The artist's concept depicts dentistry as a small business area in the center, including Norris Animal Hospital, with a dental practice on one side and a veterinary clinic on the other.
Dr. Kherani has been practicing dentistry at Norris Animal Hospital for over 30 years and purchased the facility from Dr. Trish Sullivan, who has retired. While Sullivan was practising there, the building was occupied by Dr Michael Beeler, who has since moved to a new clinic on nearby Bethel Road. He is highly trained to help patients develop and offer both dental and medical treatment options.
Dr. Angie is dedicated to training to keep up with the trends and use new technologies to provide the best possible care for patients. He also knows that he can ensure that his children are cared for punctually and continuously throughout the year.
After completing 250 hours of classes, Dr. Angie moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, where she completed her residency in pediatric dentistry at the University of Tennessee Medical School. During her stay, she gained experience in assessing and caring for medically impaired patients. After completing her training, Dr. Darryl returned to East Tennessee in August 2006 to complete his education and found a pediatric dentistry practice in Knoxville.
Dr. Darryl decided to continue his education after his stay in pediatric dentistry at the University of Tennessee Medical School, where he received comprehensive clinical, emergency and surgical training. Dr. B. completed his bachelor's degree in pediatrics and his master's degree in medical education. He has also decided to undergo additional dental training for children through the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Association of Pediatric Dentists (NAP).
Dr. Kherani earned his bachelor's degree from Georgia State University and attended dental school at the University of Tennessee Medical School, graduating in 2008. As a student, Dr. Jim attended the College of Dental Medicine and Dentistry at Georgia Southern University in Athens, Georgia.
He attended the University of Tennessee for his bachelor's degree and then went to dental school in UT. After graduating from the College of Dentistry in Tennessee, he attended the University of Knoxville School of Medicine, Tennessee, and later attended the College of Dentistry in Memphis.
Dr Hollingsworth was awarded a scholarship for his leadership skills and was a member of the boards of the American Dental Association and the National Association for the Advancement of Dentistry.
When he's not saving the world, Dr. Darryl and his family enjoy hiking, camping, skiing and other outdoor activities. He never misses an opportunity to ski in winter and ski in summer.
After work, he loves nature and enjoys spending time with his family, including his seven-month-old son. Dr. B. "s wife, Summer, is busy with herself over the summer and he appreciates spending time with family and friends. In her free time she likes to spend time at home with her family or out with her dogs Tucker and Sadie. She is very close to the family because her husband is a dentist and his wife a dental assistant.
Dr. B., a big Vols fan, can also count on him to keep the office up to date on all things football and basketball. Dr. Darryl and Dr. B. can be seen at the gym or at home with his family during the week, even when they are not in his office.
Dr. Angie is an avid diver and enjoys traveling to the best dive sites that South Florida and the Caribbean have to offer. Dr. Darryl, a dentist for over 30 years, has a deep interest in being an expert in dental implants and implant dentistry in general. He has participated in advanced dental implantation courses at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and is a member of the Institute of Dental Implantation and Dentistry at North Carolina State University. She is a leading expert in implants and dentistry and has had the opportunity to participate in several implant research projects in the United States.
Children Joseph, Ashley and Kate were two of Dr. Darryl's first patients when he opened pediatric dentistry in Knoxville. He is a private practice resident in Farragut, Tennessee, after receiving his bachelor's degree in dentistry from North Carolina State University and a PhD from the Institute of Dental Implantation and Dentism at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Rick Moore, endodontist at Farragut, is the son of a dentist and father of two children, Michael Moore Jr. and Jennifer Moore.
Dr. Darryl loves to travel and spend time with his wife Jennifer, who works in the practice, and his children Joseph, Ashley and Kate. Patients love Dr. Moore because many of them know him from other activities they have been involved in in the community. The best thing about him as part of our team is that he shares his passion for helping children have a great dental experience.