Let Us Introduce Ourselves
The dental practice team at Jeff P. Frizzell, DDS is proud to provide you with expert consultation and treatment.
Dr. Jeff Frizzell DDS
A 1982 licensed graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry, Jeff Frizzell has been practicing for the past 38 years. He recently moved his office to 785 Estate Place. Dr. Frizzell served for 3 years as a consultant in the University of Tennesse's Urban Smiles program and supervised dental hygiene students providing screening for students in urban school settings. He has organized and directed 14 trips to Belize where he and his colleagues provided free dental care to needy villagers in various parts of the country. The picture to the right shows Dr. Frizzell on one of his mission trips to the Stann Creek District in Belize. Dr. Frizzell has volunteered at Christ Community Clinic where he treated homeless patients and has supervised dental students at the Bellevue Mobile Dental Clinic where needy patients are provided free dental care. He is certified to provide invisalign and Lumineers treatment.
Dr. Frizzell currently is a volunteer clinical instructor with the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry, serving at the Bellevue Mobile Dental Clinic. Recently, he became a peer reviewer for scientific articles submitted to the journal of the Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Frizzell is a member of the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, and Omicron Kappa Upsilon, a national dental honor society. For the last several years, Dr. Frizzell has been listed in Memphis Magazines's Top Dentists.
short clip of Dr. Frizzell in Belize
Most of our mission clinics are operated out of school buildings. This particular clinic was in a village in the southern part of Belize.
Carolyn Holmes, RDA
Carolyn Holmes has been Dr. Frizzell's dental assistant for 36 years. She is a registered dental assistant and provides expert chairside assistance. Besides being a competent professional, she is the heartbeat of the practice. The minute you walk in the door, it is not unusual to hear her singing or laughing. Many patients love the good-natured jokes they share with Carolyn and enjoy her bright, uplifting look at life. You just have to meet her to believe her!
Carolyn's Enchanted Forest
For several years, Carolyn has been collecting Christmas Trees and filling her house with them. At the office, we refer to this as "Carolyn's Enchanted Forest". At last count, she had 21 trees in her home at Christmas. Recently, Fox 13 did an interview with Carolyn about her growing hobby.