Our goal at the Center for Advanced Dentistry in Nashville is to treat every patient as a whole person. We perform enriching and uplifting holistic treatment in a relaxing, boutique-inspired clinical setting.

Regardless of whether you are new to Nashville, enjoying a short-term visit, or a lifelong Tennessean, when your dental health demands the care and love of a comprehensive, artistic Nashville dentist who pairs aesthetics with neuromuscular science for outstanding results, contact the Center for Advanced Dentistry to schedule an appointment with cosmetic dentist, Dr. Kent White.

We strive to make you excited about your visit to our dental office, proud of your refreshed and enhanced smile, and delightfully surprised by the exceptionally high level of care and service that we provide.

More than a traditional cosmetic dentist, Dr. White understands that premium dental care means nurturing patients both physically and emotionally. He excels at quick, effective, minimally-invasive procedures that maximize your comfort and convenience, which is a basic tenet of holistic dentistry.

Dr. White is highly skilled in neuromuscular dentistry and diagnostics, which takes the guesswork out of general, aesthetic (cosmetic), implant, and restorative dentistry.

Our dentist’s distinct background and training includes traditional dental school, an elective medical residency, advanced dentistry training through the world famous Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI), lecturing to colleagues, and a wealth of hands-on patient care experience.

This expertise has enabled Dr. White to develop a science-based approach to aesthetic dentistry that consistently produces healthful, natural, attractive smiles, changing our patients’ lives for the better. His approach is well-suited to busy people who know what they want and need from a dentist without buying into frivolous treatments or trends. Patient reviews also highlight Dr. White’s warm, candid chair-side manner.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Implant Dentistry
  • TMJ Solutions
  • Cosmetic Dentistry

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • American Dental Association
  • Tennessee Dental Association
  • Nashville Dental Society
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics
  • International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • Implant Prosthodontic Section Mastership
  • International Academy of Physiological Aesthetics
  • Academy of Laser Dentistry
  • American Academy of Sleep Medicine
  • International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology
  • International Association of Mercury Free and Safe Dentistry
  • Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry
  • North American Neuromuscular Study Club
  • Tennessee Wellness Committee

Serviced Areas

  • Nashville, 37201, 37203, 37204, 37204, 37205, 37208, 37210, 37212, 37213, 37215, 37219, 37220, 37228, 37240, 37243, 37246

Payment Options

  • American Express, Credit Terms Available, Debit Cards, Discover, MasterCard, PayPal, Personal Checks, VISA

Contact Details

  Person Dr. Kent White
  City Nashville , TN
  Zip Code 37212
  Address 2300 21st Ave S #103
  Phone Number (615) 383-6787
  Mobile (615) 383-6787

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Dr. Kent White

Nashville Dentist

Dr. White has spent his entire 20-year dental career in pursuit of the highest level of training for contemporary and advanced dental wellness. He firmly believes that staying informed means that he is able to offer his patients the very best. Dr. White’s patients travel from all over the country (including Los Angeles and New York) for his comprehensive and aesthetic dental expertise. Dr. White is passionate about delivering excellence to his clients and is committed to serving his patients with the utmost care.

After receiving his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Middle Tennessee State University, Dr. White was an honor graduate of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Dentistry. He then furthered his education by completing an elective general practice residency at the University of Miami School of Medicine. This medical training gives him a broader view of dental practice that helps him respond to all his patients’ oral health concerns. He also completed an implantology focused residency under the direction of two implant pioneers, Dr. Arun Garg and Dr. Carl Misch, who are world-renowned leaders in implant development. Since then, Dr. White has completed several hyper-focused live patient and minimally invasive implant courses, making him a true expert in his field.

Products & Services

Cosmetic Dentistry

Looking attractive is one of the essential functions of your teeth, so all dentistry should be cosmetic dentistry. All dental procedures we perform consider the aesthetics of your smile, but we also offer procedures specifically intended to improve the appearance of your smile.

Smile Makeovers

What is a smile makeover? This process fuses cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry procedures to improve oral health and aesthetics. Dr. White makes use of advanced medical and dental technology to address each individual’s smile challenges without performing unnecessarily invasive procedures.

