Nashville Invisalign

Instead of metal braces, many patients prefer Invisalign® – a cosmetic dental procedure that straightens and aligns your teeth using clear and removable trays. These trays are comfortable and changed approximately every other week to gradually shift the position of your teeth over time. Through Invisalign®, you can perfect your smile without ruining your existing one, and in the process, avoid the discomfort that sometimes comes with tightening braces and metal brackets.

During your initial consultation, your orthodontist will address your concerns, discuss the financial and medical implications of your treatment, and tell you if and how Invisalign® can help you get the beautiful smile you deserve. The orthodontist will also conduct a series of exams, take some X-rays and make a tooth impression to get a 3-D image of the inside of your mouth.

These steps combined will allow your doctor to make a personalized treatment plan and as a result, design your clear customized Invisalign® trays. As a rule, these aligner trays are to be worn at all times and only removed when you are eating or need to clean them. Approximately, every two weeks you will replace these trays and every six weeks you will come back to our office for a checkup. This process will continue until your teeth have fully shifted into their proper place.

While traditional braces and Invisalign® both produce similar results, Invisalign® does provide the following benefits:

  • You can straighten your teeth without the appearance of unsightly metal braces and brackets
  • Your usual oral health regimen can go on uninterrupted
  • You have no eating restrictions
  • You can visit the orthodontics office less than if you had metal braces
  • You can rest assured that your treatment will be comfortable, and you won’t have irritations to your gums or cheeks

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Cosmetic dentistry combines the art of aesthetics, the knowledge of dental structures, and the science behind technological innovations in order to make your teeth look and feel their best.

Crowns and Bridges

A crown is a cap, for a damaged tooth. When created and placed correctly, crowns are unnoticeable from your other teeth. A bridge is placed to correct teeth that sit on either side of a gap.


Instead of metal braces, many patients prefer Invisalign® in Nashville – a cosmetic dental procedure that straightens and aligns your teeth using clear and removable trays.

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Root Canal

A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed, well over 14 million every year. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for dental implants or bridges.

Teeth Cleaning

At Nashville Family Dentistry we believe that getting your teeth cleaned every 6 months keeps your teeth and gums as healthy as possible

Emergency Dentistry

You never know when a dental emergency will happen. Thankfully, Nashville Family Dentistry is Nashville’s most trusted Dental Emergency team. We have a team of dental experts to serve you.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants are made of titanium and have special coatings that encourage the fusing of human bone. The top of each implant has an internal screw channel so that crowns, bridges, and or dentures can be screwed in place.


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Teeth Whitening

Let our team in Nashville help you determine what teeth whitening process is right for you, based on the current color and condition of your teeth.