Dr. Ruth Bailey DDS, Dentist

Dr. Ruth Bailey DDS


6001 Walden Drive #1 Knoxville Tennessee, 37919



Ruth E. Bailey, DDS, maintains a private practice in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she provides a comprehensive range of cosmetic, restorative, general, and laser dentistry services. The office has been providing quality dental care for over twenty-five years, with an array of quality services ranging from cosmetic veneers, crowns and bridges, to complex implant procedures. Dr. Bailey became a member of the Tennessee Dental Association and American Dental Association, which allows her to stay at the forefront of the ever challenging and changing field of dentistry.

Education and Training

University of Tennessee College of Dentistry

Provider Details

Female English

Areas of expertise and specialization

Cosmetic Dentistry Veneers, bonding teeth bleaching Boimemetic dentistey Disclusion Time Reduction

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Tennessee Board of Dentistry 2006 - 2012


  • Fellowship Award Tennessee Dental Association

Professional Memberships

  • American D
  • American College of Dentists
  • Academy of Cosmetic Dentists

Professional Society Memberships

  • Tennessee Dental Association, American Dental Association

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Hard Work

Dr. Ruth Bailey DDS's Practice location

6001 Walden Drive -
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
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6001 WALDEN DR -
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