Dr. David Mayberry; Meet Your Local Dentist

Well respected dentist practicing in Salisbury for over 35 years

Dentist at Beautiful Dentistry in Salisbury, North Carolina.

Dental Education

Dr. David Mayberry is a graduate of Davidson College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. Dr. Mayberry has earned the status of Fellow awarded by the Academy of General Dentistry and has post graduate continuing education training from the L.D. Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education where he serves as a mentor. Dr. Mayberry has also pursued additional advanced training in the areas of cosmetic and esthetic dentistry and in the area of complex restorative dentistry including the restoration of dental implants.

Dentistry Experience

He is a member of the American Dental Association, the North Carolina Dental Society, The Academy of General Dentistry and a Past-President of the Second District Dental Society and the Rowan County Dental Society. Dr. Mayberry is a member of the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation and offers oral conscious sedation as a treatment alternative. Dr. Mayberry serves as the Dental Coordinator for the Salisbury, NCMOM Clinic, and is a regular volunteer at the Rowan County Community Care Clinic.

Interests and Family

He enjoys running, golf and watching the Tar Heels beat NC State (or Duke). He and Jewell have been married for over 35 years and have two children: Sarah and Matt. Jewell is the retired Chairman of the of the English Department at Pfeiffer University. Sarah lives in Jonesboro, Arkansas with her professional pole vaulting husband and Olympian Jeremy Scott, and their son Cameron and daughter Nora, where she is an instructor in oral communications at Arkansas State University. Matthew is a graduate of Applalachian State University and working in California for the SunPower Corporation as a product manager. Matt is married to Karen Richards of La Jolla, CA. They have one son, Eli. The Mayberry’s are members of First Presbyterian Church of Salisbury.