First, Dr. White will listen to your goals, including both your cosmetic and your health goals. He will review your medical history, looking at your forms and asking questions to fill in important details. Then Dr. White will work with you to design a custom smile makeover plan that might include:

- Dental implants: the most natural-looking method of restoring missing teeth, and most people are good candidates for the procedure.
- Porcelain Crowns or Bridges: Porcelain crowns give your teeth an entirely new visible surface, restore strength, and can support a dental bridge, which replaces a missing tooth.
- Porcelain veneers: Veneers can reshape teeth that are uneven, chipped, or out of proportion. Veneers can cover stained teeth and are are also a great way to treat small gaps between teeth.
- Orthodontics can fix bite problems and crooked teeth.
Teeth Whitening can keep your smile bright and looking youthful.

Nonsurgical Facelift

If your facial appearance has been impacted by tooth wear, restoring your teeth to their youthful proportions with a smile makeover will dramatically turn back the clock. Balance will be restored between your soft tissue and the hard tissues that support them.

Cheek fat pads that used to hang below your jaw as jowls will be cheeks again. And they’ll be supported better by your teeth so they won’t look sunken anymore. Lips will also be better supported, so they’ll be more voluptuous and you’ll see fewer wrinkles around them. Your jawline will be well defined again, and you’ll have less hanging skin under your chin as it grows more taut around your restored facial proportions.

Since losing your teeth has the most impact on your facial appearance, dentures like FOY ® Dentures can have the most dramatic rejuvenating effect.

Porcelain Veneers

At the Center for Advanced Dentistry in Nashville, Dr. White can talk frankly with you about how porcelain veneers create an almost instant aesthetic improvement, and how such dramatic results go a long way toward improving your quality of life.

Porcelain veneers are a strong, reliable smile treatment with a proven track record. The types of veneers we offer include:

-MAC Veneers
-Da Vinci

Having all these options lets us select just the right veneers for your smile and your goals. If you want, we can show you examples of all these veneers so that you can help us make this important decision.

Dental Bonding

In this dental restoration treatment, bonding material is used to create a tight, durable seal at the molecular level. As part of the bonding process, an acrylic composite, which begins as a thick but shapeable paste, is layered onto the tooth enamel. This composite is then sculpted and shaped. Once Dr. White achieves the desired shape, the composite is hardened using a curing light. In situations where a thick application of dental bonding is needed, Dr. White will apply it in several layers to ensure it cures properly.

One of the benefits of dental bonding is that it may be the least invasive solution to your smile challenges because it can be applied directly to your teeth after nothing more than a slight roughing of the surface. It is also very convenient because the treatment can be done in a single office visit. Finally, many people like the low cost of dental bonding compared to other cosmetic treatments.

Dental bonding can be an effective solution for:
-Worn down or misshapen teeth
-Chipped or crooked teeth
-Cracked or broken teeth
-Discolored teeth enamel
-Gaps between teeth
-Uneven teeth

Laser Gum Contouring

Although you probably think of your teeth when you think of what makes your smile attractive, your gums have an important part to play, too. Your gums should:

Balance your teeth to create proper smile proportion
Create a line that mirrors the cusps of your teeth
Be a healthy color and shape–not swollen
Fill in the area around the bases of your teeth without leaving “black triangles”
Gum contouring primarily addresses the top two cosmetic goals. The second two are related to gum disease and receding gums, something we hope to counter with preventive dentistry.

Many people are unhappy with what is described as a “gummy smile, ” when they show too much gum tissue compared to the amount of tooth they show. If this is how you feel, we will evaluate your smile to determine whether you really do have excess gum tissue. If so, then we will remove some to establish the proportions you desire. If you just have naturally short teeth, we might recommend an alternative like porcelain veneers to build up your teeth to create the proper proportions.

A similar analysis governs how we approach an uneven gumline. If your gumline is uneven, it can make your teeth appear crooked, even if they are actually straight. When we look at the line of your gums, we can determine if you will benefit from gum recontouring or if porcelain veneers, orthodontics, or another procedure might get you teh results you desire.

