As a young man living in the rolling hills of Missouri, Dr. Wolff was taught by his father in the construction field to work hard. When visiting his orthodontist, he recalled how the doctor, being well educated, worked smart. Dr. Wolff was inspired to combine the efforts of working hard and working smart and decided to go to dental school. Dr. Wolff attended and graduated from Washington University School of Dental Medicine in 1988. He was awarded for the “Highest performance in the overall field of Restorative Dentistry” and awarded for “Dentistry and Excellence in Crown and Bridge.” The contrast in the weather changes in Missouri caused him to want to go to a warmer climate. He received the Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners Certificate in 1988. He has been practicing in Arizona ever since.
Dr. Wolff and his wife, Lisa, have four wonderful boys: Clint, Kyle, Jordan, and Wyatt. Dr. Wolff enjoys most outdoor activities. His hobbies include scouting, hunting, fishing, golfing, and coaching. Dr. Wolff is involved in the community and in his children’s lives by coaching for his son’s soccer and baseball teams. He has been a scout leader for many years.
“I enjoy the variety of dental services I am able to provide to my patients from simple fillings to implants to restorations. There is a science and an art to dentistry. I love to mix the two together and perform procedures to enhance and regain confidence in individuals. I gain great satisfaction from helping others.”