Todd Rasch, DDS, MS
Every time I see one of my patients out in public smiling back at me, it makes me smile too. I chose to become an orthodontist because it is such a rewarding profession that allows me to improve peoples’ lives by transforming their smile. The best part about my job is getting to know the patients and their families throughout this process. I have the best patients around, and I love the connections that are made as I learn about my patients’ interests and life happenings.
In the Practice
I take great pride in my work, and it is very important to me that your end result is a beautiful smile that you have always wanted. Along with my entire staff, we are committed to giving you the highest quality of care and service every time you visit. We want you to enjoy your time as a patient here, so we have created an office atmosphere that is both relaxing and fun. We promise you will be in a good mood when you leave!
Education and Continuing Education
I received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1996, and continued my education at the UW with a Master of Science in 1999.
After working in the pharmaceutical industry for a few years, I decided that I needed to pursue a profession that was more hands-on and would allow me to have a more direct impact on peoples’ lives. I attended Marquette University School of Dentistry and graduated at the top of my class in 2006. I went on to specialize in orthodontics at the University of Iowa and received my certificate and master’s degree in orthodontics in 2008.
One of the many reasons I love orthodontics is that it allows me to be a lifelong learner. I dedicate myself to staying on top of the most recent advances in orthodontics so I can provide the best and most innovative treatment to my patients. In addition to traditional braces, I am also a certified Invisalign® and Invisalign Teen® provider. Lastly, I am a Board Certified Orthodontist. A board certified orthodontist has successfully completed a voluntary, rigorous written and clinical examination process through The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO). ABO certification is recognized throughout the world as representing the highest level of commitment to orthodontic patient care.
Another way I stay connected with my profession is through teaching. I spend a day each week as an associate professor in the Department of Orthodontics at Marquette University.
Outside of the Office
I am proud to make my home in Pewaukee. My family and I love Pewaukee’s vibrant character and its beautiful lakeside setting, but most of all we chose to live and work here because of the wonderful people that make up the community.
I have been married to my wife Ellen since 2002, and we have two wonderful children, Eden and Wesley. We enjoy traveling as a family and being involved in our children’s long list of activities. In my free time, you will find me outdoors! I love downhill skiing, working on landscaping projects, and going on bike rides.