Karen-Lee Jones Stewart, DDS
Karen-Lee Jones Stewart, DDS








Our Practice

To experience the difference that results when a father and daughter, both University of Michigan School of Dentistry graduates team up, schedule your appointment with our office today!
 
 
  Dr. Lee W. Jones and Dr. Karen-Lee Jones Stewart


Dr. Karen-Lee Jones Stewart is uniquely trained and highly skilled because she not only holds credentials from one of the finest dental schools in the nation, but for decades, she practiced side-by-side with her father, Dr. Lee Jones.

For the 22 years that Drs. Jones and Stewart worked together, they delivered the highest quality dental care, utilizing the best in technology and materials. While the torch has been passed with Dr. Jones’ retirement in 2016, all of his experience and knowledge lives on in Dr. Stewart's practice. Today, Dr. Stewart and her staff continue to provide unparalleled service to each patient.

More About Dr. Lee Jones

Lee Jones, born in Flint, Michigan, attended Hillsdale College on an athletic scholarship. He graduated in 1957 with a bachelor of science in chemistry. He subsequently received a doctor of dental surgery degree in 1961 from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry.

After earning his dental degree, Jones opened a private practice in Ann Arbor and later became a minority admissions recruiter at the UofM School of Dentistry. Twenty-five years later and after 250 graduates he retired with the title of Director of Minority Affairs.

In March 2015, the Dr. Lee Jones Endowment for Dentistry Diversity was created at UofM in recognition of Dr. Jones’ 25 years of service as director of minority affairs. Funding was provided by a fellow alumni of the UofM School of Dentistry.

Other honors received by Dr. Jones from UofM include the Ida Gray Award. The award is presented each January to individuals who promote diversity at the School. In 2014, Dr. Jones was the recipient of the Alumni Society Board of Governors Distinguished Service Award. Established in 1985, the award recognizes and honors individuals who have contributed outstanding service either to the School or the profession of dentistry. During the ceremony, Dr. Jones said, “I have been very blessed to be at the School of Dentistry, as a student, an instructor, and director of minority affairs,” he said. “Nearly sixty after beginning my dental studies, I can still say, ‘I love dentistry’.”

Dr. Jones is a life member of Wolverine Dental Association, National Dental Association, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and the NAACP. He also holds life memberships in the Washtenaw District Dental Society, the Francis B. Vedder Crown and Bridge Society, the Michigan Dental Association, and the American Dental Association. In 2008, he received the Civil Rights Award from the National Dental Association.

Since retiring in 2016, Dr. Jones is enjoying retired life with his wife Lola.