Dr. Jerry Sparks

Meet Dr. Sparks

Dr. Jerry Spark, dentist in Paradise Valley AZDr. Sparks has been practicing family and cosmetic dentistry in the Phoenix area for over 30 years.   He is married with four grown children, three daughter-in-laws, one son-in-law and eight grandchildren.   He enjoys hiking, flying the plane he built in his back yard, woodworking, welding, and riding his motorcycle.

Dr Sparks was born in Oklahoma City, he moved to Arizona in 1965.  After attending ASU and doing two tours of duty in the United States Army, he graduated from the University of Detroit School of Dentistry in 1975. He returned to Phoenix and established his dental practice in 1977.
In 2004 he was honored with the 101 Magazine’s People’s Choice Award for Top Dentists in Scottsdale and was voted as a Top Dentist in Phoenix Magazine.

He has been active in many dental associations including:

  • American Dental Association
  • AZ State Dental Association
  • Central AZ Dental Society
  • Past President of Central AZ Dental Society
  • Past President Elect of Central AZ Dental Society
  • Academy of RV Tucker Study Clubs
  • Past President of the Academy of RV Tucker Study Clubs
  • Paradise Valley Study Club
  • American Academy of Restorative Dentistry
  • Flying Dentists Association
  • International Congress of Oral Implantology
  • American Academy of Implant Dentistry
For more information about Dr. Jerry Sparks or to schedule a consultation with Drs. Lebowitz, Fialkoff & Sparks, call our office in Paradise Valley, AZ at Paradise Valley Dental Phone Number 480-998-7775.

He served as a volunteer at Saint Joseph’s Hospital’s Mercy Care Dental Center for ten years.  He also served on the Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners (BODEX). He’s worked at the Mission of Mercy event hosted by the Central Arizona Dental Society Foundation and the Arizona Dental Association.

 Photo of the Mission of Mercy event hosted by the Central Arizona Dental Society Foundation and the Arizona Dental Association.
 Photo of Dr. Jerry Sparks smiling with a dog

Arizona dentists give free care to low-income patients