Donald Moeller was born in Chicago, Illinois, and moved to California shortly thereafter. After serving in Vietnam, he completed his Bachelors Degree in Biology from San Jose State University with Great Distinction and his Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) from the University of California San Francisco.

Upon graduation from dental school, he was commissioned as an officer in the US Army, and served as a general dentist for three years. At that time, he was selected for the oral surgery residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He completed the residency and passed board certification three years later. While in Hampton, Va, he obtained a Masters Degree in Cell Biology at Hampton University.

While at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Dental Research, Dr. Moeller conducted research on bone healing, specifically, evaluation of microscopic changes occurring in bone following surgical intervention. Serving as an oral surgeon in Desert Shield & Storm, he retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1993. At this time, he was admitted to the Medical School at the University of Alabama. In an exceptional display of medical knowledge, he passed Part One of the National Medical Board, and was exempted from the first two years of Medical School.

Upon completion of Medical School, he completed a one-year transitional residency at the Columbus Regional Medical Center. Following this, he pursued his passion for education as an Assistant Professor at the Dental School of the Medical College of Georgia. When the opportunity presented itself, he acquired his current oral surgery practice in 1997. Continuing to give back to through education, he has taught biological sciences at Troy State University and at Beacon College.

In his spare time, Dr. Moeller enjoys restoring antique military vehicles and lecturing on the scientific proofs for Creation.