Dr. Jonathan C. Waldron, D.M.D., P.C.
Duke University / University of Florida School of Dentistry
After graduating from Duke University in 1966, Dr. Jonathan Waldron earned his Navy Wings in January of 1968. After a combat tour of duty in Vietnam he was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal and three Air Medals. He finished his flying career at NAS Guantanomo Bay, Cuba as a station pilot and Personnel Officer of the Naval Air Station.
Upon leaving active duty, Dr. Waldron graduated from the University of Florida School of Dentistry and served four years as a dental officer in the Naval Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan and then at NAS Atlanta. While in private practice, Dr. Waldron has served as Commanding Officer of three Reserve Dental and Medical Units, the last of which was involved in Desert Storm.
Now a retired Navy Reserve Captain, Dr. Waldron has been practicing in Marietta for over thirty years, including the last twelve with his oldest son, Blair.
His daughter, Ashley, is a fine art photographer who has trained in New York City, Cortona, Italy, and has a B.F.A. from the University of Georgia. She specializes in interiors, events, commercial projects, and children's portraiture (www.awhphotoanddesign.com). His youngest sons are students at Dickerson Middle and Walton High School. His brother is a retired Delta Captain living in Waleska, GA.
Dr. Waldron and his wife Janet live in East Cobb. She operates The Dental Staff School, a ten-week vocational program for dental assistants (www.dentalstaffschool.com).