Welcome to Alamont Dental Associates!
We realize that you have many options when it comes to dental providers, so we are pleased that you have chosen us or are considering us to care for your medical needs.
Our expertise and experience in general and cosmetic dentistry is your assurance of quality and artistry.
Our highly trained general dentists are competent to manage a wide variety of problems relating to the oral cavity.
Preventative care dentistry is the only way to ensure that you maintain healthy teeth and gums to look and feel great.
Alamont Dental Associates is a state-of-the-art treatment facility. We are committed to providing comprehensive diagnostics, treatment planning, and clinical care for the entire family.
At Alamont, we focus on re-establishing optimum dental health, function, and esthetics for our patients. Call us today for an appointment. We look forward to providing you with the highest quality of oral health care in the most gentle, efficient, and enthusiastic manner possible.
Meet the Alamont Dental Team
We at Alamont Dental want to provide your dental care with the high standards that our patients have grown to expect.
William C. Shipley
Dr. Shipley attended Texas A&M University and is a United States Air Force veteran.
Brandon S. Roller
Dr. Roller attended East Tennessee State University and the Medical College of Georgia.
Stephen T. Graul
Dr. Graul attended the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
Dr. Pittman attended the University of Tennessee Memphis.
Barry L. Hopper
Dr. Hopper attended the University of Tennessee Knoxville and Memphis.
Are you accepting new patients? Yes, we look forward to meeting you and your family! Do you accept children? Yes! We believe in providing comprehensive treatment to patients of all ages. More Frequently Asked Questions
Knocked Out Tooth:
Time is the enemy when a tooth is knocked out. If a dentist is seen within one hour after an accident, chances are good that the tooth can be re-implanted and saved.
Broken or Chipped Teeth:
If you are experiencing pain or sensitivity in the affected tooth, call us immediately as this indicates the tooth nerve may be injured. Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean the area. Use cold compresses on the area to keep any swelling down.
If you have a having a dental emergency, please call us immediately at (423) 968-4422.
Schedule An Appointment Today!
We are committed to providing comprehensive diagnostics, treatment planning, and clinical care for the entire family.