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Jason Ford, DMD Wants to Give You a Healthy Smile

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Dr. Jason Ford began his journey into dentistry at Bellarmine University, where he graduated in 2007 before finishing out his education in 2011 at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry. After that, he completed a yearlong residency at University of Kentucky Hospital, and he’s been practicing ever since.

Now, Dr. Ford is one of our highly skilled Edgewood, KY dentists. A compassionate person by nature, Dr. Ford loves having the chance to interact with his patients every day. In fact, it’s one of the reasons he was inspired to pursue dentistry in the first place! Our patients at Edgewood Dental Care are glad he did thanks to his calm demeanor and caring personality.

As President of the Northern Kentucky Dental Society, Dr. Ford is dedicated to staying on the cutting edge of dental technology and current on the latest treatment techniques. His commitment to advanced, high-quality care, along with his approachable personality, help him earn the trust of our patients and do what he loves most, which is make your smile healthy again.

When Dr. Ford is not busy helping you have a healthier, more beautiful smile, he enjoys traveling with his family. But these days, Dr. Ford loves staying a bit closer to home so he and his wife can spend time with their new baby!

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