Dr. Jennifer Stafford received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry in May of 2008. She began practicing dentistry in Fort Atkinson in July 2008 following graduation.

Dr. Stafford is a member of the following organizations:

  • American Dental Association
  • Wisconsin Dental Association
  • Jefferson County Dental Society (past president)
  • International Association of Orthodontics
  • Academy of General Dentistry – AGD (2016 Fellow)
  • International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics – ICCMO (2016 Fellow)
  • American Laser Study Club
  • Academy of Laser Dentistry

Dr. Jennifer Stafford is currently focusing much of her practice toward orthodontics, laser dentistry, the treatment of jaw joint and orofacial pain disorders, and sleep disordered breathing. In May 2013, Dr. Stafford completed a TMD, Occlusion, and Orofacial Pain mini-residency program through the Center for Occlusal Studies. In 2016 she was recognized as a certified VIVOS provider for the treatment of TMD and sleep apnea, received her fellowship award in the AGD, and received her fellowship award in ICCMO.

Dr. Stafford and her husband, Erik, live in Jefferson with their two school age children. Dr. Stafford and her family are outdoor enthusiasts and love staying active. Together they enjoy all Wisconsin has to offer: boating, fishing, hunting, kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking, four-wheeling, running, biking, swimming, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and much more.

Personal Note from Dr. Stafford:

“I am so blessed to be able to work in a field I absolutely love! I enjoy the process of learning the latest Dentistry has to offer, and consider myself a “continuing education junkie.” It is extremely fulfilling for me to be able to integrate what I have learned so I can provide my patients with the best possible care. Dentistry has given me the unique opportunity to get to know my patients on an individual level and care for them and their families over the course of their lives. I look forward to this level of interaction every day, and am grateful for the trust my patients place in me and my care.”