Dental Profiles

Charles M. Esposito, DMD

CEsposito_airFor Charles Esposito, DMD, dentistry really is a family affair. Both Esposito and his brother Christopher graduated from Temple University’s School of Dentistry, as did several of their cousins. The siblings are now partners in their dental practice, which has locations in Moorestown and Medford.

A family man and father of three, Charles is proud of his practice’s dedication to treating the whole family, from senior citizens to toddlers.

“We see a lot of patients from the local senior homes, some of whom are in wheelchairs or have other disabilities,” he says. “We also see many children, some as young as 2 years old. We treat everyone who comes through the door like family, and because of that patients keep coming back, and they bring their children to us as well. We’re seeing their kids grow up.”

PrintEsposito tells his patients the best thing they can do for their oral health is to see him at least twice a year for a cleaning and check-up.

“The worst thing you can do is avoid the dentist,” Esposito says. “We have patients who disappear for 15, 20 years, and when they come back it’s a lot harder to make up for lost time. When you’re coming in every six months, we’re spotting issues early and keeping any problems small and treatable.”

While he has an advanced education and experience in endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics, Esposito says his best asset is his chair-side manner.

“One of the biggest things I enjoy is winning over dental-phobic patients,” he says. “It can be stressful, so I strive to set them at ease and build a trusting relationship. When those patients say things like, ‘I can’t believe how easy that was. I can’t believe I didn’t come sooner,’ for me that’s most rewarding.”

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