About Our Practice

When you visit Freedom Implants Louisville KY, the very first thing that you’ll notice is how friendly and professional the clinic is. We are committed to care here at Freedom Implants, and our patients are our number one priority. The procedures which we offer use minimally-invasive surgical techniques with a short healing time, putting you and your recovery first. Our priority is for you to leave happy and smiling!

 

We have over forty years combined clinical experience in dentistry here at Freedom Implants, and you can trust that our staff will only ever deliver the best treatment to you. There are plenty of options for you to consider for your treatment, and we want to tailor make your smile for you based on what you want! We believe that our patients deserve the highest respect, which is why we offer several financing options to ensure that the best care is well within your affordability range.

 

With our range of mini dental implant options here at Freedom Implants, you can begin to enjoy a little more out of life. We’re proud to offer you the latest technology in dentistry at the most affordable price tag.

About The Area

Louisville, KY was named for King Louis XVI of France. Founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark, Louisville is one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachians. Today, Louisville is known as the home of several notable figures, including Muhammad Ali, the Kentucky Derby, the University of Louisville and its Cardinals, KFC and three of the six Fortune 500 companies that reside in Kentucky.

There are many different events here in Louisville, which makes it one of the most sociable and family-friendly places to live. The Kentucky Derby is held here every year on the first Saturday in May, and this has a two week festival attached to it! In late February you will find the Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville. This lasts for six weeks and is open to all who love the arts. During Memorial Day weekend, Louisville holds the largest Beatles Festival in the world, which lasts for five days and is held on the Abbey Road River.

 

Summer in Louisville cannot be missed, with over 35,000 visitors heading to the annual Forecastle Festival. This celebrates music, art and environmental activism. Some of the past performances include The Black Keys, The Flaming Lips, Widespread Panic, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Avett Brothers, The Black Crowes and hundreds more. It’s a festival that you just cannot miss when you visit Louisville, and even more so if you live here.

 

Lastly, the Kentucky State Fair is held in Louisville every August. You can find this in the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, which features a huge range of culture from all areas of Kentucky. African American communities come together to celebrate Juneteeth, too, which takes place on June 19. This commemorates Jun 19 1865, when slaves in the territories in the west learned that they were free.