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Nashville, TN Dentist Office Introduces ClearCorrect™ to Its Treatment Lineup

Patients met with the Tennessee Dental team on Tuesday, July 29th to discuss the specifics of ClearCorrect™ treatment.

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- David Roach Family Dentistry added another piece of modern technology to their practice—ClearCorrect™. It's a clear aligner that treats different forms of malocclusion, including abnormal bite, spacing and crowding. They also hosted a dinner for patients to talk about their new addition to the dental practice.

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Why did David Roach Family Dentistry implement this modern orthodontic device? It's because ClearCorrect™ is a great choice for patients who need orthodontic treatment but don't want to reveal their teeth are being treated. The clear aligners are customized to fit the mold of the teeth, and patients can enjoy many benefits, such as:

  • Convenient dental appointments
  • Ability to remove the ClearCorrect™ braces while eating
  • More efficient daily oral hygiene routine

To inform their Nashville dental patients about their newest service, Drs. David Roach and Mark Lambrick held a dinner for patients on Tuesday, July 29th at 6:00 p.m. At this dinner, patients learned more about ClearCorrect™ and asked many questions related to the orthodontic system. 

"ClearCorrect™ targets and effectively treats crowding, spacing, crossbite and overbite. We encouraged patients to show up at this dinner so we could effectively answer their questions. I am thankful for our wonderful staff member Mary, as she was the main contact for this event," says Dr. Roach.

The David Roach Family Dentistry dental team looks forward to meeting with patients at the practice to discuss the next step to a straighter and healthier smile.

Call (615) 499-5608 for more information about ClearCorrect™, or go to www.greenhillsdentist.net for additional information regarding treatments, office location, and staff bios. 

About David Roach Family Dentistry:

Dr. David Roach graduated from the University of Tennessee, Memphis: College of Dentistry in 1994. He served three years as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Dental Corps and then moved to Nashville to start his practice. Dr. Roach is an active member of the Academy of General Dentistry, and he still trains through continuing education and professional development courses.

Dr. Mark Lambrick graduated from the University of California in San Diego and received his dental degree from Ohio State University. He performs all facets of dentistry.

Media Contact:

Dr. David Roach
David Roach Family Dentistry
[email protected]
3817 Bedford Ave., Suite 130
Nashville, TN 37817
(615) 499-5608
www.greenhillsdentist.net

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