Dr. David Jones is a 1984 graduate of The University of Louisville School of Dentistry. He then completed a Graduate Practice Residency Program at the Veterans Administrative Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky in 1985. He maintains a private practice in Louisville, where his emphasis is on aesthetic, implant and reconstructive dentistry.
He has served as a part-time Clinical Instructor in the Department of Diagnostic Sciences, Prosthetics and Restorative Dentistry at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry since 1987. He is currently involved in establishing an undergraduate Implant Program at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry. Dr. Jones has advanced training in the areas of Aesthetic, Reconstructive, and Implant Dentistry. In addition to hundreds of hours of additional post-graduate study, Dr. Jones has trained at the highly regarded Dawson Center for Advanced Dental Study. He has also trained and completed Continuum Levels !-VI and the Aesthetic Course at the prestigious L.D. Pankey Institute. Dr. Jones currently lectures nationally on topics of Comprehensive Treatment Planning, Aesthetic Dentistry, Complex Reconstructive, Implant Dentistry and the Straumann ITI Implant System.
Each year, Dr. Jones gives back to others by providing mission-oriented work around the globe. Because many people do not have access to quality dental care, Dr. Jones visits their communities. In 2003, he visited Bangalore, India to offer dental support. He and his fellow volunteers (including office staff) stayed for two weeks helping the people with basic and emergency dental care. He has also traveled and volunteered in Russia, Romania as well as opened his office for local mission work. Believing in the importance of keeping up on the latest concepts, techniques and trends in dentistry, Dr. Jones attends an average of 100 hours in Continuing Education per year. His lectures, presentations and hands-on seminars generate 50-70 more hours in training for other dentists seeking to improve their own skills. Dr. Jones is an active member of the following: