Education and Degrees
Dr. Mason Pirtle attended Appalachian State University where he received a Bachelor's degree in biology.
Doctor of Dental Surgery
Dr. Pirtle received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry.
Dr. Pirtle went on to complete an Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) program at The Foundry Dental Center, where he focused on dental implant placement, restorations, and IV sedation.
Dr. Pirtle's Dental Journey
After completing his formal education, Dr. Mason Pirtle began his dentistry career by working for a practice in Denver, NC. After gaining invaluable experience and honing his skills, he decided to advance his career with Precision Dental Partners. He hopes to make the Charlotte, NC, community proud by providing patients with a broad scope of care that restores dental function and improves the appearance of their smiles.
"Our individualized approach to dental care doesn’t only give our patients smiles that they’re proud to show off; it improves their quality of life." Dr. Mason Pirtle
A Spotlight on Some of Our Services
Dr. Pirtle can use veneers, dental crowns, teeth whitening systems, Invisalign®, and more to address discoloration, cracks, chips, dental misalignment, and other imperfections that make you self-conscious about your smile. Our dentist can even combine several cosmetic procedures into a personalized smile makeover plan that addresses all of your concerns at once.
While not all dentists can surgically place dental implants, Dr. Pirtle can. He has undergone advanced training to place implants comfortably and precisely. He can even provide patients who don't qualify for traditional implants with the All-on-4® method, which can support a full denture on just four implants.
Dr. Pirtle understands that many patients put off necessary dental care because of phobias and poor past experiences. Dr. Pirtle studied IV sedation during his residency at The Foundry Dental Center. IV sedation puts patients who are nervous about their dental procedures into a state of deep relaxation, so they can feel completely comfortable while in the hands of our dentist.