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Dr. David Moore

 

About Dr. David Moore

 

Dr. David Moore is a pediatric dentist in Charlotte NC, and owner of Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry. For over 25 years he has worked to promote healthy lifestyles for children and their families, and has continued to improve the smiles of children across the Charlotte region.

 

A 1986 graduate of the North Carolina School of Dentistry, Dr. Moore went on to attain a Master of Science degree as well as a certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Pediatric Dentistry at The Ohio State University in 1988. Dr. Moore is currently a member of the American Dental Association, the North Carolina Dental Society, the Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry and the Southwestern Society of Pediatric Dentistry.

 

Patient Reviews

  • “ Dr Moore was wonderful and very patient. Loved this visit and highly recommend to anyone looking for a great pediatric dentist! ”

    Harper R.Gastonia
  • “ Dr. Moore is friendly and has a way with younger patients that makes them relaxed and calm. Before you know it he has completed the task. I also appreciate how he constantly tells you what he is going to do and how it will feel. I think this casual approach is ideal for younger patients. ”

    Sydney R.Cotswold
  • “ My son is 13 and has been going to Dr. Moores office since he was 3. We've never once had a poor experience. The office staff is always pleasant and highly efficient. I would definitively recommend you to my friends and family! ”

    Terri M.Davidson
  • “ Great team! You keep us inform about appointments all the time. Dr. Moore, great human being and professional in all the extension of the word. ”

    Jennifer D.Midtown Charlotte
Dr. David Moore participating in community event.

Community Involvement

Adjunct Professor - Outside of managing the five locations of Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Moore is an adjunct professor for the UNC School of Dentistry, Department of Pediatric Dentistry and he provides lectures at many regional and national societies and organizations.

The Moore Family Fund: “Dr. David Moore is a generous friend of the UNC School of Dentistry, establishing an endowed fund in 1999 to provide library and office support to pediatric dentistry residents, and creating another endowed fund in 2016 that will provide critical financial aid to residents in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry. In addition, David has contributed to a fund honoring his dental mentor, Dr. Bill Vann, and to other funds that help ensure Carolina Dentistry’s excellence. We’re fortunate indeed to count David as a generous alumnus of the school.”

- Paul Gardner, Associate Dean for Advancement
UNC School of Dentistry

Awards

Dear Dr. Moore,

Congratulations! You were named by our readers as a 2016 Mom-Approved Doctor.
Thank you for all that you do to help moms, dads and children in our community.

Sincerely,

Michele Huggins
Editor
Charlotte Parent Magazine

Blog

Happy Holidays from Dr. David Moore

Happy Holidays from Dr. David Moore

As the year wraps up, I want to look back on the 12 months and wish all of our patients and their families a happy holiday season.

Happy Holidays from Dr. David Moore
Meet the Doctors of Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry

Meet the Doctors of Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry

They say when you love what you do, it’s not work. This applies for when you enjoy the people you work with, too.

Meet the Doctors of Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry
A Letter For Our Times from Dr. David Moore, DDS.

A Letter For Our Times from Dr. David Moore, DDS.

This year has presented the Charlotte community, and American society as a whole, with two enormous challenges.

A Letter For Our Times from Dr. David Moore, DDS.
Dental Safety in the Age of Covid-19

Dental Safety in the Age of Covid-19

Whether you’re taking your child to their usual dentist or looking to find a new pediatric dentist, it’s important to know how dental practices are operating throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.

Dental Safety in the Age of Covid-19
History of the Tooth Fairy

History of the Tooth Fairy

This tradition of the Tooth Fairy is so common in the United States, but have you ever wondered where it began?

History of the Tooth Fairy
Are artificial sweeteners bad for your teeth?

Are artificial sweeteners bad for your teeth?

It is well known that sugar is bad for teeth because of the bacteria it breeds. However, most people are unsure how artificial sweeteners affect teeth.

Are artificial sweeteners bad for your teeth?

Contact

If you have any question, please e-mail us without hesitation. We will reply you as quickly as we can.

Phone : 704-377-3687

Website : http://www.cltpediatricdentistry.com