Dr. Brady Mosher, DMD, MD

Dentist
Dr. Brady Mosher, DMD, MD

Dr. Mosher was born in Memphis, Tennessee, but lived all over the Southeast before settling in Tulsa. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) with his undergraduate degree in 2011 and went on to obtain his Doctor of Dental Medicine in 2015 from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Dr. Mosher then graduated with his Doctor of Medicine from Louisiana State University — Shreveport School of Medicine in 2018.

During his time at LSU Shreveport, Dr. Mosher took a great interest in oral surgery and had extensive experience in dental implants, tooth extractions, bone grafting, sinus lifts and many more procedures. Wanting to gain additional knowledge and expertise in the treatment of medically complex patients, he went on to complete a year of general surgery training at the University of Missouri Kansas City in Missouri. Dr. Mosher has discovered that dentistry is a true art form and strongly believes treatment excellence is not achieved by chance, but by building and valuing patient trust.

Dr. Mosher’s patients love that he provides quality care while simultaneously making them laugh/smile. He believes that there is no single set of rules to apply to all patients, as each person is unique in their needs, desires, and goals; treatment should be tailor-made to each patient. Dr. Mosher shows his generosity and thoughtfulness in both his workplace and throughout his community. His primary goal is to create a strong connection with his patients, to understand them better and to offer an excellent experience that exceeds their expectations and enhances their lives.

When he is not in the dental office, Dr. Mosher loves exploring the town with his wife, Katie, going on bike rides along Riverside, and rock climbing. He also enjoys using his pilot’s license to travel and learn about new places.

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