Dr. Pousson and his wife, Dr. Jeanne, graduated from Louisiana State University School of Dentistry in 1979 and established a family practice in Slidell, Louisiana. Their office became the dental home to many Slidell area families. Its friendly atmosphere and dedication to high-quality dentistry have created an excellent reputation in the community.
Dr. Jeanne retired from dentistry in 1995 to home school their three children, which proved to be a very satisfying commitment for parents and children alike. The Poussons moved to Virginia in 2001, where Dr. Pousson opened a family practice and enjoyed concentrating on cosmetic dentistry. They were grateful to have missed Katrina, but longed to return to Louisiana. Drs. David and Jeanne returned to Slidell and reopened their practice in 2009. They are delighted to be once again in the Camellia City. They invite you to experience the unique hospitality and attentive care that Pousson Family Dentistry has to offer.
- American Dental Association
- Louisiana Dental Association
- New Orleans Dental Association
- Academy of General Dentistry
- LSU School of Dentistry
- F.A.C.E. (www.facedentistry.org)
Consumer’s Research Council of America selected Dr. Pousson as one of America’s Outstanding Dentists based on a point value system for education, continuing education, membership in professional associations, and experience.
David Pousson graduated from Louisiana State University School of Dentistry in 1979. By graduating in the top ten percent of his class, he gained admission into the C. Edmund Kells Honor Society.
Never satisfied with mediocrity, he consistently exceeds the yearly requirement for continuing education courses. This includes pursuing and receiving his oral conscious sedation dentistry license and graduation from the F.A.C.E. Institute, which involved 268 hours of lectures, lab, and clinical training over an eighteen month period. F.A.C.E. (www.facedentistry.org) equips doctors to diagnose and restore the most complicated cases while establishing complete harmony between the teeth and jaw joints.