Meet Dr. Charlie Ward

Dr. Charlie Ward   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.

Education

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.

Family Life

I am originally from North East, Maryland and now live in the Towson area with my wife, Melody and our sons Cyrus and Lucas. 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!

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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

Dental Hints

You should not keep your toothbrush near a toilet.

The airborne particles from the flush can travel up to a distance of 6 feet. Yuck!

Dental News

Electric brush vs. manual brush

We are always asked about the difference between a manual brush and an electric brush. Is it really better to use an electric brush? Absolutely! Your hand will never be as fast as the electric brush no matter how much you exercise. It is always obvious to us who is...

In response to the Associated Press article about dental flossing.

A recent article from the Associated Press indicating that there is little evidence to support flossing has caused a lot of ripples among dental professionals and patients alike. Flossing has been recommended by the Surgeon General since 1979 . However since the...