Implants help protect tooth-supporting bone and keep your teeth in alignment while giving you a natural, confident smile.

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A Clean, Full Smile

If you’re missing one or more teeth, dental implants might be the right choice for you. Missing teeth can detract from your appearance, make it difficult to eat, and might make you feel self-conscious to smile and laugh around others. In addition, a lack of a tooth can cause bone to deteriorate and other teeth to shift which will eventually lead to further dental problems.

Implant- Supported Bridge

Implant- Anterior

Single Implant (Anterior-Healing Abutment)

Implant- Posterior

Single Implant (Posterior- Healing Abutment)

Socket Preservation

How Implants Work

An implant usually has a small, screw-shaped titanium post that replaces the root of the missing tooth. It is inserted into the jawbone during a minor surgical procedure and is left to heal while the bone fuses to the implant. After a set period of time, the dentist will attach a tooth-like crown to the post that is virtually indistinguishable from your other teeth. After the procedure, your implant will look, feel, and function like natural teeth, allowing you to eat, talk, and smile with ease.

Implants: The Best Solution

No other tooth replacement option creates a better, longer-lasting solution than dental implants. When properly cared for, the implant itself can last a lifetime and the crown can last many years. Town Creek Family Dentistry has several implant options, including single tooth and multi-tooth replacement. The dentist can help you decide which replacement option is best for your situation.


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Dear Patient,

Happy New Year!  With a new year comes new benefits.

As of January 1, 2021,we will be asking for a copy of your insurance card and photo ID.

Please bring these with you on your first appointment of the year.

We continue to be committed to your safety and are following the CDC, ADA and OSHA guidelines.

You may have seen these procedures during your last dental visit, but our waiting room continues to be closed.

We ask that you call the office at 865-816-6327 when you have arrived, and one of our team members will check you in.

Thank you for choosing to be our patient. We look forward to seeing you in 2021!