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13 Dentists found in Knoxville, TN

Knoxville Dental Center - Tazewell Pike

3
(2)
Dentist

3230 Tazewell Pike, Knoxville TN 37918

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8AM
8PM
Tuesday
8AM
8PM
Wednesday
8AM
8PM
Thursday
8AM
8PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
8AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

Knoxville Dental Center - Fountain City

4
(4)
Dentist

3226 Tazewell Pike, Knoxville TN 37918

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8AM
5PM
Tuesday
8AM
5PM
Wednesday
8AM
5PM
Thursday
8AM
5PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
8AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

DentaCare of Knoxville, PC

3.5
(92)
Dental clinic

3001 Knoxville Center Dr #1100, Knoxville TN 37924

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8:30AM
8PM
Tuesday
8:30AM
8PM
Wednesday
8:30AM
8PM
Thursday
8:30AM
8PM
Friday
8:30AM
8PM
Saturday
8:30AM
6PM
Weekend Hours

Denta Care of Knoxville PC: Thompson Dan H DDS

Dentist

3001 Knoxville Center Dr #1100, Knoxville TN 37924

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8:30AM
8PM
Tuesday
8:30AM
8PM
Wednesday
8:30AM
8PM
Thursday
8:30AM
8PM
Friday
8:30AM
8PM
Saturday
8:30AM
6PM
Weekend Hours

Denta Care of Knoxville PC: Fox Gary D DDS

3
(2)
Dentist

3001 Knoxville Center Dr #1000, Knoxville TN 37924

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8:30AM
8PM
Tuesday
8:30AM
8PM
Wednesday
8:30AM
8PM
Thursday
8:30AM
8PM
Friday
8:30AM
8PM
Saturday
8:30AM
6PM
Weekend Hours

Knoxville Dental Center

4.8
(10)
Dental clinic

207 E Emory Rd #201, Powell TN 37849

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8AM
8PM
Tuesday
8AM
8PM
Wednesday
8AM
8PM
Thursday
8AM
8PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
8AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

Hazenfield James D DDS

4.7
(3)
Dentist

6502 Chapman Hwy # B, Knoxville TN 37920

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
7AM
7PM
Tuesday
7AM
7PM
Wednesday
7AM
7PM
Thursday
7AM
5PM
Friday
7AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

Dr. Thomas F. Haws, D.D.S.

Dentist

5816 Kingston Pike, Knoxville TN 37919

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
9AM
5PM
Tuesday
9AM
5PM
Wednesday
9AM
5PM
Thursday
9AM
5PM
Friday
9AM
5PM
Saturday
9AM
12PM
Weekend Hours

Dr. Stanley Sisk, DDS

5
(502)
Dentist

7221 Oak Ridge Hwy, Knoxville TN 37931

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
7:30AM
6:30PM
Tuesday
7:30AM
6:30PM
Wednesday
7:30AM
6:30PM
Thursday
7:30AM
6:30PM
Friday
7:30AM
6:30PM
Saturday
9AM
12PM
Weekend Hours

Emergency Dentist Knoxville

5
(1)
Emergency dental service

7731 Kingston Pike Ste 102, Knoxville TN 37919

Knoxville Dental Center - Hardin Valley

4.3
(17)
Dentist

10509 Hardin Valley Rd, Knoxville TN 37932

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8AM
7PM
Tuesday
8AM
7PM
Wednesday
8AM
7PM
Thursday
8AM
7PM
Friday
8AM
6PM
Saturday
8AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

Tennessee Valley Dental

5
(1)
Dental clinic

10641 Deerbrook Dr, Knoxville TN 37922

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
8AM
8PM
Tuesday
8AM
8PM
Wednesday
8AM
8PM
Thursday
8AM
8PM
Friday
8AM
5PM
Saturday
8AM
3PM
Weekend Hours

Knoxville Dental Center - Turkey Creek & Lovell Road

3.7
(3)
Dentist

10641 Deerbrook Dr, Knoxville TN 37922

Closes at
Sunday
Closed.
Closed.
Monday
Closed
Closed
Tuesday
12
8PM
Wednesday
11AM
7PM
Thursday
Closed
Closed
Friday
8AM
4PM
Saturday
8AM
3PM
Late Weekday
Weekend Hours
Emergency Dentist Knoxville Cover If you’re currently struggling to find an emergency dentist in Knoxville, you’re not alone! We’ve been where you are numerous times, which is why we’ve put together our 24-hour emergency dentist referral network. You’ll never have to struggle to get an appointment with a Knoxville emergency dentist when you call us at (855)-352-6790. We’ll have an appointment booked in your name in as little as 24 hours, so don’t hesitate to call us straight away.

