Dr. Mary Morgan Keyser

Dr. Keyser is a Raleigh, North Carolina native. She is a graduate of Our Lady of Lourdes School and Broughton High School. Her grandfather was a general dentist who practiced in Raleigh for 35 years. He enthusiastically shared his passion for dentistry with Dr. Keyser.

Dr. K was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of UNC-CH, completing her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology while minoring in chemistry and Spanish, with a brief stint studying abroad in Sevilla, Spain. As a member and coach of UNC’s women club lacrosse team, she helped the team bring home two national championships.

Dr. Keyser went on to study orthodontics in Chapel Hill. During dental school, she met her now husband, Dr. Robb, who is a prosthodontist (dental specialist in implants and tooth replacement). During residency, Dr. Keyser conducted research on the relationship of jaw and tooth positions to speech. She was recognized nationally for her research and awarded the Joseph E. Johnson Clinical Award.

Dr. Keyser loves the world of dentistry and enjoys being involved in organized dentistry on many levels. She is a member of the Raleigh-Wake County Dental Society, the North Carolina Dental Society, The Triangle Orthodontist Study Club, the American Dental Association (ADA), and the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO). She has served as a member of the American Associate of Orthodontists Foundation (AAOF) Board of Directors. Dr. Keyser is also a board-certified orthodontist, which is a certification that only 60% of all orthodontists have.

When not enraptured by the world of teeth, the Keysers can be found training for various triathlons, playing lacrosse, golf, or tennis, attending any and all Tar Heel sporting events, or spending time with family. Dr. Keyser has two energetic sons—Wells and Cliff—and an equally energetic black Goldendoodle, Porter.