Dr. Mitch Baldree has a heart for restoration. Whether it is an historic home, an aging building, antique furniture, or a debilitated mouth, Dr. Baldree always has a vision of how it can be restored to function and beauty.

A native of Cleveland, Tennessee, Dr. Mitch Baldree graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis and received his DDS degree from the University of Tennessee in Memphis. Following this, he completed a General Practice Residency at the VA Hospital in Memphis. Because of his strong desire to provide the very best in comprehensive care to his patients, Dr. Baldree continued on to complete a residency in Prosthodontics at Emory University in Atlanta.

Dr. Baldree holds professional memberships in the American College of Prosthodontists, the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, the American Dental Association, the Tennessee Dental Association, the Chattanooga Area Dental Society, and the Chattanooga Dental Study Club. He is one of a select group of dentists elected into membership in the Pierre Fauchard Academy, an international honorary dental society.

Dr. Baldree has served in numerous professional and community leadership roles, including Program Chairman for the Chattanooga Area Dental Society, President of the Exchange Club of Chattanooga, and den leader for his son’s cub scout pack. He regularly contributes his time in providing dental care for those less fortunate through Inner City Ministry Dental Clinic, Volunteers in Medicine, and Remote Area Medicial Clinics. He is also active in the life of his church, First-Centenary United Methodist Church, serving in a variety of roles from Finance Chair to children’s Sunday school teacher.

In 2001, Dr. Baldree was awarded the Project Preservation Award by CornerStones Historic Preservation Organization for his renovation of a 100-year-old building in the Southside area of downtown Chattanooga.

Dr. Baldree and his orthodontist wife, Dr. Marie Farrar, are the parents of two active children. When he has a few moments to himself, you’ll find him reading, cooking, gardening, fishing, or biking.