Teeth Whitening

If your smile has lost its luster, the time is now to consider a teeth whitening procedure with Dr. White at Nashville’s Center for Advanced Dentistry. Some of the benefits of teeth whitening treatment include:

It is quick and non-invasive.
It counters staining from foods, medications, tobacco and more.
Results are long-lasting or can be renewed.

However, whitening does have its limits. Your teeth can only become as white as your natural enamel allows. Teeth that are discolored because of defects in the enamel and dentin will not respond to whitening. Before we perform teeth whitening, we will evaluate your teeth to see if they will whiten. If not, we will recommend porcelain veneers, which can whiten any teeth, no matter the cause of their discoloration.

BOTOX ® Cosmetic

BOTOX ® Cosmetic is the world’s most popular cosmetic procedure because it is a safe, powerful, and subtle treatment for many common signs of aging. BOTOX® treatments can be especially helpful if you are unhappy with:

-Crow’s Feet
-Laugh Lines
-Frown Lines
-Brow Wrinkles
-Nasolabial Folds

BOTOX ® Cosmetic works by relaxing muscles that have become habitually contracted after years of laughs, smiles, frowns, and scowls (hopefully more the former than the latter!)

Dental Implants

The first step in the dental implant placement or replacement process is for Dr. White to conduct a thorough dental and medical evaluation that will likely include X-rays. “I don’t want to miss any pathology, ” Dr. White says.

This neuromuscular evaluation is also an opportunity for Dr. White to talk with his dental implant patients about exactly what they can expect from the procedure.

The reason that dental implants are so effective at mirroring the look and function of real teeth is that an implant is actually two pieces of equipment. The first essential part is the artificial root that is placed directly in the jawbone. This is the actual dental implant. Once the implant has sufficiently healed, it will be affixed with a crown, bridge, or denture.

The main benefit of dental implants is that this technique boasts unparalleled precision, predictability and functionality. It is now common for dental implant patients to go many years, even decades, before needing adjustment or replacement.

Restorative Dentistry

Dr. White takes a different view on restorative dentistry than some of his peers. He believes that the neuromuscular approach to dentistry capitalizes on state-of-the-art technology to devise long-term solutions. A dentist with neuromuscular training can use advanced diagnostics to determine a proper resting jaw position to promote oral, facial and muscular harmony. Only the neuromuscular approach to dentistry takes this complete perspective into account.

Your teeth are only one part of a complex, interrelated system that also includes bones, muscles, and nerves. Neuromuscular dentistry looks at the interaction between all these elements to design restorations that do not just repair damage, but also restore function. Dental restorations that are not designed to fit properly into your bite can cause:

-Difficulty chewing
-Jaw pain
-Wear on opposing teeth
-Failure of opposing teeth
-Failure of restoration

To counter these risks, Dr. White will properly measure your bite to determine if it’s healthy. If it is, the new restoration will be fitted ideally to your bite, encouraging ongoing jaw health.

Crowns & Bridges

Often a last option for saving a natural tooth and root, porcelain crowns are the epitome of aesthetic and restorative excellence and quality. We believe that we can craft them with an artistic sense, and place them with extraordinary precision.

A dental crown is a case or sheath that fits snugly over your natural tooth, giving it an entirely new surface. Porcelain crowns may be necessary when:

-Decay or old restorations have weakened a tooth
-A tooth has been seriously cracked
-A tooth requires a root canal

A worn down tooth is contributing to bite problems and needs to be built up
Cosmetic restoration requires more strength than veneers provide
What all these cases have in common is the need for both strengthening and protection for your tooth, which is what dental crowns provide.

Inlays & Onlays

Our Nashville dentist knows the way teeth can take a beating. Four things that tend to take a toll on your teeth include:

-Older metal fillings

Inlays and onlays are a type of porcelain filling that is custom-crafted for your tooth. With the tight bond, these fillings prevent the infiltration of food as well as bacteria that causes decay.

