Mitchell D. Hume, DMD
Dr. Hume was born and raised in Alliance, Ohio. After graduating from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1993, he moved to Boston, Massachusetts where he attended Dental School at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He excelled in clinical dentistry and was awarded the two highest clinical awards given by the faculty the Dr. and Mrs. Harry Kazis Prize Fund in Crown and Bridge; also the Alumni Clinical Proficiency in Restorative Dentistry award. After graduating in 1997, he continued his training at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. There he completed a hospital based General Practice Residency. His training consisted of treating medically compromised patients with surgery, dental implants, and cosmetics.
In 1998, Dr. Hume was recruited to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where he worked in a multi-doctor cosmetic dental office. He practiced in Myrtle Beach for more than two years. Then he met his wife, Robin, and decided to move to Charlotte, North Carolina and own a solo practice.
Our practice was started by Dr. Horace Reeves in the late 1940's. We have a wonderful multi-generational practice where patient satisfaction is our passion. Our patient's appreciate Dr. Hume's training. He is able to treat patients in our office without referrals to a specialist. He truly is a one stop shop.
Since graduation from Dental School, Dr. Hume continued his training with more than 1100 continuing education credits and recently completed the requirements for the prestigious Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry. Currently, Dr. Hume is a Dental Examiner for the North Carolina State Board. He is also a member of the North Carolina Dental Society, American Dental Association, International College of Oral Implantologists and American Society of Dental Aesthetics.
If he is not working, Dr. Hume and his wife, Robin, have 2 beautiful girls, Neely and Georgia, with whom they spend time. He enjoys classic cars, home renovation, and exercise. The Hume family are members at the Myers Park Presbyterian Church.