For the past 18 years, Dr. Moore has dedicated his career to making dental surgery as convenient and comfortable as possible for his patients. He has a passion for turning a procedure that is typically looked upon as unpleasant into a low-stress experience. He is partnered with over 90 dental practices in the DFW area, allowing thousands of patients to get the care they need without having to visit an unfamiliar office. To learn a little more about Dr. Moore and his background, read on below.
A note from a former patient...
Dear Dr. Moore,
My name is Corbet G., and back at the end of February, you came to Dr. Chandler's office where you extracted my wisdom teeth. I don't mind saying, I was very nervous. I'm 54 years old, and for my entire life, I have pretty much heard nothing but horror stories about getting wisdom teeth out. When I was 18, I remember one of my friends coming over with blood all over his T-shirt and his mouth extremely swollen right after he had his wisdom teeth out. That was 1985, but that image has always kind of haunted me. In addition, I've had routine dental work done at places where I experienced a lot of pain, and the dentist seemed able to do nothing about it. That made me pretty frightened when it came time to get my wisdom teeth out--wondering what was getting ready to happen. When you told me it would be the best dental visit I've ever had and that it would only take about 20 minutes, I was skeptical but felt a little better. You did exactly everything you said you would do, and it was exactly what you said. It was for sure the easiest dental visit I ever had! There was zero pain anytime during the procedure and zero pain anytime after. I never even had so much as a twinge of pain at any time. I also never encountered any swelling at all that I could notice. It was an unbelievable experience for me. People I work with have had a hard time believing it could have gone so well, but it did exactly that, and I can testify to it. I know you probably do this so many times that it's routine for you, but for me, you were a difference maker. I just wanted to say thank you. That doesn't happen effortlessly. You spent a lot of years training and practicing, and you put in a lot of time and very hard work to become the doctor you are. You are a true master at what you do. I'm so grateful to have been your patient when my teeth needed to be removed. I would have never worried over the past 36 years had I known what you proved to me. I'm just so thankful for both you and for Dr. Chandler. You are both great men to me.
Thanks so much,
Where did Dr. Moore
Dr. Moore completed his undergraduate education at the University of Texas at Austin before earning his D.D.S. degree at the Baylor College of Dentistry in 2002. This was followed by a one-year General Practice Residency at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Dr. Moore went on to serve as the Chief of Dentistry at Medical City Hospital in Dallas from 2005 to 2018.
Dr. Moore is a Fellow of the American Association of Hospital Dentistry, a Master in the College of Sedation, and has been inducted into the American College of Dentists and International College of Dentists as a Fellow. He is currently serving as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Today, Dr. Moore frequently lectures on oral surgery, sedation, and in-office emergency treatment for general dentists.
Dr. Moore has a strong passion for organized dentistry, serving as a member of the Texas Dental Association, and he is a past President of the Dallas Chapter of the Academy of General Dentistry. He was honored to be nominated as both the 2009 “New Dentist of the Year” and the 2017 “Dentist of the Year” by the Texas Academy of General Dentistry. He is currently on the board of directors of the Texas Academy of General Dentistry and served as their President from 2019-2020. Recently, he completed a four-year assignment as the American Dental Association’s representative to the Council on Dental Education and Licensure Anesthesiology committee.
What does Dr. Moore like to do outside the dental office?
Dr. Moore and his wife, Michelle, have been married for 20 years, and they are the proud parents of a daughter, Macy, and a son, Bryce. They are an active family who enjoy playing hockey and soccer and spending the summers wake surfing. Outside of his family and dentistry, hockey is Dr. Moore's biggest love, and he considers himself to be a long-standing NHL free agent (though for some reason, they never seem to call)!
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