DR. DAREL MOSS DDS

Dr. Darel Moss began his lengthy and distinguished education at the State University of New York at Albany for his undergraduate studies where he became a Regent Scholar Holder.  He then attended the prestigious State University of New York at Stonybrook School of Dentistry where he was 1 of 24 students accepted out of 1453 applicants.  He was chosen by his peers as the class president for both his Junior and Senior years.  After his graduation from dental school he entered into the General Practice Residency Program for 1977-78.  Furthering his expertise in all facets of dentistry, Dr. Moss spent the next five years as an apprentice to Dr. M. Michael Cohen, Professor Emeritus at both Harvard and Tufts concentrating on removable and fixed orthodontic therapies. This training culminated spending the years 1984-86 in the United States Orthodontic training program.  Dr. Moss has been practicing dentistry in the town of Brookline for the last 35 years.

Dr. Moss prides himself on the depth of his continuing education over his many years. He has taken and continues to take numerous courses on implant dentistry and cosmetic dentistry annually at the Yankee Dental Conference. He has taken advanced courses and spent many hours of observation at the renowned Bicon Dental Institute. He is also currently an American Dental Association member.

Dr. Moss says, "Excellence in dentistry begins with a careful diagnosis and treatment plan to establish the goals that will be achieved for each and every patient. Communication and long-term relationships are important to everyone in our office. Let us know what is on your mind and ask questions. We will help you realize an investment in yourself that will pay dividends for a lifetime.  We are caring, skilled professionals, dedicated to simplifying what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health care. We want all our patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their dental health and wellness, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage. You are important to us!"