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Our Facility

We have designed the most ergonomic and state of the art facility to help you with your dental care. We are located at 1606 Gunbarrel Road in the Corporate Image complex in Suite 104. Please give us a call at (423) 553-8858 if you need specific directions. Please look at all of our amenities that we provide to make your patient experience extremely comfortable.

Patient Comfort

You are not alone if you feel anxious about a visit to the dentist. We understand and share your concerns. We strive to make every visit pleasant and comfortable. If there is anything else we can do, we welcome our patient's comments.
Dr. Lunn believes in utilizing the latest technology to provide his patients with the best in comprehensive, preventive dental care. Here are some the latest developments in dentistry that you will find in our office:
  • Escape the background sounds with our Bose Noise - Reduction headphones. These headphones drown out the sound of the drill. Bring your own CDs for listening pleasure.
  • For your viewing pleasure, we have DVD capabilities. Feel free to bring your favorite movie.
  • Flat Screen Monitors in each treatment room so you can see what we see if you wish. If you do not, you can watch any TV program you wish.
  • Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and Sleep Dentistry available to help take the edge off any anxieties.
  • No typical "dental office smell" with our scented candles.
  • We do offer warm blankets to "take the chill off."
  • Our office is handicapped accessible by including dental chairs, doorways, restrooms and wheelchair ramp in the parking lot.

Patient Safety

To protect our patients and ourselves our staff wears masks, gloves, and safety glasses. We exceed all Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines. Whenever possible, disposable single use items are used to insure your safety. All reusable instruments are cleaned, disinfected and sterilized exceeding recommendations by the American Dental Association and Center for Disease Control. Water lines use water purifying tablets and are flushed with antimicrobials regularly. Hand pieces (drills) are sterilized with state-of-the-art sterilization units specifically designed for this purpose. All surfaces in the treatment rooms are cleaned, disinfected, and covered with disposable plastic (where applicable) which is discarded after each patient.

Digital X-rays

To improve your care we've invested in a new way of looking into your mouth—a procedure that's fast, and incredibly precise – digital x-rays. Even more amazing is that we get an image immediately that is large, clear, and accurate, right next to your chair…ready for discussion. Digital x-ray technology speeds and simplifies the diagnostic part of your treatment, and most importantly allows us to provide a much higher level of care.

Clear Picture, Clear Understanding, & Clearly Improved Care

Digital radiography makes for fast and easy evaluation of even the most complex dental conditions. The instantaneous, clear computer screen image allows us to immediately discuss the findings with you. Together, we can examine the outer and inner structures and tissues of each tooth, the surrounding roots, root canals, and gums.

Fewer Rays, Fantastic Results

Previous dental treatment required long series of x-rays to determine what was going on in someone's mouth. Then there was time in the darkroom, developing the x-rays in chemicals, followed by even more time spent examining films on a special light board. But this cumbersome process is entirely outmoded by digital radiography. Now, you simply relax in the dental chair while we briefly position a tiny 'sensor' inside your mouth. The sensor acts like a miniature VCR camera, having a chip that is sensitive to x-rays, rather than light. As a result, you're exposed to 90% less radiation than with traditional x-ray techniques. We receive a highly detailed image almost instantaneously on our computer screen. These images have all the conveniences of other digitized images: we can rotate it, magnify it, adjust it for contrast, and even color-code it for educational purposes. For insurance purposes, referrals, or patient education, it can be easily, inexpensively and faithfully reproduced any number of times.

Intra-Oral Camera

It used to be that when your dentist wanted to let you know what was going on inside your mouth, he or she took a look around and then verbally described what they saw. Perhaps you'd even get to look in a mirror, squinting and searching around, trying to understand what he was talking about. But now, thanks to a wonderful new technology called an intra-oral camera, you can relax in your chair while simultaneously observing a real-time movie of the inside of your mouth in a digital format, magnified 35 times its normal size, on an adjacent TV monitor! Our intra-oral camera & digital imaging allow us to observe, diagnose and communicate clearly what’s going on inside your mouth, while reducing your exposure to radiation. Not only does this make it simple to see and understand what Dr. Lunn is diagnosing, but it makes it simple for us to keep incredibly accurate records from one visit to the next.

Surgical Telescopes

When Dr. Lunn works on your teeth, he'll most likely be wearing a funny-looking pair of glasses. These 'glasses' are actually surgical telescopes that allow him to see and evaluate intricate details as he works, making tiny but important adjustments to the procedure that would go unnoticed with the naked eye.

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So thankful to finally have a dentist who knows what he is doing!! Everyone is so friendly and makes me feel welcome. It takes away the anxiety of going to the dentist. Anna - patient

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Chattanooga Office

1606 Gunbarrel Road
Ste 104
Chattanooga, TN 37421

Open Today 7:30am - 3:00pm

All Hours Directions (423) 553-8858

Chattanooga Office

1606 Gunbarrel Road
Ste 104
Chattanooga, TN 37421

Open Today 7:30am - 3:00pm

All Hours Directions (423) 553-8858