Windham County Dental Center

Full-service Dental Center for residents of Windham County.

Established by a partnership between Brattleboro Memorial and United Way of Windham County, the Windham County Dental Center proudly opened its doors in 2019. After years of preparation and collaboration with the community, all residents of Windham County now have access to high quality oral care. Our team of highly experienced oral professionals ensure that our patients recieve the appropriate amount of attention and care that they require to restore or maintain a healthy mouth. Our friendly volunteers and staff provide a warm, welcoming environment for all ages to feel comfortable when they visit our office. We are dedicated and passionate about helping alleviate the barriers between Windham County residents and affordable dental care, to provide everyone in Windham County with excellent, life-long oral treatment.

Please call us at (802) 490 - 2923 if you are interested in speaking with someone about scheduling an appointment or learning more about us.

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Dental Center Staff

Dentist: Dr. Robert Ruhl

Volunteers: Mary, Ginger

Debbie Cloutier
Office Manager

Debbie joins the United Way of Windham County with 16 years of previous experience working and managing a dental practice. Upon joining the United Way she was tasked with opening Windham County Dental Center – an exciting, challenging task that she enthusiastically took on. 
Debbie has spent most of her life living in and around Cheshire County, New Hampshire. In her spare time, she enjoys antiquing, crafting, playing with her dog, Mishka, and spending time with her granddaughter. 
Come meet Debbie and experience her wealth of knowledge, professionalism, and unwavering kindness she shows to everyone she meets.


Sharon A. Johnson


Sharon has worked in the dental profession in Southern Vermont for the past 20 years. Her goal is to make everyone at ease in the dental office. Sharon brings enthusiasm and excitement to the patient experience. She enjoys the beaches in Maine, reading, and gardening. 




Mary C. Joyce


Mary has been in the dental field since 2003 starting as a dental assistant. She graduated from Vermont Technical College with a hygiene degree in 2010. she became an Expanded Function Dental Assistant in 2014. Her passion is to help dental patients achieve a state of optimal oral health. Mary has called Southern Vermont her home since 1996 where she loves to be outside skiing, biking or gardening with her husband and dogs.