About Dentist Jared Anderson


Dr. Jared Anderson, dentistDr. Jared Anderson is a native of Bend, OR. Dr. Jared Anderson, DDS, grew up in Bend and graduated from Bend High School. The future dentist went on to graduate from Linfield College in 1995, then earned a doctor of dental surgery degree from Case Western Reserve University in 2002.

Dr. Jared Anderson operated a solo dental practice in southern Oregon after graduation. He did this for a good 12 years before moving back to Bend to be closer to family, as well as return to this beautiful country and lifestyle only central Oregon has to offer.

Dr. Anderson is an avid and competitive paraglider and recently became the USA paragliding champion in 2016!  He also set an Oregon state distance record in paragliding from Pine Mountain to just past Steens Mountain….145 miles! (Link shows distance in Google Maps.) No, the good doctor does not practice both at the same time.

Dr. Anderson, DDS, is an expert in creating healthy smiles using only the latest in training and tech. Dr. Jared Anderson has completed hundreds of hours of postdoctoral continuing education, including advanced courses in cosmetic dentistry, conscious sedation, and dental implants. He is also a leader in the use of CEREC technology, which enables Dr. Anderson to save his patients time and money by allowing him to deliver beautiful all-ceramic crowns in a single, short appointment. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, the Oregon Dental Association, and the Central Oregon Dental Society.

 

When not practicing dentistry, Dr. Anderson enjoys spending time with Lucas, his son, traveling to new places and taking part in any of the outdoor activities there. Dr. Anderson’s favorites are sailing, skiing, snowboarding, rafting and hiking that are offered in this beautiful area. His favorite vacation spot is in the Dominican Republic. While lots of people love the currency differential, Dr. Jared Anderson uses it to build better teeth and give dental care to those who otherwise wouldn’t have it.