Dr. Gordon L. Roberts
Dr. Roberts has provided high quality pediatric dental care since 1988. He obtained his BSc from Carleton University in 1980, his DDS from McGill University in 1984 and his Master's Degree and certificate in Pediatric Dentistry from Ohio State University in 1988.
Dr. Roberts completed a general practice residency at Montreal Children's Hospital and a pediatric dental residency at Columbus Children's Hospital / Ohio State University.
Dr. Roberts is a member of the Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Canadian Dental Association, the Ontario Dental Association and the Ottawa Dental Society. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in 2005.
He has provided comprehensive dental care for children in the Ottawa area since 1991.
Dr. Ngoc Luong
Dr. Ngoc Luong has been a valued member of the Woodroffe Pediatric Dentistry team since January 2011. She completed her residency in pediatric dentistry at the University of Toronto, where she obtained her M.Sc. and pediatric specialty.
Dr. Luong graduated in dentistry, also from the University of Toronto, in 1999. Following her graduation, she associated as a general dentist in several dental offices in Ottawa. In addition, she has worked in Northwestern Ontario, providing care for First Nations patients.
Dr. Luong is on staff at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario where she provides care in the dental clinic.
When not practicing dentistry, she enjoys traveling, particularly with other members of her family.
Dr. Arlene Martin
Dr. Arlene Martin joined Woodroffe Pediatric Dentistry in February 2015. She is the daughter of parents who emigrated from the West Indies to the United States in order to achieve better opportunities for themselves and their children. They instilled in her a desire to prevail and to help as many people as possible.
After graduating from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Martin completed a General Practice Residency and subsequently joined the United States Public Health Service where she worked for two years as a dental surgeon providing care to the Native American population in New Mexico. It was there that she realized the true joy of working with children. Subsequently, Dr. Martin completed the pediatric dental residency program at The Albert Einstein School of Medicine. This residency program gave her the opportunity to learn from specialists in the field of pediatric dentistry and to gain a tremendous amount of experience while working in a very diverse community. Dr. Martin provides a vast amount of pediatric dental health knowledge and ethical work attitude.