David Robertson, DDS

Dr. David Robertson has been proudly providing general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry services for Carteret County for over thirty years.

After Dr. Robertson graduated summa cum laude from Wake Forest University, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, he attended the UNC School of Dentistry. While at UNC, he received the Mosby Award for academic excellence. He graduated in 1985, and immediately began practicing in Sea Level, NC. In 1989, he joined Dr. Walter White’s practice in Morehead City. Following Dr. White’s retirement, he and his wife Terry built the practice’s current office on Bridges Street.

Dr. Robertson and his team have worked together to build a practice that reflects their values. They understand that the best way to produce better health outcomes is to develop long-term relationships with patients, and that those relationships are based on listening and respect. He considers getting to know his patients and their families a highlight of his career.

Being an active part of the community has always been a priority for Dr. Robertson. He served on the committee that helped to create the Carteret County Health Department’s “Miles of Smiles” dental bus, which provides quality dental care to the area’s underserved elementary and middle school students. Dr. Robertson is also a regular volunteer with the Baptist Dental Bus Ministry, providing dental care to those in need through the Broad Street Clinic. In his free time, he plays lead trumpet with the Morehead Brass Consortium.

Dr. Robertson is a member in good standing of the American Dental Association, the North Carolina Dental Society, the Crystal Coast Study Club, the Lookout Study Club and the Four Corners Study Club. He and his wife Terry have lived in Carteret County since 1985. They are members of First United Methodist Church and the proud parents of two grown daughters, Kate and Helen.