Dr. Christopher Rouse is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. He received his Bachelor of Science in Spanish and played for the Men’s Soccer Team at Brigham Young University. His Doctor of Medical Dentistry (DMD) degree was completed at the Medical College of Georgia. While in dental school, Dr. Rouse published several research articles and served in a national position with the American Student Dental Association.
At the completion of dental school, he attended a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency program at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where he gained experience with advanced oral and periodontal surgery, including the surgical placement of dental implants. He also gained valuable experience in pediatric dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and the treatment of medically compromised patients. He has been in private practice here in Greenville since 2001. Dr. Rouse is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), South Carolina Dental Association (SCDA), The Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), and a student of the Pankey Institute in Key Biscayne, FL. Dr. Rouse has a strong focus on treating patients with complex dental needs.
His main hobby is spending time with his wife, Leslie, and their three active boys and two girls. His girls Brynn and Ashlyn were adopted from China and Charleston respectively.Dr. Rouse is an Eagle Scout and a former Scout Master. He enjoys serving at church, playing soccer, backpacking, mountain biking, anything outdoors, and woodworking.
Dr. Rouse has taken several dental service mission trips to Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Ecuador with his children. He is continually trying to perfect his joke-telling skills, so if you have any good clean ones, he would love to hear them.
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Dr. Khan is a native of Karachi, Pakistan – however after her move to The United States she calls Fayetteville, GA her home. Dr. Khan wanted to be a dentist since she was 13 because she loved the fact that a dentist can help people smile again. After her bachelors at the University of Georgia she went to Virginia Commonwealth University to receive her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree. At VCU she received the United Concordia Dental Scholarship in 2019, and General Scholarships during the years 2018 and 2017. She loves providing dental care involving complex restorative work such as fillings, crowns, bridges, and veneers. She also understands that there are times to help a patient get out of pain by providing necessary dental care such as extractions and root canal therapies.
Dr. Khan came to understand the lack of care that exists in an underprivileged community as she grew up in a third world country. She strongly believes in giving back to the community and has tried to do so by participating in community programs such as Mission of Mercy Projects in Virginia and Georgia, Give Kids a Smile Day at VCU, an international dental trip to Jamaica and Dentistry from the Heart.
Dr. Khan married her childhood friend Ebad. In her free time, she loves to cook traditional Pakistani cuisine and likes to experiment with it by introducing western cuisine cooking style into it. Her favorite show to binge watch is The Office.