Ooltewah Dental Bridges

The final piece to a perfect smile

Call or text (423) 490-7676

Now is the time to smile wide

Do gaps in your mouth keep you from smiling and laughing? Dental bridges are the go-to solution for many patients with one or several missing teeth.

Our Ooltewah dental bridges are made of porcelain, which looks and feels just like your natural teeth and gives you a stunning smile. Plus, they improve your ability to chew, speak, and maintain proper bite alignment.

At Doyle Family Dentistry, we’re here to help you recover your smile. Request an appointment with us today!

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"Doyle Family Dentistry are the best in Chattanooga, “Good People” they treat you like part of their family. If you want a Dentist whose entire staff works hard to make going to
the dentist a great experience then give them a call."

— Paul B.

"Best dental experience ever! Everyone at this practice is so patient focused and the customer service is five-star. Dr. Doyle is so gentle and the results are amazing. It makes dental appointments a pleasure."

— Melody R.

"Dr. Doyle and her staff are amazing. I had to have some rather extensive work done and they went above and beyond to make me feel comfortable every step of the way. I recommend them highly. I love my new smile!"

— Edward H.

What to Expect


Your Appointment

Visit our dentist for a complete examination.



We’ll provide you with a customized treatment plan



Your bridges will be attached to adjacent teeth or placed on implants

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Benefits of dental bridges

  • Can replace one or several teeth at the same time
  • Restore your smile’s appearance and your confidence
  • Allow you to speak and chew properly
  • Keep your teeth from shifting

Insurance & Financing

Get the care you deserve

We accept many different types of dental insurance. We will assess your coverage, answer any questions you may have, and go over the estimated costs for your dental bridge treatment.

In-House Savings Plan

Not covered by insurance? At our office, you can get the high-quality care that you deserve. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards as forms of payment. In addition, for your entire family, we offer Doyle Dental Care, our exclusive in-house dental savings plan. You can save 15% on treatment!

Visit Us

Our Ooltewah dentist office is conveniently located just south of Interstate 75 and Highway 11. We proudly serve patients throughout Ooltewah, Chattanooga, and the Tennessee Valley.

5564 Little Debbie Parkway
Suite 120
Ooltewah, TN 37363

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Monday - Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Fridays reserved for smile makeovers

Are you ready to love your smile?

Schedule your appointment at Doyle Family Dentistry in Ooltewah.
See for yourself what everyone’s talking about.

Frequently Asked Questions

How are bridges different from dentures?

Bridges are fixed restorations used to replace one or more missing teeth by attaching artificial teeth to neighboring teeth or dental implants. Traditional dentures, on the other hand, are removable and often replace all your teeth.

How should I care for my dental bridges?

Brush your bridges at least twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush, floss daily to remove any food particles or plaque that may have accumulated, and use a mouthwash. Also, it’s important to maintain regular dental checkups and cleanings with us to ensure the health of your bridges and surrounding teeth.

How long do dental bridges last?

With proper care and maintenance, dental bridges can last up to 10-15 years or more. However, the durability of your bridges can vary based on your oral hygiene habits.

How long does it take to get used to bridges?

For some patients, it can take several days to get used to their dental bridges. During this time, you may experience some mild discomfort while eating or speaking. However, this should gradually subside as you become accustomed to your new bridges.

More questions?

If you have any additional questions or concerns about dental bridges or other dental restorations, call us at (423) 490-7676.