Services

PRACTICE UPDATE: We are now open for normal business hours and seeing patients! Before your appointment, click here for more information. If you have any questions about our updated appointment process or safety regulations, please give us a call at 615-776-2565.

Preventative Care

We recognize that routine dental hygiene is absolutely vital for a happy and healthy mouth. Find out why hygiene appointments are so important and make sure to visit us at least two times per year!

Same-Day Crowns

Unlike veneers, crowns cover the entire tooth and is a required step after any root canal procedure. At Nolensville Dental, we get it all done in one day with our CEREC® technology!

Dental Implants & Restorative Dentistry

Allow us to restore your smile to full function and beauty! We offer restorative services including implants, bridges, and more!

Clear Aligners

Straightening your teeth has now become more convenient and discreet than ever, thanks to clear aligners. After taking scans or molds of your current teeth alignment, a series of clear aligners will be created to quickly and effectively move your teeth for a straighter smile.

Family Dentistry

Our team provides an environment to make you feel right at home, no matter the age. We want your children to have a great first dental impression to keep them on the right track and cater to the entire families’ needs under one roof.

Laser Dentistry

Lasers give us the ability to safely and comfortably reshape the gum line making smiles look even and teeth appear a more uniform size and shape. If you think your smile looks “gummy” or teeth look “stubby” this may be due to gum tissue that extends too far onto the front-facing surfaces of teeth. Click below to learn more!

Sleep Dentistry

Countless patients are plagued with the inability to get a good night’s rest due to conditions like sleep apnea. With our technology and software, we can craft a custom oral appliance that may assist you with this problem.

TMJ/TMD

TMJ is shorthand for temporomandibular jaw disorder and is characterized by pain in the face and jaw. While there are several reasons the condition may have started, including misaligned teeth and an overly strong bite, to name but a couple, TMJ may affect one’s quality of life. If you suffer from this kind of pain, we will be happy to make a diagnosis and discuss available treatments.

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