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By: Taylor M.
Back 2 Basics Dentistry
If I didn't have to give 1 star by default, I would give this place a -5 star rating! Extremely rude staff! I had to cancel an appointment that I had, and I tried calling SEVERAL times on the Friday before my appointment to cancel, and was not able to get in touch with anyone any of the times I called. I was also unable to leave a message (it didn't give me an option.) I didn't want to be charged the fee for not canceling, so I went to my email and emailed them and explained why I was canceling and that I would need to reschedule. Monday morning I received a phone call from Back to Basics, and whoever I was speaking to was extremely unprofessional and rude. I explained that I had tried to call, and the staff member said "Well, I was here all day on Friday!" She was pretty much saying that I didn't call. Anyway, I explained that I sent an email, and I was put on hold 2 times for an extended period of time. I was told that for next time I needed to call and cancel my appointments. Not only did I try, but if sending an email to cancel an appointment is not an option, then why bother sending me a confirmation email and asking me to reply?????? The staff member then preceded to ask me what was the reasoning for canceling my appointment.... (If they would have read the email, they would have known)! SAVE YOURSELF THE TIME, and pick another dentist. If you're looking for a place to go to empty out your wallet and be treated like a piece of crap this is your go to place! I am disgusted with the quality service and care!!!!
By: Arnulf N.
Back 2 Basics Dentistry
Almost everything I had done there I have to get redone. I had my first metal partial made there and it was painfuI until it broke a tooth a few weeks later. I was told it was a weak tooth and had to pay for that and it keeps popping out. I had a root canal and crown done there that is now a failed root canal. Seems to be run like an assembly line. Dentists are very impatient and just want to get to the next patient waiting in the next room.
By: dana.sparksblack
Back 2 Basics Dentistry
This place is terrible!! We have been going here for more than 5 years and every time we go, the care and atmosphere gets worse. Every time we have gone in the past 2 years they have had all new staff, with the exception of Dr. Biter/Cornell. When we do go, we feel like they are being inconvienced. Why can't they keep help? They are closed every Friday and every holiday, including Columbus, Veterans, Presidents day, and all DONSA's. Seems to me that nobody there wants to work. They sure don't appreciate their patients. They sent us a bill for a cleaning that my husband had, they couldn't wait for the insurance, they wanted us to pay. I contacted the insurance and sure enough, they were paid!! Greedy!!! When you want to switch dentists, they will charge you $20 per patient for records. They will squeeze every dime they can out of you. I believe this is the worst dentist in Clarksville. I would give it a zero star if I could. I can't say enough bad things about them!!! BEWARE!!
Tips & Advices
An increasing number of children are getting tooth whitening treatments and veneers. However, dental experts advise against childhood cosmetic procedures except in the event of an emergency.
Prospective patients should choose a dentist who is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry or the American Dental Association. These organizations offer their members the latest in dental research, procedures, and training. It’s also a good idea to request photos of the dentist's prior work to see the quality.
A gum lift is a quick procedure where a dentist removes a bit of gum tissue to give a person a less gummy smile. The gum line is cut and reshaped, and a laser is used to seal blood vessels. A gum lift is also known as a gingivectomy. On the opposite end, a gingivoplasty adds gum tissue to the gum line to make teeth look smaller or treat gum recession.
Dental implants are metal frames that are surgically attached to the jaw bone. An orthodontist then attaches artificial teeth to the frame to replace any that are missing. They are one of the most expensive cosmetic procedures, but they're the most suitable option for people with several missing teeth adjacent to one another. Dental implants are also used to stabilize dentures.
Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain shaped to cover a person's tooth. They're a popular choice for people who want to make slight alterations to their smile, such as altering the size, shape, or color of one or more teeth. To apply veneers, a cosmetic orthodontist shaves a thin layer of enamel off the patient's tooth. Then, he or she applies resin to the veneer and seals it to the tooth with a curing light. Veneers preserve more of the natural tooth than crowns and are more stain-resistant than bonding.

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