Meet Dr. Aylor
Harry L. Aylor Jr., DDS
I feel very fortunate to be in this profession. I have been serving the people of our community since 1976. A beautiful smile builds confidence, and healthy teeth and gums improve your overall health. We pride ourselves on providing individualized service, a warm and personal staff, and a comfortable atmosphere.
In order to become a dentist, I first earned my Bachelor of Science Degree from Northeast Louisiana State College, then attained my Doctor of Dental Surgery from Louisiana State University School of Dentistry.
In order to stay current with dental advancements, I have attended the Dawson Academy in St. Petersburg, Florida for advanced training in occlusion and complete mouth reconstruction. I am also an active member of the Piedmont-Triad CEREC Study Club.
Our local dental specialists sponsor yearly seminars on subjects in their respective fields. These courses keep our practice current with the standard of care in these fields. We can also communicate and make plans with our specialists, leading to better treatment options for our patients. These educational endeavors help me stay current with new developing technology in dentistry, new products, and changes in current procedures.
After graduation from dental school, I served two years as a Captain in the U.S. Army Dental Corp. Being a do–it–yourself kind of guy, I have always enjoyed working with my hands and mastering new skills. What better job is there than helping patients maintain healthy mouths? From relieving pain or restoring a smile to restoring damaged teeth, I do my job with gentle care for my patients.
It is very rewarding to help a fearful patient and gain their trust so much so that they refer family and friends to our practice. The appreciation and gratitude shown by patients for the care we provide them and their families is very fulfilling.
I am originally from Kentucky, my beautiful wife and I have three sons, one daughter, five granddaughters, two grandson, one yellow lab, and one cat!
In my spare time, I can often be found woodworking, golfing, traveling, or exploring the beautiful North Carolina mountains and coastal areas. I am a member of St. Leo's Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, and I volunteer at the Community Care Clinic.