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Dr. David Moore's Guide for Parents: Oral Safety

Dr. David Moore's Guide for Parents: Oral Safety

When it comes to your children’s oral safety and health, there are a lot of elements to consider, some of which you may not think of until a need or situation arises. Dr. David Moore has seen a variety of pediatric oral health cases in his Charlotte patients.
Choosing a Pediatric Dentist

Choosing a Pediatric Dentist

More than anything else, Dr. David Moore judges his success as a Charlotte pediatric dentist by the smiles of his patients and the words of his patients’ parents. He also knows that he is not the only one who uses those as measurements of quality.
Getting to Know Dr. David Moore

Getting to Know Dr. David Moore

Pediatric dentistry requires additional training (beyond general dentistry schooling), a passion for helping kids achieve and maintain good oral health, and a patient and approachable temperament. In short, it’s not for everyone.
Dr. David Moore - You're Only As Good As Your Team

Dr. David Moore - You're Only As Good As Your Team

Finding a team for a pediatric dentist office can be a challenge. The people you bring in must first and foremost be qualified and skilled in the field, especially when talking about the pediatric specialty. They must be passionate about providing quality care and also truly excited to work with children.
Dr. David Moore - Committed to Giving Back

Dr. David Moore - Committed to Giving Back

True excellence in this pediatric dentistry requires going the extra mile in the community. That’s exactly the approach of Dr. David Moore.
Why Dr. David Moore Chose Pediatric Dentistry

Why Dr. David Moore Chose Pediatric Dentistry

In order for Dr. David Moore to focus on pediatric practice, rather than general dentistry, it required extra schooling, patience, and maybe even a little extra joy.
Dr. David Moore and Partnerships for Pediatric Smiles

Dr. David Moore and Partnerships for Pediatric Smiles

Building trust as a pediatric dentist is a responsibility Dr. David Moore doesn’t take lightly. Through his years of experience, he also knows it’s not something he can do alone.
My Child is Afraid of the Dentist...Now What?

My Child is Afraid of the Dentist...Now What?

 In my last blog, I talked about four ways you can help build trust with a pediatric dentist. The information is helpful for parents of young children as they prepare for the first visit or for parents whose children have had positive dental experiences. But, neither of those situations describe every child. What if your child has already had a negative visit to the dentist or has inherited fear? Even with a formed perspective on dental visits, it is still possible to help ease your ch...
Four Ways to Build Trust With Your Child’s Dentist

Four Ways to Build Trust With Your Child’s Dentist

It’s crucial to your child’s oral health to form a good relationship with a pediatric dentist. By visiting early (as soon as the first tooth appears or by the first birthday), you will be creating a healthy routine your child will maintain into adolescence and adulthood. The more you work to encourage a friendly, comfortable relationship between your child and the dentist, the more likely your child will have positive formative experiences with good oral hygiene. Here are four ways t...
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