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Be Prepared to Have Your Socks Knocked off – New Knoxville Cosmetic Dentistry Website Launches


The new Einstein Medical website of cosmetic dentist Thomas G. Zarger, Jr.Jumping on the opportunity to utilize one of Einstein Medical’s newest website designs, Tweed in Levi Dark Green, Dr. Thomas G. Zarger, a Knoxville cosmetic and restorative dentist, hopes to knock the socks off his patients with his sleek website layout, informative content, and creative design. With the cool gray and bold teal color choice, not only will the Knoxville cosmetic dentistry website of Dr. Zarger draw current and potential patients in, it will keep them well informed and allow them to interact with the dentist.

The dental website, http://www.knoxvilledentalmakeover.com/, was built in the Lucid content management system (CMS), which means that Dr. Zarger’s website can evolve along with his practice. The design is flexible, and his website is connected to all of his social media portals, including Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. As Dr. Zarger updates his cosmetic dentistry blog, patients can view a live stream of his posts. The simple but elegant layout of his website makes it easy to discover what the Knoxville cosmetic dentistry practice has to offer.

When Dr. Zarger explained what drives him to offer a superior level of patient care, he emphasized his attention to even the smallest detail. He said he always reflects on how he would want to be treated if he were the one sitting in his dental chair. Reflecting Dr. Zarger’s commitment to his patients, our designers, writers, and project managers developed Dr. Zarger’s website with a similar attention to detail.  

Einstein Medical always strives to create the best user experience imaginable in every website we creates, and Dr. Zarger’s website is no exception. We hope that his prospective patients be as pleased with his new website as they will surely be with their visits to Dr. Zarger’s Knoxville cosmetic dentistry practice.