Inlays refer to smaller fillings that normally sit entirely inside the top of the tooth. An onlay is a filling that extends over one or more of the edges or points in your teeth (called cusps) .

Endodontics (Root Canals)

There are specific situations in which we support this type of therapy. Here are six specific reasons that a patient might need a root canal:

Root Canal Reason No. 1: There is an obvious infection at the root tips. (Gum ligament space is widening and broken.)
Root Canal Reason No. 2: Dental abscess, or serious gum infection.
Root Canal Reason No. 3: Symptoms include swelling, fever or discomfort.
Root Canal Reason No. 4: Decay has come close to the pulp chamber.
Root Canal Reason No. 5: Nerve or tooth pulp is dead. (The patient will experience a chronic, dull toothache.)
Root Canal Reason No. 6: There is not enough tooth structure remaining for restorative care.
After your root canal is completed, Dr. White will place a dental crown to protect and support your remaining tooth structure.

TMJ Treatment

Although a complete smile makeover is one solution, our Nashville dentist always opts for a conservative treatment strategy whenever possible. Our Nashville dentist might choose to fit a patient with a custom orthotic appliance designed to correct teeth and jaw posture. By holding your jaw in a better resting position, the orthotic helps your muscles relax, reduces pressure on your jaw joints, nerves, and other structures. This can reduce or eliminate TMJ symptoms over time. You might begin by wearing your orthotic all day, then switch to wearing it only at night.

If you like the results of the orthotic, but don’t like wearing the orthotic, we can talk about using restorations to establish a permanently healthy bite.

Jaw Pain Treatment

Home care isn’t suitable for all cases of jaw pain. So how do you know when you should talk to a doctor or neuromuscular dentist? Seek professional help if jaw pain:

-Is not controlled adequately by over-the-counter medications
-Prevents you from sleeping or functioning normally
-Lasts seven days or more
-Recurs more than twice
-Gets worse under home care
-Is accompanied by other TMJ symptoms

All of these signs mean that your jaw pain is potentially related to TMJ and may not get better without professional care.

Headache & Migraine Treatment

TMJ is associated with two of the most common types of headaches, as well as some more unusual kinds. Just because your doctor has given you a diagnosis doesn’t mean that TMJ might not be involved. Here are some of the types of associated with TMJ:

-Tension headaches
-Migraine headaches
-Sinus headaches
-Referred pain headaches

No matter what your headache diagnosis, if it is related to TMJ, TMJ treatment will reduce or resolve your headaches completely.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a chronic condition in which frequent breathing disruption prevents restful sleep. It is generally characterized as being central (CSA) , obstructive (OSA) , or a combination of the two. Obstructive sleep apnea is, by far, the most common type, with only about 2% of sufferers having only central sleep apnea.

The National Institute of Health reports that roughly 12 million Americans suffer from this disorder. But that number may be much higher in reality because many sleep apnea sufferers fail to realize they have the condition. As much as 80% of sleep apnea sufferers may be undiagnosed.

The traditional symptoms of sleep apnea include:

-Chronic, loud snoring
-Chronic fatigue
-Trouble concentrating
-Short-term memory loss
-Weight control problems
-High blood pressure


Many people consider snoring a joke. The noisy nuisance plays for laughs on TV and in movies. But snoring is actually a serious health risk.

It is one of the most common warnings of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a potentially deadly condition in which your breathing stops while you sleep. It has been associated with serious heart risks like high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. It may lead to metabolic, mental, and mood disorders. If you snore, you should get tested for sleep apnea, and if you have sleep apnea you need an effective, comfortable treatment.

It is also independently associated with hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) . The vibrations from snoring cause tiny injuries in the arteries, especially the carotid arteries, starting the process of scarification and hardening. This could increase your stroke risk.

It is also a sign that your body isn’t getting enough oxygen. It is associated with poor sleep and low energy, independent of sleep apnea.

And we should not neglect the personal strife that snoring can cause. It is a leading cause of divorce and domestic violence.

