"Whitt" Moss is pleased to be able to offer beautiful smiles to his
neighbors in Maryville and the surrounding communities.
Dr. Moss earned his dental degree from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry, after earning his bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee. Prior to entering private practice, he completed a general practice residency at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, where he learned advanced treatment techniques in all areas of general dentistry. He has taken numerous postgraduate education courses, specifically selecting courses focusing on cosmetic dentistry that allow him to provide his patients with smile enhancement options such as crowns, veneers, and esthetic white fillings. His commitment to lifelong education means he is constantly evaluating emerging dental methods and technologies in order to provide his patients with the best results in the least invasive manner with a high emphasis on comfort. This commitment ensures the highest level of care, both today and tomorrow.
Dr. Moss maintains professional membership in the American Dental Association, Tennessee Dental Association, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry, Second District Dental Society, and Blount County Dental Society. He is an active participant in the community, volunteering at Interfaith Clinic and fostering rescue dogs. He and his wife Andrea, also a dentist, have one dog and two cats, and in his spare time, Dr. Moss enjoys tennis, hiking, and following UT sports.
Dr. Moss maintains professional membership in the American Dental Association, Tennessee Dental Association, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry, Second District Dental Society, and Blount County Dental Society. He is an active participant in the community, volunteering at Interfaith Clinic and fostering rescue dogs. He recently received the Volunteer Service Award for his community service with the Interfaith Dental Clinic, in addition to the 2015 Tennessee Dental Association Continuing Education Award. This award is presented to the dentist who received the most continuing education hours that year.
He and his wife Andrea, also a dentist, have one dog and two cats, and in his spare time, Dr. Moss enjoys tennis, hiking, and following UT sports.
Dr. Moss is excited to meet you and discuss your dental needs. Call our office today at (865) 983-4642 to schedule the first step toward your healthiest smile.
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In an effort to help control the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, our office will limit appointments to essential and emergency procedures until further notice.
This decision is in accordance with the recommendation released by the American Dental Association (ADA) and Tennessee Dental Association (TDA) to postpone elective procedures.
"Concentrating on emergency dental care will allow us to care for our emergency patients and alleviate the burden that dental emergencies would place on hospital emergency departments," the ADA said in a statement Monday.
We will be in contact with you soon to reschedule and we will notify you when we are fully prepared to resume business as usual for all of our patients.
Our phone lines will remain open for your questions and concerns. If you are experiencing pain or have any dental emergency, please call our office at 865-983-4642.
At Moss Family Dentistry, we have always followed standard universal precautions issued by the CDC and ADA to help protect every one of our patients and team members from the many infectious diseases that we are potentially exposed to on a daily basis. For your peace of mind, these are the precautions we take EVERY time you sit in one of our patient chairs:
In addition to the above standard measures, we will be exercising a higher standard of infection-control in our waiting areas, including removing all magazines, toys, and other items that are difficult to disinfect. And while we love and value each of our patients, handshakes and hugs may be replaced with an "elbow bump" for the time being.
While we are doing everything in our power to protect you, we also ask for your cooperation in making our office environment a safe one when you visit us. If you have a cough, fever, or chills, please call our office to discuss whether or not you should reschedule. We will be checking temperatures on all patients as they enter and anyone with a reading over 99.9 degrees may be asked to reschedule at least three weeks later as a precaution. Also, to practice social distancing and minimize the number of people in our waiting room, please show up no earlier than 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment and come alone if possible.
We care about each of you and hope that you and your family will remain in good health during this difficult time.
Whittaker Moss, DDS