Welcome to Our Practice

Annie Carberry, DDS continues the 40-year tradition set by Steve Jaynes, DDS.

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Welcome! The Team at Carberry Family Dentistry is pleased to welcome you to our Practice. Our Practice provides comprehensive general dentistry for both individuals and families in a relaxed, friendly, and caring environment.

We are conveniently located on Fairview Road in Charlotte’s South Park neighborhood, directly across from Whole Foods Market and Phillip’s Place.

In January of 2021, Dr. Steve Jaynes, who built the Practice into a local treasure over the course of 40- years, turned over patient care to Dr. Annie Carberry. We are committed to continuing the longstanding tradition of Service, Trust, and Excellence by providing the same highly-personalized care that individuals and families have come to expect from us for over forty years!

It would be our privilege to care for you and your family’s oral health and we would love to have you as a part of our ongoing tradition. We also invite you to email our office at any time to request an appointment or ask any questions. Thank you!

MEET THE DOCTOR

Annie B. Carberry, DDS

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Annie Carberry was born and raised in Sanford, NC and attended UNC Chapel Hill for both her BS and DDS degrees. Additionally, Dr. Carberry completed a general practice residency at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in San Francisco. Prior to starting Carberry Family Dentistry and taking over patient care from Dr. Steve Jaynes, Dr. Carberry worked in private practice both in California and in Charlotte. She is highly skilled in the craft of general dentistry (e.g. crown and bridge, fillings, extractions, implant restoration) and believes that oral health is a strong indicator of total wellness. Dr. Carberry greatly values and enjoys educating patients on how to take small, but meaningful steps to improve their overall health.

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

7:30 AM-4:30 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Thursday:

7:30 AM-4:30 PM

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed