Dr. Kate Lambert loves being a pediatric dentist and is excited to practice in her home state of North Carolina.
Dr. Kate graduated with Honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelors of Science in Public Health, before returning to UNC to earn her Doctorate of Dental Surgery with Distinction. She left the southern part of heaven for two years to train at the University of Florida - Shands Hospital, where she completed her residency and obtained her graduate certificate in Pediatric Dentistry. During residency, Dr. Kate specialized in comprehensive pediatric dentistry as well as infant oral health, children with special health care needs, and craniofacial anomalies. She is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Dentistry of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine and volunteers her time to serve on the WFBMC Craniofacial Team. In 2013 she received the Mary J. Hauk Memorial Scholarship through the American Cleft Palate - Craniofacial Association, which is awarded to one specialist a year in their field for her research and work within the team environment.
Dr. Kate is an adjunct assistant professor on the faculty at UNC-Chapel Hill and loves being able to go back to UNC and spend time with the dental students. Dr. Kate enjoys being active in her community and is involved in the Triad through the Junior League. She enjoys baking, training for triathlons, and any other reason to spend time outside with her husband, Trey, their new baby Ransome, and their dog, Harper.
Dr. Kate loves all aspects of pediatric dentistry, especially working with families to develop individualized care in a fun environment to grow healthy smiles!