Poor oral health can lead to painful issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, and in severe cases, tooth loss.
Drs. Ruth Bailey and Kasey Sliger offer a range of restorative dentistry procedures to restore the form and function of your teeth.
Find out how to achieve a healthy smile at our dental practice in Knoxville, TN…
Restorative Dentistry Provides Endless Benefits
Improved Oral HealthUntreated decay or damage can spread to surrounding teeth and gums, putting your health at risk. Restorative dentistry repairs and strengthens your teeth to ensure a healthy smile and protects it from further damage.
Eliminated PainOral health issues that have progressed can lead to a host of painful symptoms. Our dentists utilize modern technology and techniques to accurately identify where the pain is coming from, which areas are affected, and how to best treat them.
Restored FunctionDamaged or missing teeth can make daily activities like eating or speaking a challenge. Restorative dentistry improves your quality of life by restoring function, allowing you to eat your favorite foods and meet people with confidence.
Higher Self-EsteemCertain dental conditions such as chips or cracks can make you self-conscious about your smile. Restorative dentistry not only improves the function of your teeth–it can also enhance your appearance and boost your self-image as well.
Visit Our State-of-the-Art Facility
If you're dealing with a missing tooth, decay, or an infection, we can help. Drs. Bailey and Sliger believe in using all the resources available to us to provide the highest level of care. To us, that means investing in modern technology, staying on top of the latest techniques, and learning innovative procedures that other dentists haven't utilized yet. To schedule a consultation or learn more about restorative dentistry, call our Knoxville, TN, office at:
Leaders in Biomimetic Dentistry
Here at Cosmetic Dentistry of Knoxville, we are proud to offer biomimetic dentistry to our patients. Treatments such as crowns or root canal treatment require healthy tissue to be removed but our dentists have extensive training in preserving as much tooth structure as possible while restoring complete dental function. In fact, Biomimetic Dentistry is such a conservative approach, removing only the damaged portions of a tooth, that it can often reduce or even eliminate the need for crowns or root canal therapy altogether.
Conserves Natural Tooth
Preserves Tooth Structure
Strengthens Tooth Structure
"You Can't Do Any Better Than This Office"
Doctors Bailey and Sliger have proven to be one of the best health-care choices our family has ever made. Their tools, techniques, and up-to-the-minute training put them years ahead of our previous dentists, yet their costs are comparable. Again and again, Dr. Bailey has gone the extra mile — research, consultation with others, time and care — to be sure our complex dental problems were diagnosed correctly and solved. We’ve been satisfied with every interaction with Dr. Bailey, her colleague Dr. Sliger, and her friendly, accessible staff. We’re grateful and happy to recommend her.View On Google
I am a very anxious patient, and I had quit going to the dentist about 6 years ago when I moved back to Knoxville. I researched reviews carefully, because I knew I had problems that needed immediate attention. I chose Dr Bailey after much thought, and I'm so glad I did. Dr Bailey is painless and easy to talk with about pending work. One of my favorite things about her practice is that she, her dental assistant, and her hygienist all have such calming personalities. That is necessary for me. The ladies at the reception area are always cheerful and welcoming. Take it from a nervous Nellie, you can't do any better than this office.View On Google
Explore Our Restorative Dentistry Procedures
Dental implants are titanium roots that are directly anchored to the jawbone, providing a lifetime of support and stability. A dental implant acts as an artificial tooth root, serving as a solid foundation for a dental crown, denture, or dental bridge. The result is a beautiful, natural-looking tooth that blends in with the rest of your smile.
Dental crowns protect damaged or decayed teeth from further damage. If left untreated, the tooth is vulnerable to fractures, infection, or further decay. Along with an added layer of protection, crowns can provide cosmetic benefits and are made of stunning materials such as porcelain.
Are you missing one or more teeth? A dental bridge is customized prosthetic teeth created to renew your ability to eat and chew properly. Once placed, a bridge functions like natural teeth and prevents surrounding teeth from shifting. For added support, bridges can be attached to dental implants.
For patients missing multiple teeth, dentures can replace a full arch of missing or extracted teeth. Along with restoring chewing ability and improving speech, dentures also help maintain facial structure by filling out the lips and cheeks. Dentures are custom-made for your comfort and can be used with implants for unbeatable support.
Dental bonding can treat a range of issues from cracks or chips to gaps between your teeth. Dental bonding uses tooth-colored resin to sculpt and repair the tooth. Patients can enjoy results in just one dental visit, making bonding a simple, convenient, and cost-effective option to improve your oral health.
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Our Advanced Technology
Our Tekscan T-Scan™ device allows us to precisely measure the amount of force that occurs as the teeth meet, indicating any issues with the jaw. This technology has been revolutionary in helping patients who suffer from TMJ disorder, or teeth grinding. We can plan precise treatment that relieves your symptoms and addresses dysfunction in the jaw.
Laser dentistry is a versatile tool used to treat tooth decay and reshape the gums. During treatment, a beam of light is used to treat affected areas with absolute precision. Laser dentistry is more comfortable and conservative than traditional methods. Our dentists also have extensive training in laser dentistry and prioritize patient comfort.
Don't Delay Restorative Care
Many people think that a cavity isn't a big deal. But did you know that a cavity can eventually lead to a missing tooth if left untreated? Plaque gradually damages your tooth and makes it more susceptible to infection over time, which can spread to surrounding teeth. Our state-of-the-art facility can treat a range of oral health conditions to ensure they don't become more significant issues down the road.
"I Love Going to the Dentist!"
Dr. Bailey and all of her staff are very kind, caring, attentive, and professional. I have already recommended Dr. Bailey to several people as her and her staff have made my two experiences there so far very pleasant! I highly recommend if you are looking for an excellent dentist.View On Google
So many things to say – all of which are AWESOME! Dr. Bailey and the team bring a literal smile to my face when visiting. How rare is it to say, "I love going to the dentist!" Well ... in this case, I do. And Kelly -- Carolyn > you ladies rock!View On Google