Community Relations

At Snodgrass-King Dental Associates, we love our community. That’s why we take every opportunity to give back to the place we love. Our Community Relations Program always has us out meeting new people in new places, and we’d love to meet you too! Don’t forget to head over to the Request an Appointment tab to get in touch with us.

Holiday Giveaway: Oral B 5000 Electronic Toothbrush & Opalescence Go Teeth Whitening Kit To enter to win our Holiday Giveaway all you have to do is refer us a friend! As soon as that referral is seen in our office, your name will be entered into the drawing. Each time ... Continue Reading →

The Pink Out Program Pink Out Your Braces for Breast Cancer Awareness Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.” For National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ... Continue Reading →

SnodgrassKing Hosts Annual FREE Dental Day FREE Dental Day – February 27th 2016 Nashville, TN – Dr. Snodgrass and Dr. King and the entire SnodgrassKing team are out to change lives by offering free dental care to those in need. In celebration of Dental ... Continue Reading →

Chomp’s Dental Health Month 2016 Chomp’s on the move! Explore our list below to discover if Chomp is coming to a neighborhood near you! Continue Reading →

Treats for Troops Wraps up with a $10,000 Donation to Charlie Daniels’s Journey Home Project SnodgrassKing Pediatric Dental Associates of Middle Tennessee supports our local schools, our United States troops overseas, and our wounded veterans by donating $10,000 to Mt. Juliet’s Journey Home Project. The Journey Home Project is a local non-profit organization, ... Continue Reading →

Treats for Troops – Spring Hill Spring Hill Candy Buy-Back Program Monday, Nov 2nd Longview Elementary Marvin Wright Spring Hill Elementary Giving Back to Our Troops As part of the Halloween celebration, SnodgrassKing has organized a buy back program that is destined to make a positive impact in ... Continue Reading →

A Letter From Our Local Medicine Club “Dear Dr. Snodgrass, In the Medicine Club, we emphasize to our members that doctors should have compassion for patients. We sometimes come across doctor who only view patients as numbers, but when we shadowed you, you made it ... Continue Reading →

Treats for Troops – Mt. Juliet Mt. Juliet Candy Buy-Back Program The following schools are competing in Treats for Troops – Mt. Juliet, a Snodgrass-King candy buy back program. Monday, Nov 2nd West Elementary vs. Elzie Patton Elementary Tuesday, Nov 3rd Stoner Creek Elementary vs. Mt. ... Continue Reading →

Tut, Tut, There is Hope for a Cure! Last month, we had the extreme pleasure and honor of participating in the 2015 Wilson Mt. Juliet Relay for Life at Charlie Daniels Park. Relay for Life is an organization we believe in, and an event we ... Continue Reading →

FREE Dental Day – February 21st For information on Free Dental Day 2016 click here Dr. Snodgrass and Dr. King and the entire SnodgrassKing team are out to change lives by offering free dental care to those in need. In celebration of Dental Health ... Continue Reading →

Chomp’s Dental Health Month Something SnodgrassKing looks forward to every new year is the month of February (Dental Health Month). It’s during this month in which we build awareness on the importance of oral health. We travel school to school visiting ... Continue Reading →

Treats for Troops Does your school have what it takes to win Treats for Troops, a Snodgrass King candy buy back program? **UPDATE For information on our 2015 Halloween Candy Buyback Program and find participating locations, click here. ** This year is the ... Continue Reading →

Snodgrass King teams up with Carrie Underwood Our family here at Snodgrass King had such a rewarding and great time in Haiti last week – and we met some amazing new friends! One of Nashville’s very own, Carrie Underwood, helped out at the clinic. ... Continue Reading →

Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech Chomp had an amazing time this past weekend at the Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech. We helped raised over $8400 in support of CASANA’s programs & research! Walk funds are being used to create new ... Continue Reading →

Reptile Ruckus at Longview Elem. Chomp was asked to participate at Reptile Ruckus this year at Longview Elementary School in Spring Hill! We had a blast hanging out with the students as the year winded down! Continue Reading →

Norman Binkley Elementary Pinky Promised! We Take Our Pinky Promises Seriously! The wonderful children at Norman Binkley Elementary pinky promised they would have their parents help them with brushing & flossing their teeth every night! Parents– its so important to be play a ... Continue Reading →

W.A. Wright Kindergarten Fair Here’s Chomp at the kindergarten fair at W. A. Wright Elementary! Mom and Dads, don’t forget to pack your kindergartener healthy snacks for their teeth! Some great examples are apples, carrots, and cheese & crackers. Continue Reading →

Chomp spotted at Providence movie theatre Chomp was at the Providence movie theatre this past weekend, for the opening of Mr. Peabody and Sherman! Don’t forget to floss after eating popcorn, cornels can get stuck in your gums causing infection! Twitter HashTag – #WhereIsChomp Continue Reading →

Snodgrass-King and His Little Feet Haitian Choir This article has been taken from its original source here – WKRN : News Channel 2 FRANKLIN, Tenn. – More than a dozen Haitian orphans are in Franklin recording an album and soon will be performing at various ... Continue Reading →

Snodgrass-King Trip to Haiti In November, 2010, Dr. Snodgrass and Dr. King led a team of eleven Snodgrass-King staff members to Haiti and the Dominican Republic. They stopped in Sosua, DR at the Haitian and Dominican Assistance Corporation’s, Monkey Jungle Clinic, ... Continue Reading →

Snodgrass-King – Help Haiti Help Haiti By now, everyone waking this morning has heard of the earthquake that hit Port-Au-Prince, Haiti yesterday as the sun was going down. CNN is reporting that the capital city is devastated. Even the Presidential Palace has ... Continue Reading →