Have You Lost a Tooth? Don’t Panic!

If you lose a tooth, the first thing you will do is probably panic. There may have been a slip or fall involved or a blow to the mouth. You may be wondering how long you will have to go without a tooth, how bad the damage is, and how... Read more »

How to Preserve the Appearance of Your Dental Veneers

If you are looking to repair minor tooth damage or enhance the cosmetic appearance of your teeth, you may find that dental veneers are the way to go. Our dentist, Dr. Robert C. Freeman, can provide further information on how your smile can benefit from this type of dental restoration.... Read more »

Restore Your Tooth Using a Dental Implant Today

Have you lost a tooth? Are you struggling with missing teeth due to gum disease or an accident? If so, you are not alone. Tooth loss is typical in adults for a plethora of reasons, which is why dental implants have become popular. Dental implants have been used for decades... Read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Prevent Alignment Problems After Tooth Loss

The loss of a single tooth in your mouth can do much more than simply limit your ability to bite and chew food. A missing front tooth can also affect your speech and the appearance of your smile. Some cases of tooth loss can also affect the surrounding oral structure... Read more »

Sweet Treats That Stain Your Teeth

Did you know, some foods can stain your teeth? Some drinks can stain your teeth too. In fact, many foods out there can cause damage or discoloration to your teeth, causing the white in your teeth to fade or discolor. Our dentist, Dr. Robert C. Freeman in Knoxville, Tennessee, offers... Read more »

Oral Health Support: Avoiding Dental Damage

Oftentimes, we think of our oral hygiene as the foundation of our oral health. However, there is no true foundation, as all aspects of your oral health care play a significant role in keeping your smile safe. Not only should you be cleaning your mouth on a daily basis but... Read more »

Take Special Care of Your Smile When Sick

Taking special care of your smile when you are sick can help keep bacteria from your body during this cold and flu season. During this harsh cold and flu season, many people are falling victim to illness, which puts them at higher risk of tooth decay and gum disease from... Read more »

How Can I Stop My Gum Recession?

If you have gum recession, then that means your gums are moving away from the base of your teeth. This is typically caused by oral tissue irritation, like plaque buildup, brushing too hard, and more. If you’re not careful, your gums can continue to recede and, if it gets bad... Read more »

We Can Help You Find the Right Solution to Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is the sensations of tooth discomfort, mild or severe, triggered by eating, drinking, or breathing in cold air. If you are unsure how to address tooth sensitivity, our dentist and team can help find the right solutions for your smile. There are many causes of tooth sensitivity, but... Read more »

You Should Always Check with Your Dentist Before Using a Tooth Whitening Product

Every year millions of Americans struggle with some degree of dental staining. It can be attributed to the frequent consumption of dark beverages like coffee and tea, or the occasional use of tobacco. At the same time, some dental stains simply develop gradually with age. Early on you might be... Read more »