Dr. Dick Moller
Dick Moller has a diverse background from inventor to teaching technical glassblowing at Clark College to a doctor of dental surgery plus enough graduate credits to earn degrees in Zoology, Chemistry and Physics. In his career he has demonstrated a diverse array of social, technical and professional skills including sales, marketing and management.
Dick is definitely a “multi-tasking” person. He has a desire and ability to see the big picture. He thrives on challenge and fresh ideas and his practice includes many of the newest technologies available in dentistry. His desire to provide excellent dental care is evidenced by his dedicated staff and patient satisfaction.
Dr. Moller’s commitment to excellence continued after dental school as he taught at the University of Washington where he was granted tenure as an associate professor in the School of Dentistry. He has authored more than a dozen textbooks on the subject and he enthusiastically continues his dental education through attending many hours of advanced learning in implant placement, restoration, cosmetics, endodontics, bone and soft tissue grafting techniques and study clubs.
Dick has maintained a successful private cosmetic and family dental practice in Clark County since 1980. He is married to Lisa, his wife of 35 years. They have four children: Lindsay; Carli; Nathan; and James, plus three granddaughters. Together they enjoy activities including camping, travel and family get-togethers. Dick also enjoys reading, woodworking and has a love for Jesus.
He is currently a member of the following professional organizations:
- American Dental Association
- CEREC Doctors Academy
- Clark County Dental Society
- International Congress of Oral Implantologists
- Stinchfield Study Club
- Washington State Dental Association