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GENERAL AND COSMETIC DENTIST NEAR TILLMAN'S CORNER, AL

West Mobile Dental Care is a Premier General and Cosmetic Dental Practice

West Mobile Dental Care is a state of the art dental practice in Mobile, Alabama, offering treatments in a modern and welcoming environment. We are located only 10 minutes from Tillman's Corner. Our wide array of available treatment options is fully customized to meet your dental goals. Our office routinely provides oral care and many dental treatment procedures that may be referred to another dentist or specialist. As a general dentistry practice, we take pride in treating comprehensively to create patient smiles.

Some of the Services We Offer

  • Deep Teeth Cleaning
  • Dentures
  • Emergency Dentistry
  • Family Dentistry
  • Night Guards
  • Periodontal Disease
  • Preventative Dentistry
  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Snoring Appliances
  • Tooth Extractions
  • Tooth Fillings
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Dental Bonding
  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Invisalign
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Teeth Whitening

About Tillman's Corner, AL

History

Tillman’s Corner, Alabama is located to the southwest of Mobile, Alabama. The region has a rich history that dates back well before the first Europeans ever set foot in the Mobile Bay region. Numerous indigenous peoples lived for thousands of years in the vicinity of the Bay knowing that the abundance there would provide them with everything they needed. Then in 1540 the Spanish landed in the area that
would become Mobile. They were led by Hernando de Soto and from the moment of his landing onward the Native Americans in Mobile Bay would begin vanishing. The region soon came under the control of Spain and it would remain this way for 170 years.

The French took over the region in 1710 after the Spanish had left it pretty much unguarded. The French connected the region to their already established Louisiana Territory. The French controlled the region until they were beaten in the French and Indian War in 1763. The Treaty of Paris, which ended the war with Britain, gave all of the land to Britain as apart of the settlement. Britain only controlled the region
for 20 years. They lost it when the Americans won their independence. Spain swooped in and reestablished control. Their control lasted until 1814 when Americans took the region during the War of 1812.

The Mobile metropolitan area really began to grow during World War II. There was an already established shipbuilding industry in the Bay before the war. Once war broke out, the U.S. defense industry utilized Mobile’s existing shipbuilding infrastructure and location on the gulf to ramp up its shipbuilding for the war. The population of Mobile exploded during this time. Company towns popped up all through the region to accommodate the massive influx of people coming to the area.

Today

The population of Tillman’s Corner is just over 17,000 people. The population has been increasing over the last several years. The community has remained unincorporated over the years despite Mobile’s growth. Its proximity to Mobile makes it a desirable suburb to live in while working in the city.

Things to do

The proximity to Mobile means that the entire city is available to residents in the community. This includes all of the beaches that the Alabama Gulf Coast is known for. A few of the beaches within driving distance are Dauphin Island, For Morgan Beach, Gulf Shores Beach, Front Beach, Johnson Beach, Pelican Point, and Orange Beach. Residents and visitors to Tillman’s Corner can find beaches in all directions.

Nature is also a major part of Mobile Bay. There are several locations within driving distance of the community that are perfect for getting away in nature. Some of the best nature activities are found on the water. There are numerous boating excursions that vary from dolphin viewing to fishing charters. There are also numerous state parks and nature boardwalks in the area as well. Additionally all of Mobile’s top attractions are in the vicinity of the city. This includes the Gulf Coast Exploreum, USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, The Oyster Trail, Delta Safaris, and the Gulf Coast Ducks. All of Mobile is at your fingertips from this suburb.

Directions from Tillman's Corner AL to West Mobile Dental Care