Robert M. Selden III, DDS, MS
“A beautiful smile that fits and functions the way it is supposed to is priceless.”
—Dr. R.M. Selden III
A premier orthodontic provider since 2001, Dr. Robert M. Selden III is a native of North Carolina. After graduating from the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Dentistry with highest honors, he attended UNC’s orthodontic residency program as a Brooks Scholar. He has been honored as a Distinguished Young Alumni from UNC, where he has served on the Board of Visitors and the Dental Foundation Board of Directors.
Dr. Selden creates both a spectacular smile and patient experience based on modern, innovative, and comprehensive orthodontic care. To achieve the highest standard of care, Dr. Selden employs the latest advances in technology in a state-of-the-art facility with a highly competent staff. Dr. Selden personally spends time with each patient during every visit to communicate treatment expectations and to tailor treatment for the optimal benefit of all patients. To provide further comfort and ease for younger patients, he welcomes parents into the treatment area and offers before-school and after-school appointment hours.
Dr. Selden believes in sharing his talents and knowledge with his alma mater and local community. He serves as an adjunct clinical professor at the UNC School of Dentistry, where he trains tomorrow’s orthodontists. In addition, he volunteers his time and expertise with the North Carolina Missions of Mercy, the Ada Jenkins Dental Bus, and many other philanthropic endeavors.
It’s that level of commitment that sets Selden Orthodontics apart. Parents can be assured their child will receive exceptional care.
“Dr. Selden has treated all of my children, and his work is phenomenal,” Melony Wallace says. “He has an outstanding professional demeanor, and his staff is caring and professional. I highly recommend his practice.”
“We chose Selden Orthodontics for my daughter because we heard so many positive and heartfelt reviews,” Tiffany Partlow says. “Dr. Selden and his staff have definitely lived up to every word and so much more.”