Our Dentist

Dr Curtis Wright

Dr. Wright earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. He gained expert experience in dental infections & traumatic injuries at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.

Dr. Curtis Wright was born in Silver Spring, Maryland and was raised in nearby Chesapeake Beach before he came to North Carolina in 2007. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He then earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in Baltimore. During his time in dental school, Dr. Wright completed a selective clerkship in Oral Surgery, expanding his knowledge and skills in the specialty. He then decided to return to North Carolina to continue his training by completing a hospital residency in General Dentistry at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. During his residency, Dr. Wright gained experience in the emergency management of dental infections and traumatic injuries, as well as the treatment of patients with complex medical histories. He is extremely passionate about dentistry and he continues to further his education through advanced dentistry courses.

During his free time, Dr. Wright enjoys spending time with his wife Emily and their two sons. When he can find the time, Dr. Wright loves playing golf, basketball, and hiking.

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What Our Patients Say

Our promise is quality-driven service. Our experienced, caring staff aims to ensure convenient dental treatment for every patient.

Alanaa N.

Emergency Patient

Everyone was very nice from the moment I walked in. The doctor himself made me feel very comfortable and confident that nothing would go wrong. This place was excellent! And pain free! They saved me from having to go to an oral surgeon and he was able to get my tooth out within 10 minutes the SAME DAY I called!

Marsha G.

General Dentistry Patient

I have terrible anxiety when it comes to dental work but I desperately needed my wisdom tooth removed. I went in scared to death and wound up leaving so excited about the experience! Once they numbed my gums it took maybe 2 minutes to pull it! Everyone was so nice and able to answer my questions and bear with my trepidation!