Charles E. Moore, MD

Charles E. Moore, MD is our consulting supervisor. A member of The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Moore has practiced plastic and reconstructive surgery for over thirty years. Conservative in his recommendations and claims, he nonetheless embraces the philosophy that it is no vanity to strive to “look as good as you feel.” His emphasis is that good skin care practiced over time is the best means of maintaining a healthy, youthful appearance. At intervals, as indicated, the application of both older and more recent technologies, such as the Candela YAG laser, are appropriate to the achievement of a beneficial ongoing result. Surgery itself may be indicated, but much else can be conveniently and safely recommended to keep you looking as good as you are. Remember, the sun, smoking, and of course time and genetics play their damaging roles, but it is never “too late.” There is no “magic wand,” but much can be happily accomplished. And even as the clock ticks, with proper attention you can have the pleasure of perceiving your skin getting better and better over time, rather than otherwise. It takes only care; and it is always our pleasure to assist anyone on such a path, toward such a positive, life-enhancing goal.


1952 Graduated Phillips Exeter Academy, Exceter, N.H.

1956 Graduated Princeton, BA degree in Special Program in European Studies

1956-58: Commissioned officer, United States Naval Reserve.

1958-60: Pre-medical courses, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.

1964: M.D. Degree, University of Missouri Medical School.

1964-65: Internship Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada.

1965-67: District Medical Officer, Hermitage Bay, Newfoundland.

1967-68: Physician and Surgeon, Namitete Mission Hospital, Namitete, Malawi.

1968-72: General Surgery Residency, Dartmouth Affiliated Hospitals, Hanover, N.H.

1972-74: Residency, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Shands Teaching Hospital, Gainesville, Florida.

1974-present: Private practice of plastic surgery, Tallahassee, Florida, on "active staff" of Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, Capital Regional Medical Center, and Single Day Surgery Center of Tallahassee.

1976: Board Certified, American Society of Plastic Surgeons

1976-80: President Florida Heritage Society

1981-President: Editor, Capital Medical Society newsletter, CAPSCAN.

2000: Publication of my book of essays, The Good, the Bad, and the Homely, by the New York firm of Andor Scribandi.

2002-06: Editor, "The Journal of the Florida Medical Association."

2006: Appointed to the Board of Directors of MEDASSIST*U.S. a non-profit organization which aids and abets the surgical correction of birth anomalies and traumatic losses sustained by orphaned Crimean children, performing reconstructive plastic surgical procedures on annual visits, 2006-president, to "The Republic Children's Hospital," Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine.

Retired from private practice, 2008-Present, with part time employment with the Office of Disability Determinations reviewing applications for social security assistance related to health needs.