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Teeth Whitening

There are a number of reasons why teeth change color over time with the most common causes involving eating, drinking and lifestyle habits, such as eating candy, drinking coffee and smoking. Fortunately, our dentist offers a variety of teeth whitening techniques that can help you combat these issues and achieve a brilliantly white smile!


If metal braces don't suit you, then you may be interested in our Invisalign treatment. Invisalign consists of clear aligners that are custom-made in accordance with your dental structure. These aligners are virtually invisible and fit perfectly over your teeth, and they are engineered to provide the right amount of pressure to your teeth in the right places.

Zoom! In-Office Teeth Whitening

Zoom! in-office teeth whitening is known to remove discoloration from teeth with efficiency. The patented whitening gel is applied to the patient’s teeth for about 1 hour.

When going for the Zoom in-office teeth whitening procedure, it’s imperative for you to consult our dentist who understands the requirements, risks, and precautions of the procedure. From the preliminary examination to the precautions during the procedure, you can be sure that our team will gladly assist you throughout the treatment.


Many people who experience tooth decay and plaque buildup assume that their only option is teeth extraction. Luckily, that's where crowns come into the picture. Crowns can preserve your natural tooth as their purpose is to cover the affected area and prevent further damage.

Teeth Cleaning

Teeth cleaning are much recommended for the reason that bacteria and plaque is regularly accumulated in the mouth. Our teeth cleaning process includes a thorough tooth examination, getting rid of the gathered tartar, flossing and polishing your teeth. Moreover, our dentist can offer you additional information about how to take good care of your teeth.


Abscesses are pockets of infected tissue surrounding cavities. The common signs of an abscess include swollen gums and jaw aches. If you are experiencing any symptoms, consult with our dentist. We can discuss with you the treatment options available.

If you're in need of quality dental care, our team of professionals at Armed Forces Dental Center is here to help! Located in Clarksville, Tennessee, we offer all of the services listed above plus more. Contact our dental office today to schedule your appointment or to ask questions by calling 931-648-4158.