Dental Services

At Creative Dentistry, we offer all general dentistry services in Nashville, TN that you need to keep looking your best.

We have listed some of the services we offer below. New guests WITH insurance can expect a Copayment and Service FEES of $250 to $500 per appointment. If you are looking for something more specialized please call our Nashville dentist office and we will be able to assist you.

Comprehensive Sedation - $1,200 Per Hour

Sedation - $275 Nitrous or $500 IM Per 15 Min

Crowns & Veneers - $1,750 Per Tooth

Implants- $1,800 Non-Restored $3,500 Restored

Implant Bridge- $5,000 for 3 Crowns & 2 Implants

Cleanings - Full Mouth $250 to $615 IM Sedation

SRP Cleanings - $750 Arch to $1,250 Full Mouth

Denture - $1,750 to $5,500 with 2 Anchors

Implant Denture - $9,000 to $10,500 w/ Sedation

RCT - $1,500 Front, $1,700 PreMolar, $2K Molar

Extraction - $350 Per Tooth $750 Per Graft

Mouth Guard - $350 to $750 For Bruxing

SureSmile Ortho - $5,500 Per Guest

Composite Fillings & Veneers - $250 Per Tooth

Teeth Whitening - $615 Per Treatment

Medical Clearance Required Prior To All Surgical and Sedation Services For Guest Safety

Fees Represent Office Fees Before Credit and Debit Card Service Fees that are Strictly 3rd Party Convenience Fees


Creative Solutions

Holistic Dentistry Approach

Holistic (conservative) dentistry is a practical approach to dental care that treats teeth, gums, and other structures for health, while also considering how these influence the body’s overall wellness. When diagnosing and treating oral disease and structural issues of the mouth, your holistic dentist will perform his work using non-toxic materials and the least invasive and stressful procedures possible. The dentist also partners with other top professionals in their field for your treatment, when this is needed for services Creative Dentistry does not provide. In a nutshell, holistic dentistry is collaborative treatment oriented to your whole body’s long-term good health.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Occasionally full-mouth rehabilitation to completely rebuild and restore your smile can be a great solution. This type of treatment is typically recommended when your teeth require multiple restorative treatments in order for you to fully regain your oral health and function.-mouth reconstruction is a dental treatment that can restore your smile if it has suffered a severe injury, damage, or decay. Full-mouth reconstruction often involves restoring many or all of the teeth in the mouth. Depending on your specific dental needs, full-mouth reconstruction can include several types of dental treatments.

Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

IV Sedation

IV Sedation or Intravenous Sedation is a technique of providing analgesia (discomfort relief), during irritant procedures in dentistry. It involves intravenous injection of a sedative, which makes a person drowsy and unaware of irritant stimuli generated during the procedure or surgery.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation is another popular method of dental relaxation, mainly due to the easiness of administration. The patient is given a sedative pill to take by mouth the night before the appointment and/or a few hours prior to the dental visit. By the time of the appointment, the patient is in a relaxed state and remains calm and free of anxiety during the procedure. Since the patient is already under the effect of the medication on his way to the dental office, for safety reasons someone else must drive him to the dentist.

Nitrous Sedation

Inhalation sedation, also known as nitrous oxide sedation, is historically the most widely used dental sedation technique by dentists. The patient breathes a mixture of nitrous oxide (N2O) and oxygen through a nasal mask. The gas causes a euphoric effect (for this reason it is often referred to as laughing gas) which not only relaxes the patient within a few seconds but also provides some analgesic effect.

What to Expect from Sedation Dentistry

Be proactive in protecting your health by letting your sedation dentist know about any conditions that you may have. Help us provide you with a great experience by:

  • Ensuring the sedation dentist received and reviews the medical history provided.
  • Verifying the safety equipment is available in the area during your procedure.
  • Bringing a list of all the medications you are currently taking or just quit taking.
  • Not being scared or embarrassed to ask important questions about your health.
  • Asking how comfortable they are with procedures similar to your sedation case.


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7:00 am - 2:00 pm

Tuesday

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Wednesday

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Thursday

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Friday

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Wednesday
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Thursday
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