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Beard, Brian K, DDS

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415 25th St NW, Cleveland, TN 37311

(423) 476-6541

Today: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Primary: Dentist

Sub-Specialty: Primary Dental Care

Additional Specialties: Dental General Practice




Accepts New Patients
invisalign, lumineers

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Practice Affiliations

Practice At 415 25th St Nw

415 25th St Nw

Cleveland, TN 37311

Main Location

415 25th St NW

Cleveland, TN 37311


Regular Hours


Payment Method
discover, amex, insurance, financing available

Other Information

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Dentists, Cosmetic Dentistry, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


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Broken Crown in Less than 2 years

Dr. Beard put a ceramic crown on my far back right tooth less than 2 years ago. That crown recently broke. Considering I have heart disease, my dental health has always been a top priority, and I have always regularly seen a dentist. I saw Dr. Beard when I was a student living in Cleveland. I have since moved back to Knoxville, and see a dentist here. The first thing I said when I called Dr. Beard's office was, ""how long should a ceramic crown last""? I was answered with the reply ""20 years"". I explained that my crown had broken, and they looked up my file, and said, yes, it has been less than 2 years, but too bad. They refused to fix my crown, b/c I haven't been seeing Dr. Beard every six months. I explained that I live in Knoxville, and see a dentist in Knoxville, and haven't noticed any problems with the crown. They still said too bad, we won't fix it. After I argued a bit they finally agreed to fix my tooth ""at cost"" which is $700. Obviously $700 is not at cost. When I told my dentist about the situation, he couldn't believe they wouldn't fix it and assured me that if anything happens to my new crown within 5 years he will replace it for free. I absolutely can not believe that Dr. Beard is totally fine with the crown he put in someone's mouth breaking in less than 2 years.