Your smile deserves some TLC
5-star reviews from our patients
"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."
"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."
"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!"
How It Works
Enjoy Your Appointment
Digital impressions, 3D x-rays, and advanced prophylaxis using cutting-edge technology.
Many reasons to smile
- Warm blankets
- Neck pillows
- Your favorite shows
Insurance & Financing
We have you covered
In-House Savings Plan
No insurance? You can get high-quality dental care from us! Our office accepts cash, checks, and credit cards. Inquire about Doyle Dental Care, our in-house dental health savings plan. It’s an excellent choice for your entire family. It offers 15% off all treatments!
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 often should I visit my dentist for an exam and cleaning?
Why is it important to get regular dental exams?
What’s the difference between a regular cleaning and deep cleaning?
Regular cleanings are typically performed every 6 months as part of your routine dental checkup. During a regular cleaning, we’ll remove plaque and tartar buildup from the surface of your teeth and polish them.
Deep cleanings (also called scaling and root planing) are more extensive cleanings that may be recommended if you have gum disease. During a deep cleaning, we clean both the surface of your teeth and below the gum line to remove bacteria and plaque buildup. Deep cleanings are often split up into multiple appointments.