Brad Moss, DDS, PLLC

November 30, 2021 was a special day in the life of the Moss family. On that day, Dr. Brad Moss and his wife, Polly, said “I still do” after 35 years of marriage. In an intimate ceremony, the two renewed the vows they’d made in 1986. A lot has happened since that time. They’ve developed a successful family dental practice, given birth to two daughters and a son, welcomed two glorious granddaughters, and seen each of their three kids join them in the medical profession.

This family calling toward medicine began when a young dental student first met and fell in love with a recent nursing graduate. “We married three years later, and Polly’s been my rock, my inspiration, and my cheerleader ever since,” said Dr. Brad Moss. “We couldn’t be prouder that our kids have chosen to serve through medicine, too.” The Moss’ married daughters, Maggie and Elly, work as an ER nurse and a hospitalist PA while their son, Jacob, and his wife both work as hospital scientific analysts.

Way back when the Mosses began their family, they knew they wanted to return home to North Texas. Once there, Dr. Moss worked as a temporary dentist, traveling across DFW filling in at different dental offices. “It proved to be invaluable experience for me,” he said. “I could see how differently dentistry was being done. Some things I wanted to emulate. Some I did not.”

Over more than 30 years in private practice, Dr. Moss’ love of caregiving and lifelong passion for learning have served him well. He’s been blessed with a supportive patient-care team and a growing patient base, often including three and four generations of family members.

When the pandemic hit, Polly put her 39 years of nursing experience to work keeping the dental team and their patients safe. In fact, when the American Dental Association and Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently updated their COVID protocols, while other practices may have been scrambling to implement these new guidelines, Dr. Brad Moss’ office was already checking all the boxes.

In these uncertain times, a strong immune system is more important than ever,” Dr. Moss said. “This makes preventative care and patient education paramount.”

Research continues to link gum infections to many systemic health conditions, including respiratory disease, rheumatoid arthritis, coronary artery disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s. We all need to stay as healthy as we can right now. By educating patients on the conditions of their mouth, we can be proactive, helping preserve natural, healthy teeth and a hearty immune response. If you’ve stayed away from the dentist for one reason or another, you’re not alone. Our goal is to get you as healthy as possible, beginning with your oral health.”

Brad and Polly Moss have made frequent medical mission trips to Guatemala and look forward to a time when it’s safe to return. They also look forward to spending as much time as possible with family and granddaughters, Bonnie and Molly.

Contact

1011 North Carroll Avenue
Southlake, Texas 76092
(817) 488-6513
BradMossDDS.com