Periodontal Disease Therapy

Three signs of gingivitis that can lead to devastating periodontitis include:

-Red, swollen gums
-Bleeding gums
-Chronic bad breath

At its most severe, periodontitis will cause the gums to pull away from the teeth and supporting tissue.
Lifestyle choices and genetics also can severely impact a patient’s chances of developing periodontitis. Some of the risk factors behind gum disease include:

-Lack of adequate housing or home care
-Lack of nutrition
-Prescription medications

Sedation Dentistry

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Most people experience some level of anxiety at the dentist. This is normal, but unpleasant. And then there are people who find it hard to make their dental appointments because of their level of fear. This can seriously damage a person’s oral health. In the past, we’ve responded with sedation dentistry, which is effective, but not everyone wants to use drugs to calm down at the dentist. NuCalm is an exciting, scientific approach to relaxation that works without drugs and is appropriate even for people who have minor dental anxiety and wouldn’t want to use sedation. NuCalm works for about 95% of people who have tried it.

Preventive Dentistry

Dr. White takes a different view on restorative dentistry than some of his peers. He believes that the neuromuscular approach to dentistry capitalizes on state-of-the-art technology to devise long-term solutions. A dentist with neuromuscular training can use advanced diagnostics to determine a proper resting jaw position to promote oral, facial and muscular harmony. Only the neuromuscular approach to dentistry takes this complete perspective into account.

Your teeth are only one part of a complex, interrelated system that also includes bones, muscles, and nerves. Neuromuscular dentistry looks at the interaction between all these elements to design restorations that do not just repair damage, but also restore function. Dental restorations that are not designed to fit properly into your bite can cause:

-Difficulty chewing
-Jaw pain
-Wear on opposing teeth
-Failure of opposing teeth
-Failure of restoration

To counter these risks, Dr. White will properly measure your bite to determine if it’s healthy. If it is, the new restoration will be fitted ideally to your bite, encouraging ongoing jaw health.

But if your bite is not healthy to begin with, we may talk about how this and other tooth problems may be related to your bite problem, and how neuromuscular dentistry can help.


Orthodontics refers to the practice of straightening teeth, which can be done using traditional techniques like wire braces, or more recent innovations such as clear plastic aligners.


Invisalign is a great option for orthodontic treatment if you want to straighten your teeth without metal braces. Instead, it uses clear plastic aligners to move your teeth into place. These aligners are not just nearly invisible, they are removable, so you can continue to eat all your favorite foods and will not have to learn to clean around brackets and wires.

Any time you get orthodontics, you are altering the way the teeth fit together (occlusion) , which can have major consequences to your bite. That is why it is important to work with a neuromuscular dentist for orthodontics, like Nashville’s Dr. Kent White. Dr. White will make sure that your orthodontics maintain or promote the healthy function of your jaw system.

Six Month Smiles

Six Month Smiles is a remarkable new approach to orthodontics. It is rapidly becoming a widespread and in-demand approach, because it:

-Has a shorter treatment time
-Has shorter appointments
-Has a subtle appearance
-Gives consistent, predictable results
-Can be better for your oral health
-Can be significantly less expensive than other approaches

Although Six Month Smiles uses brackets and wires for your orthodontic procedure, these are less visible than traditional orthodontic gear. The wire is white, and the brackets are clear, making them very hard to detect, especially when they are kept clean.

Holistic Dentistry

Holistic dentistry means approaching every patient as a whole human being, all of whose complex systems–oral, physical, mental, and emotional–are interconnected, and what impacts one can impact them all. We strive to provide dental treatment that contributes to your improved well being.

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Great visit with Paige for a cleaning on Monday. Thanks for keeping me on track with preventative care. See you all In a few months! It's always great seeing 'family'.

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I have not been! But, when i do go i know i will love my smile again...

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The entire staff has been phenomenal in assisting me with a treatment plan. The level of advanced dentistry is truly amazing. Every staff member has true talent and skill. Dr. White teaches you about what you need and what he is doing. They leave no stone unturned. Each team member has found their true purpose and calling and I'm so thankful I was introduced to this FABULOUS team. My husband was my driver and he was equally as impressed with the entire team keeping him involved to know what is happening. Such a BLESSING!

