Dr. Daniel Moore is a North Carolina native, growing up in a small town near Winston-Salem. Dr. Moore graduated as valedictorian from NC State University with dual degrees in Computer and Electrical Engineering and worked at Cary Academy in the Information Services department.
He then attended UNC School of Dentistry at Chapel Hill where he was the recipient of the American College of Prosthodontics award and graduated with honors.
Dr. Moore spends most of his free time playing with his daughter. He also loves playing tennis, watching movies, and learning foreign languages. He can speak Japanese and is the organizer of a local group for Japanese language learners that has over 900 members.
Raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, Annie graduated from UNC Charlotte in Biology, then continued at UNC School of Dentistry in the Dental Hygiene program. She is very active in her community doing dental mission work both locally and abroad. Her overall compassion for not only dentistry, but for her patients, makes her a great hygienist. When Annie is not diligently spreading her knowledge on oral hygiene and overall health, she likes to read, draw, and is an avid runner. She lives in Chapel Hill with her dental school sweetheart and their retired racing greyhound.
Saisuda is a wonderful addition to our dental team. She goes by the nickname “O” and her bright, friendly personality has really been a joy in our office. She works along side Dr. Moore as our dental assistant and her attention to detail and positive attitude helps our patients feel comfortable and at ease.
O is originally from Thailand and has been living in Apex with her family for eight years. In her spare time, she loves chasing around her two boys that are eleven and six years old!
Dr. Daniel Moore founded Western Wake Family Dentistry in November of 2012 because he felt he could offer dentistry that is high-quality without rushing from patient to patient. His philosophy is that conservative and long-lasting dentistry is best for the patient. He believes that this can be done predictably by scheduling an appropriate amount of time, not rushing from patient to patient, and by addressing patients’ individual concerns and needs.
We are focused on providing personalized care and meeting the needs of our community while being conservative with your treatment. We want to make sure we can spend more time with each patient, and provide only the treatment that is necessary and beneficial to your oral health.