Paola R. Uceda, DDS
In early 2016, Dr. Paola Uceda opened the doors of Charlotte DentalPro, a high-technology dental clinic with a bilingual staff. A year later, her practice has emerged as one of the most respected dental practices in the Charlotte region.
Dr. Uceda and her team not only provide the highest level of compassionate care at their state-of-the-art clinic near uptown in Dilworth, but they offer an atmosphere of unmatched warmth and friendliness.
“This is the best dental care experience I’ve had in my entire life!” Charles B. says in a patient review. “Five-star hospitality, excellent customer service and patient care at its finest! I’d recommend this practice to the world! Dr. Uceda and her entire staff are amazing!”
A native of Peru, Dr. Uceda studied in the country’s most prestigious dental school, Cayetano Heredia University. She then earned her dental license at UNC-Chapel Hill, ranked as one of the top three dental schools in the U.S. Along with her commitment to continuing education, these credentials keep Dr. Uceda on the cutting edge in restorative and cosmetic dentistry, allowing her to provide the highest standard of care for her patients.
Charlotte DentalPro uses the latest in technology and technique, which translates to exceptional results with the least discomfort for patients, along with single-visit dentistry for many procedures. Key services include the Pinhole gingival rejuvenation treatment, porcelain restorations such as one-hour crowns, veneers and onlays/inlays, as well as implant restorations. The practice also provides root canal procedures in a single appointment, as well as services for dentures and clear braces like Invisalign and Inman.
“As a kid, I had a terrific experience with my dentist, who understood my fears and made me feel very comfortable,” Dr. Uceda says. “She left such an impression on me that I wanted to do the same for others when I grew up. I’ve set a goal for myself to improve my patients’ lives; the satisfaction and joy that comes from achieving that is unparalleled and humbling.”