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Restorative Dentistry Restoring Nashville Smiles

Nashville Smile receiving dental checkupAt Green Hills Dental Center, we offer patients advanced restorative dentistry services to repair damaged smiles, replace missing teeth, and renew patients’ confidence with state-of-the-art CEREC single visit crowns, dental implant tooth replacement, and more. Whether you’re in need of a simple filling following tooth decay or more advanced root canal therapy, our doctors and team can put a smile back on your face quickly and comfortably.

We welcome patients from Berry Hill, Crieve Hall, and other surrounding areas to contact Green Hills Dental Center with questions or to schedule an appointment.

Crown & Bridge Tooth Replacement

Dental crowns & bridges

Dental crowns are used to restore even severely damaged teeth returning full strength and stability to natural dental structure even following root canal therapy. They are also an excellent tooth replacement solution. Connected to one or more replacement teeth, dental crowns attached to surrounding healthy dental structure offer adequate support for a natural looking and feeling fixed bridge restoration. Crown and bridge tooth replacement can be completed in as few as two visits.

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Root Canal Therapy

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Patients suffering from root canal infection experience a number of painful side effects including:

  • Persistent, sharp, stabbing pain
  • Sensitivity to changes in temperature that does not abate
  • Discolored tooth
  • Swollen face and/or neck
  • Inflamed or infected gum tissue
  • Constant aching pain

Luckily, our team has the skills to eliminate pain and restore their smiles with root canal therapy. The simple procedure removes the infected interior pulp and nerve tissue and replaces them with a biocompatible material to restore dental strength. Finally, a dental crown is placed over the top in order to protect the treated tooth from further damage.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

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In most cases, our team works hard to preserve natural dental structures. Extraction is always a last recourse, but there are some situations in which removing a tooth is the best option for the patient’s overall health. Third molars, sometimes called wisdom teeth, are the most commonly extracted teeth. The last teeth to erupt in patients’ smiles, wisdom teeth present a number of oral health concerns like crowding that shifts teeth altering straight smiles, impaction when teeth are unable to erupt, and other potentially detrimental issues. In many situations, extracting these teeth is a patient’s best option, and we offer wisdom tooth removal from the comfort of either of our practices.