Everything You’ll Need for Your Emergency Dentist Appointment

everything youll need for your emergency dentist appointment knoxville Before you leave for your appointment, you’ll need to make sure that you have the following with you, ready to go: Insurance information needed to process and file an insurance claim, if you have dental insurance and plan on filing a claim Any recent paperwork or documentation given to you to take home during a previous visit to your regular dentist A full list of known allergies and/or current medications you’re taking on a regular basis Make sure you give yourself an extra 15 minutes to fill out paperwork when you arrive and, if applicable, to let the emergency dentist and their staff know about any questions or fears you have over going to the dentist.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies Treated by Emergency Dentists

Most dental injuries are caused by underlying dental health problems that went untreated for any length of time, which is why it’s so important to see your dentist twice a year. However, other dental emergencies make themselves known basically as soon as they happen. No matter what you’re facing, you need to make sure that you put any sustained head trauma first.

Lost Teeth

Losing a tooth can be extremely stressful, but you can save it if you work fast and do things the right way. Although, you need to make sure any sustained head trauma is dealt with before you look for the lost tooth. If you were able to find it, make sure you don’t pick it up by the root. Doing so can cause irreversible damage that will make it impossible for the emergency dentist to successfully plant it back in. Make sure you rinse it with some water. You can try to put the tooth back in yourself, but you can also store it in a cup of milk or water if you’re unable to do so for whatever reason.

Oral Infections

oral infections knoxville tn Oral infections are a lot more dangerous than patients realize. They have the potential to become fatal, just like any other type of infection does. The best way to figure out if you have an oral infection is by looking for a red bump, or anything that generally looks like acne, in your mouth. Pain is also a good indication of an oral infection, which is why you should never ignore oral pain, whatsoever. If you suspect you have an oral infection, call us immediately.

Lost Filling or Crown

Losing a filling or crown is relatively normal, considering they wear out with age and damage over the years, but you need to act fast if you do lose one. Try to track down some dental cement, cotton balls, gauze, or anything that will help you to keep the hole covered. The filling or crown was put into place to protect the tooth from further harm. If you don’t keep it covered, you may be facing an emergency tooth extraction instead of having the dentist refill or recap the tooth.

Going for an Emergency Tooth Extraction

emergency tooth extraction knoxville tn Needing an emergency tooth extraction can be something extremely scary to face, but you’ll actually feel a bit better if you know how the procedure works. Once the numbing agent, which is administered to the extraction area, has had a chance to kick in, the emergency dentist will use a special set of dental pliers to rock the tooth around in the socket. If it doesn’t come out, he or she will break it up into smaller pieces and remove it by the fragment. Once the tooth is out, the emergency dentist, or someone from their staff, will go over important aftercare instructions. Make sure you follow their instructions at home every day to avoid getting an infection.

Same Day Denture Repair in Knoxville

If you need same day denture repair in Knoxville, or even emergency denture repair Knoxville, we can help. We have emergency dentists who work closely with denture lab technicians who can restore your dentures or have you fitted for a new set on the same day, in a single appointment.

Emergency Room Doctor vs Emergency Dentist

emergency room doctor vs emergency dentist knoxville If you’re dealing with any kind of head trauma whatsoever, even if there are major oral injuries present at the same time, you must seek medical attention for your head trauma at your local emergency room as soon as possible. Only an emergency room doctor can treat your head trauma, not an emergency dentist. We can get you an appointment with an emergency dentist in Knoxville, but you must have your head trauma dealt with first.

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There are a wide variety of common injuries and emergencies that require immediate or as soon as possible dental care. Fortunately for you, these are often easily dealt with and do not require such a fuss once you’ve made it to an emergency dentist.