Your Dentist in Louisville, KY.

Call us at (502) 896-4532 today.

***Attention- Due to the Covid-19 outbreak our office may have limited and/or fluctuating office hours.  We are open for both cleaning and restorative appointments at this time. Please wear a mask when you enter. Thanks and stay well.

     Are you looking for quality, affordable dental care in the Louisville area? Then you've come to the right place!  Dr. Andrei Moldoveanu opened Modern Family Dentistry in 2010 with the goal of creating a comfortable environment in which his  patients could receive quality, one-on-one dental treatment.  Dr. Andrei takes time with each patient to ensure all their questions are answered and they feel at ease prior to any procedure.

     Modern Family Dentistry provides a variety of dental services including preventative exams, cleanings, and restorative treatment, as well as cosmetic dentistry.  We participate with many insurance plans and can also provide payment options to help you achieve a healthy smile.

     If you are ready to schedule or simply have questions please call the office at (502) 896-4532 and our clinical coordinator, Shelley, will be glad to assist you.

Take advantage of our referral program! Both you and your referral will receive a $25.00 credit.

Sign-up using the form or call us at (502) 896-4532 to make your appointment.

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10:00 am-5:30 pm


10:00 am-5:30 pm


10:00 pm-4:30 pm


8:00 am-3:30 pm


10:00 am-4:00 pm





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  • Dr.
    Andrei Moldoveanu, DMD

    Dr. Andrei graduated from University of Louisville Dental School in 2005. He is the Membership Chairman of the KY Academy of General Dentistry and is on the board of the Academy of General Dentistry. He participates in many continuing education seminars and local study clubs as well as community service projects such as Smile Kentucky and youth education programs. He is an active member of both the Clifton Community Council and the Frankfort Avenue Business Association. Dr. 

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I have had teeth now for 40 some years and I have seen my share of dentist: small practices, big practices, military and Dr. Andre. I can tell you that Dr Andre runs a very personal service. He is not rushing you in and out of the chair. He takes time to talk to you, help you understand all of your options, covers in details any proceedures. I take my kids here and I am confident that he will take good care of them. You should go. take your kids too.

- Glenn W. / Louisville, KY

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