Meet Dr. Kimberly Jones-Rudolph
"I am attentive to the best technology and treatment philosophy in orthodontics and offer a specified treatment approach best tailored for each patient and their smile."
Dr. Kimberly Jones-Rudolph graduated with Clinical Honors from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine with her Doctorate of Dental Surgery and was honored to be selected to research specific areas of oral health at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Jones-Rudolph completed three years of orthodontic specialty training and her PhD studies at the University of Tennessee. In addition to her doctorate degrees, she also has a Master's in Public Health and a Master's in Healthcare Administration.
Prior to joining our practice in 2007, Dr. Jones-Rudolph taught as a faculty member at the University of Tennessee and the University of Florida. She has lectured extensively and still holds an appointment as Courtesy Faculty at the University of Florida.
Dr. Jones-Rudolph is a former Peace Corps volunteer who continues to be active in all facets of community service. She is Vice-President of the Board for Smiles Change Lives, a non-profit organization that works to provide orthodontic care to children who cannot otherwise afford it. She has been a Girl Scout leader for the past three years and has coached local youth soccer multiple times. Her husband is a periodontist in Chester County where they live with their three children and two black labs.