About Your Dentist
Dr. Huda Aljonaidy, DDS, D-ABDSM graduated second in her class from the University of Jordan, where she studied Dental Medicine, in 2005. She completed her residency in Advanced Education General Dentistry (AEGD) for Geriatric and Special Needs and Complex Dental Cases at Nova Southeastern University in 2011. She has also completed two years of Advanced Prosthodontics Training and Digital Smile Design training at New York University College of Dentistry, where she learned to go beyond conventional dentistry and provide patients with a smile that reflects their own personality. Dr. Aljonaidy goes beyond the 30 required training hours set annually by the American Dental Board and received more than 400 hours of training in 2022 alone. In 2021, the Doctor became a Diplomat with the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Aljonaidy has been practicing dentistry in Volusia County since 2011, during which she has treated more than 9,000 patients and educated them about their oral health. Her scope of practice ranges from limited emergency to complex oral rehabilitation cases. She is certified to administer Botox and other fillers to treat TMJ, gum disease, and improve facial aesthetics. She is also certified as a Preferred Provider for Invisalign. Her combined experiences both abroad and here in Florida have made her a well-rounded dentist with the ability to successfully improve the oral health of any patient she sees.
Outside of work, Dr. Aljonaidy is a loving wife and dedicated mother of four. She loves to invite people into her home and cook and enjoys bike riding as her “me time.” She enjoys giving motivational speeches to mothers who are struggling to balance their personal goals and family demands. Deeply rooted in her community, she supports several religious groups and non-profit organizations through charitable contributions. She also volunteers her dental services at domestic abuse shelters as well as to Veterans groups. She enjoys any opportunity to give back to her community and spread awareness of oral health concerns.