Elizabeth Winkler Jones, DMD

Elizabeth Winkler Jones, DMD

Elizabeth Winkler Jones, DMD

Board Eligible, American Board of Endodontics

Dr. Elizabeth Winkler Jones was born and raised in the suburbs of Boston. As the daughter of an endodontist, she spent many hours in her father’s practice and saw first hand that dentistry is about more than just teeth. From an early age, Dr. Jones understood that compassionate patient care coupled with exceptional technical skills was the key to a patient’s positive experience. These are the learned lessons that she brings with her to her own practice each day.

Dr. Jones earned her BA from Providence College with honors in 2002 and graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2010. While at Tufts, she was appointed as a teaching assistant in the Emergency Department, tutored undergraduates in preclinical labs and was awarded the Clinical Award for Excellence in Endodontics in her senior year. Directly after dental school, Dr. Jones began her residency in endodontics at Tufts University. She completed the program in 2012 and is currently a board eligible endodontist.

Dr. Jones is a member of the American Association of Endodontists, the American Dental Association, and the Massachusetts Dental Society. She also is also part-time clinical faculty member at Tufts University, teaching in the Post-doctoral Endodontics department. Outside of the office Dr. Jones loves to spend time with her husband, Kevin, and her two young children, Jacob and Violet.

"Hi Dr. Jones!! Omg so are you ready for this “is this normal” question? Since the lidocaine wore off yesterday, I have literally had zero pain, zero soreness, zero tenderness, my tooth feels solid as a rock (it used to feel a little loose before the retreatment), and my swelling is almost completely gone!

You are seriously an endodontic wizard. I cannot thank you enough for everything. I feel totally awesome.

You’re the coolest! I am so happy I decided to get this done with you. Don’t tell anyone this, but I think I might have actually had a little fun.

— Pepe A.