(423) 543-5263

We accept most dental insurance PPO plans, including:




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Prior to your appointment, please call our office to verify we accept your individual dental insurance plan.  

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Office:  423-543-5263

Fax:  423-543-5006

Email: contact@robertsondental.net


Robertson Dental

105 Hudson Drive

Elizabethton, TN  37643

(We are located in the West Towne Plaza Shopping Center)


Monday - Thursday:  

8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

1:30 PM - 5:00 PM

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Our Treatment Options & Services Include:

Routine & Preventative Care.  It’s important to be proactive about your dental health!  For most patients, this means visiting the dentist every 6 months and having a professional cleaning.  At your appointment, you can expect:

A Professional Cleaning.  Our dental hygienist will use special instruments to remove built-up plaque and tartar, which can cause gum disease, cavities, and other problems. Our hygienist will polish and floss your teeth during the visit and instruct you on oral care techniques for improved oral health.

A Dental Examination.  Dr. Robertson will examine your teeth, gums and mouth.  He will look for signs of disease, decay or other problems.  The purpose of this is to prevent problems from becoming serious by identifying and treating them as soon as possible.

X-Rays.  X-rays can diagnose problems not visible to the eye, such as damage to jawbones, impacted teeth, abscesses, cysts or tumors, and decay between the teeth.

CariVu.  At your appointment, we will check your teeth with our state-of-the-art infra-red scanning technology (CariVu).  CariVu can detect cavities and cracks in your teeth early on, that cannot be seen on x-ray. 

Composite (tooth-colored) Fillings.  

A filling restores a tooth damaged by decay.  The decayed tooth material is first removed, the affected area is cleaned, and then the cleaned out cavity is filled with a composite (tooth-colored filling) resin filling material.  By closing off spaces where bacteria can enter, a filling helps prevent further decay.

Extractions/Oral Surgery.

If you have a tooth that has been broken or damaged by decay, we will try to fix it with a filling, crown or other dental treatment. However, there are times when there’s too much damage for the tooth to be repaired.  In these instances, the tooth may need to be extracted.

Other commons reasons for extractions are:

Wisdom Teeth Removal.  Wisdom teeth are often extracted before or after they erupt in the mouth.  These teeth need to be removed if they are decayed, infected, or if there is not enough room in the mouth.

Supernumerary Teeth.  Some people have extra teeth that block other teeth from coming in.

Baby Teeth.  Sometimes baby teeth don't fall out in time to allow the permanent teeth to come in.

Orthodontic Treatment.  People getting braces may need teeth extracted to create room for the teeth that are being moved into place.

Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy; Pulp Canal Therapy).

Root canal therapy is a procedure to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth. The damaged area of the tooth (the pulp) is removed, cleaned and disinfected, and the tooth is then filled and sealed.  Common causes affecting the pulp are a cracked or chipped tooth, decay, or trauma to the tooth.  This procedure can save the tooth and prevent the need to replace the tooth with a bridge or implant.

 Crowns & Bridges.

Crowns & bridges are fixed prosthetic devices that are cemented onto existing teeth.

Crowns are used most commonly to cover or "cap" a damaged tooth.  In most instances, we are able to deliver SAME DAY CROWNS.  This is done by using DIGITAL IMPRESSIONS and our IN-HOUSE 3-D MILLING TECHNOLOGY.  Thanks to our state-of-the-art CEREC system, we are able to provide most patients with crowns in only 1 appointment. 

Bridges are commonly used to cover a space if you’re missing one or more teeth. They are cemented to natural teeth or implants surrounding the space where the tooth once stood.

Bridges and crowns also improve the tooth’s appearance, shape, alignment and dental occlusion (bite). Gaps left by missing teeth can cause the remaining teeth to shift, which can result in a bad bite. Bridges and crowns help prevent this from happening.


Conventional Full Denture.  A conventional full denture is made and placed in a patient's mouth after the remaining teeth are removed and tissues have healed.

Immediate Complete Denture.  An immediate denture is inserted right after your remaining teeth are extracted. We will make a model of the patient's jaws during a preliminary visit.  Immediate dentures help heal your gum tissues, and you do not have to be without teeth during the healing period.

Partial Denture.  A partial denture rests on a metal framework that attaches to your natural teeth. Sometimes crowns are placed on some of your natural teeth and serve as anchors for the partial denture.