Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics believes in an open door policy. We invite parents to come on in and be part of the experience. We teach children how to properly care for their teeth while they learn that going to the dentist can be FUN.
We had two incredible patients come through the other day and their mother was sweet enough to send us some photos along with a thank you note. It has made our morning. Just another reason why we love our patients! “Dr. Moore, Thank you for being the best dentist doctor for my two kids. They [...]
Dr. Moore will be out of the office on November 8th and 9th. He will be attending a continuing education class to learn of the new advances in dentistry and orthodontics.
Starting in mid-September we will have a new call center. Our call center will be dedicated to answering your calls so we can quickly answer any questions or concerns.
We could not be more proud of Lindsay and Matthew Moore, both former patients of ours!! Their mom Lisa was kind enough to send us an email with this note attached. “We started with Dr. Moore in 1995 when Matthew was just 4 yrs old and Lindsay was 7. Today, Lindsay is going into her [...]
Your Child and Cheese Did you know recent research shows cheese is one of the healthiest snacks for your child’s teeth? In addition to providing large amounts of much-needed calcium, cheese also does its part to fight cavities. For more resourceful tips vsit: www.aapd.org
It’s back-to-school across America!! You’ve packed away your childrens’ swim suits and bought new backpacks…you’ve sharpened their pencils and visited their pediatricians…but have they seen their dentist yet?? A dental check-up should be a part of the back to school checklist Tooth decay is still the most common chronic disease in US children according to [...]
The YMCA is having YCommunity Starfish Academy Site Tours and Family Cook-Outs. Download the letter (Adobe PDF) to learn more. YMCA_Letter
Attention everyone! Drumroll, please!! We would like to congratulate Michael Hagwood for his accomplishments in baseball. Michael is a high school junior and plays on the varsity team in right field and as a designated hitter. And although he cannot hear the crack of the bat when he hits the ball, he does not let [...]