden Retriever, and spending his free time with family and friends.

  • Michelle Futo
    Dental Hygienist

    Michelle has been practicing Dental Hygiene since 2000 and her passion for the field continues to grow. Michelle loves what she does and enjoys helping others feel beautiful by making them feel confident through their own smile. Michelle likes the enthusiastic energy Dr. Rotblatt brings to the office every day!

  • Jen Manzo
    Dental Hygienist

     Jen was born and raised in Twinsburg and has been a Dental Hygienist for 10 years. Jen spends all her free time with her young son and their cats.

  • Courtney Troy
    Dental Assistant

     Courtney has been a CDA for 12 years and hopes to further her career in the future. She grew up in Hiram and now lives in Aurora with her husband. Courtney loves her fur babies unconditionally!

  • Carmen Mormile
    Insurance Coordinator

    Carmen worked in banking for 8 years before joining the staff at SmileMakers. Carmen enjoys the challenge of ensuring patients have access to all their insurance benefits. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her grandson and Labrador Retriever “Mason.”

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