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One of the best experiences I've had with any business let alone a dentist. From start to finish the practice is professional, courteous, kind, and informative. Dr. White and his staff are terrific at explaining the procedure while keeping you comfortable. I had some extensive work done so I was a bit nervous going into the appointment. WIthin minutes I felt very at ease. I had all my questions answered thoroughly in a way I could understand. Dr. White's knowledge is unprecedented and you really understand what true dentistry is.

Dr. White's expertise and focus is providing treatment plans that correct your problem instead of just covering it up. He has keen understanding of the neuromuscular system which I've realized is HUGE when dealing with your teeth. You can really tell why this is called the Center for Advanced Dentistry. I truly can't put into words how impressed and satisfied I am with my choice of Dr. White. A family owned business that truly puts their patients first! Please consider this practice for any general dentistry, but especially if you have a history of dental problems.

If you want someone that will be honest, give Dr. White the opportunity to provide you with the facts and let you make the decision without being aggressive or pushy. Again, Dr. White and his staff had the ability to change my life! They use the best labs in the country and still provide extremely affordable treatment plans. They use state of the art imaging and don't cut any corners. Thanks Dr. White and Staff for the outstanding service and professionalism you provide.

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The most beautiful dentistry I have ever seen. Dr. White is an amazing artist in all his dentistry. Teeth actually look natural teeth! My favorite are his porcelain fillings. Thank you for serving with your heart and first class dentistry.

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Customer Testimonials

Every day, throughout the whole day, I am constantly reminded of the best work Dr. White provides. I was so self-conscience about my smile. I did not even want to smile when I knew no one would see it. How I feel today about my smile is the difference between night and day. How I feel about Dr. White and his office? I feel like having my smile worked on changed my whole life. Still amazed.

I went so unsure of what to expect Cannot tell you what a wonderful experience it has been beginning with the receptionist to Dawn and Dr. White. So professional and caring. Been going for a month and I’m so excited with the work so far. A great group. I highly recommend. Have a new smile and confidence that I haven’t had in years.

Whenever I am at Dr Whites office the entire staff makes me feel like I am the most important person on earth.

I was very fortunate to have good dental care as a child and into my adult years. As someone who is very interested in their health, I recognize that it all starts with one's dental health. The mouth is not only a reflection of one's health status, it is also an origin. With that foundation of understanding, I can without equivocation state that Dr. White and his team share this understanding and philosophy. If that were not enough, they also have skills and knowledge that are second to none in advanced dentistry. I have had several procedures done by Dr. White, and his staff. Each time I am amazed and impressed by their quality of work. Never one to rest on their laurels, Dr. White and his staff are constantly working to improve themselves personally and professionally. I have nothing but praise for their practice. If you want a team of professionals who are as interested in your oral health as you are, then give them a try. You will be happy you did.

The Center for Advanced Dentistry and Dr. Kent White have forever changed the way I see dentistry. No more fear of going to the dentist, no more pain, no more wondering about the truth of the recommendations from my dentist... The team at CAD has a plan for my dental health always. My smile has never looked better and I'm so grateful for Dr. White and the Center for Advanced Dentistry!!


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Cosmetic and Biological Dentistry in Nashville, TN

At the Center for Advance Dentistry, our practice values the importance of helping maintain the biological aspect of teeth, that is the natural look and feel of teeth, and we attempt to ensure that our patients get this through our cosmetic dentistry procedures.

Nonsurgical Facelift Nashville | Dr. Kent White

A good non surgical facelift can do wonders, and help you look years younger.

Our Practice Values in Nashville, TN

The most important thing at our practice, is the comfort and happiness of our patient.

Dentistry Nashville | Advancing Field Of Dentistry | Dr. White

At the Center for Advanced Dentistry, we like to use constantly advancing methods to best serve our clients.

Dental Implant Options Nashville | Dr. Kent White

Dental Implants can help you with collapsing dental bridges.

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