Andalusia, Alabama

Jon D. Ward, DMD

Jon D. Ward, DMD

406 E 3 Notch St, #E
Andalusia, AL 36420
(334) 222-4222
Jon D. Ward, DMD, Dentists, Health and Beauty, Andalusia, Alabama

Jon D. Ward, DMD, has provided cutting-edge dental care for the Andalusia, AL, community since 1987. Their comfortable office staff welcomes patients immediately, whether new or returning, ensuring they feel comfortable and at ease. Exuding kindness and respect, the team knows your time is valuable, and makes every effort to simplify appointment scheduling, reduce wait times, and ensure a pleasant experience.

Offering a wide range of preventative, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry, the office of Jon D. Ward, DMD, provides oral care for people with all types of dental needs. They are equipped with the latest in dental technology, and provide implants, crowns, bridges, periodontal care, endodontic care, and veneers—whether you’re preserving your natural teeth or looking for excellent restorations, you’ll get the care you require. Most major insurances and other forms of payment are accepted.

Dr. Jon Ward himself is a lifelong resident of Alabama, growing up in Enterprise and frequently passing through Andalusia. Graduating with his DMD from the University of Alabama School of Dentistry in 1987 and the William C. Strupp Postgraduate School of Dentistry, he hasn’t stopped learning and continues to stay aware of new and improved dental techniques. Ongoing education and interest in dental industry developments is an absolute must in his practice and an important part of how he provides the best care.

When you step through the doors at the office of Jon D. Ward, DMD, you’re family. To set up a dentist appointment at their Andalusia, AL-based office, give them a call at (334) 222-4222 or book online.

Announcements & Events from Jon D. Ward, DMD
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3 Ways Oral Piercings Can Impact Your Dental Health, Andalusia, Alabama
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A Popcorn Lover's Guide to Oral Care, Andalusia, Alabama
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Most people grew up with the notion that they need to visit the dentist at least twice a year, but is this age-old adage really true? Before you schedule your next dental appointment...read more
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Gum disease is one of the most damaging oral health conditions and comes in several phases. Each introduces a new category of harmful side effects, which is why the staff at Jon D. W...read more
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The majority of dentists recommend visiting their office once or twice a year. During these checkups, your dental health professional will perform a deep teeth cleaning and evaluate ...read more
Missing teeth don’t just impair smiles—they can negatively affect a person’s bite, cause misalignment, and trigger gum health problems. But even though natural teeth cannot grow back...read more
The dazzling white smiles that are ubiquitous in Hollywood are actually more attainable than you think. Many celebrities simply have veneers or Lumineers, which are thin, porcelain o...read more
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If you’re not happy with the appearance of your smile, cosmetic dentistry offers solutions. Whether your teeth are missing, damaged, or stained, an expert in cosmetic and restor...read more
Gum disease might not seem like an imminent threat to your overall health, but when bacteria invade the oral cavity, the entire body pays for it. When the teeth aren’t brushed, floss...read more
Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a bacterial infection caused by the buildup of plaque between the gums and teeth. If left untreated, it can eventually lead to toot...read more
A cavity occurs when bacteria in your mouth creates an acid and eats away at your teeth. This can lead to pain, infection, and even tooth loss if left untreated. According to Dr. Jon...read more
Losing one or more permanent teeth can affect a person both cosmetically and functionally, and requires dental action. While the nature of an individual’s tooth loss and financi...read more
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