Meet Dr. Charlie Ward, DDS
I feel very fortunate to be in a profession that allows me to support the health and self esteem of our patients. Working with so many unique people gives me a better perspective from which to listen to my patients’ needs. I love the technical and creative parts of dentistry and the artistry it often requires, and I love the personal relationships I am able to build with my patients.
My patients deserve the best dental care, and the education I received enables me to provide that. I attended the University of Maryland where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 2004. I continued on at the University of Maryland Baltimore College of Dental Surgery and earned my Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2008. Additionally, I have taken courses at the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education to ensure that my patients receive the most up-to-date care possible and have been certified by Invisalign.
I am originally from North East, Maryland and now live in the Towson area with my wife, Melody and our son Cyrus. When I’m not in the office, I can be found playing golf or fishing. I also love to play the guitar and was in an all-dentist band called Incisal Edge!
“I love the personal relationships I am able to build with my patients.”
Meet The Dentists
Dr. Ward, my appointment with you last week literally changed my life. I no longer spend my days and nights aware of my teeth and where to bite or chew. I’m even sleeping better. You are a brilliant artist and I so appreciate your work!Marjorie, Towson
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The airborne particles from the flush can travel up to a distance of 6 feet. Yuck!
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