Dr. Ronald Wolf

DDS: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 1994

MS: Graduate Program in Endodontics and certificate in endodontics The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 1996-1998

Advanced Education: Ohio State College of Dentistry, Columbus, OH 1996-1998

BS: Biology, physiology and pre-professional, University of Akron, Akron, OH 1990

Professional Membership: American Association of Endodontists, Ohio Association of Endodontists, American Dental Association, Akron Dental Society

Received the Callahan Memorial Student Award for outstanding scholastic achievement from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 1994

Advanced Training in Endodontics:

  • Precision-Based EndodonticsDr. Kenneth Koch/EndoSequence-Brassler USA.
  • The Art of EndodonticsDr. L Stephan Buchanan/ Dental Education Laboratories, Santa Barbara, California.
  • American Association of Endodontists: Annual Continuing Education Conferences in all facets of Endodontics.
  • Advanced Endondontics: One-on-one, hands on training with Dr. Cliff Ruddle ofAdvanced Endodontics in Santa Barbara, California. Dr. Ruddle is the inventor and developer of the Protaper Rotary File System, EndoActivator System and Sine Ultrasonic Instruments.
  • Endodontic Practice Mastery: “The Ultimate Mastery Course for Endodontists.”Dr. Ace Goerig, Seattle, Washington.

Dr. Wolf and his wife Karen live in Richfield, Ohio. They have four beautiful children: R.J. was born in May, 2005 and their triplets, Olivia, Addison, and Dylan, were born in January, 2009.  The Wolf family has recently added to their family by adopting a rescue dog named Ross.  As a family they enjoy visiting amusement parks, hiking our stunning Cuyahoga Valley National Parks, and playing games and sports.

Dr. Wolf grew up with strong family values in Bedford, Ohio with his parents and four brothers. At age 9 he started playing bass and banjo in the family band, “The Wolf Band”, which formed a modest local following at weddings and festivals. Keep an eye out for opportunities to listen to him perform Motown, oldies, polkas and waltzes; as the band still manages to make a few yearly appearances.

Dr. Wolf is an avid fan of his alumni sports teams including the St. Ignatius Wildcats and Ohio State Buckeyes.  Despite it not always being easy, he also remains faithful to the Cleveland Browns.  Along with the rest of Northeast Ohio, he was overjoyed with both the Cleveland Cavaliers 2016 Championship Title and the American League championship winning Cleveland Indians! Dr. Wolf also enjoys playing sand volleyball, and plays in a weekly league as well as tournament fund raisers.

In 2005 Dr. Wolf was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Lymphoma and completed his treatment just in time to welcome his first child, RJ, into the world.  In celebration of 10 years of health, and in honor of the medical team that saved his life and all of those still fighting their battles, Dr. Wolf led a team of friends and family to raise over $150,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. He was honored to be named “2015 Man of the Year” for this accomplishment.   Dr. Wolf always wishes to express his gratitude to those who donate or help raise much needed funds to help find a cure for cancer.    To donate to the Northern Ohio Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society please visit www.lls.org/northern-ohio.