Since his father was a dentist, it’s as though Dr. Kirby’s whole life has been spent in the dental field! It was while he was attending Lipscomb University on athletic and academic scholarships, however, that he fell in love with Nashville. So, although he attended dental school elsewhere, it wasn’t long until he came back. For the last 10+ years, he has spent his days happily helping patients with everything from essential preventive care to last-minute emergency dentistry near Melrose. Whatever your smile-related needs are, his top priority is always to listen first. After learning about your unique dental goals and desires, he will provide you with the personalized care you need to enjoy a happy, healthy smile.
From the front desk to Dr. Kirby, the staff at Green Hills Dental are top notch. I especially appreciate that Dr. Kirby talks me through any treatment that I need and is an excellent guide on helping me make choices that support my dental health.
Once you visit our office and experience our 5-star care, you won’t want to leave. And, thanks to our comprehensive approach to dentistry, you won’t have to! Click on any of the below pictures to learn more about our smile-enhancing services.
Dr. Kirby and our team never want cost to be what stands in the way of you getting the preventive, restorative, or cosmetic dentistry you desire. To prevent that from happening, we extend the below cost-saving options to all of our patients! Just click on the section you’d like to learn about to read more.
Whether you’re interested in routine dental care or something a bit more complex, like dental implants near Melrose, you’ll find the answer to all of your smile-related needs at our office! We are conveniently located at 2000 Richard Jones Rd #109 in Nashville, which places us less than 10 minutes away from Melrose. We are just off Hillsboro Pike, close to Greenbriar Village shopping mall. If you’d like step-by-step instructions on how to find us, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team!
Although our website is designed to be as informative as possible, it’s completely natural to have a few questions before scheduling an appointment. And we want to help! If you have a specific question on your mind, don’t hesitate to give us a call so our team can provide you with an immediate answer. However, if you would prefer to do your research online, then keep reading for the answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions we hear from patients.
If you’ve experienced a dental injury in the past, then you know how painful and anxiety-inducing they can be. Whether the source is a dislodged dental crown or a knocked-out tooth, priority number one is getting the fast, effective treatment you need. While your initial reaction may be to head to your nearest ER, it is important to remember that many hospitals don’t have a dentist on staff. Therefore, you should only go if you are experiencing a potentially life-threatening symptom, like difficulty swallowing or breathing. For most tooth-related injuries, the best way to get the care you deserve is by calling our office.
If you are unable to give us a call or would simply prefer to communicate online, you can always reach out to us through the contact us page on our website. Although it won’t have as fast of a turnaround time as a phone call, our team will get back to you as quickly as possible (typically within 24 hours).
At Green Hills Dental Center, we never want cost to stand in the way of the preventive, cosmetic, or emergency dentistry you need. That’s why we offer multiple financial options to make your dental care affordable! To begin, we offer in-network savings and welcome out-of-network providers as well. Uninsured? We also happily accept low-to-no interest financing, have an in-house membership club, and extend periodic special offers. Don’t worry – we will go over all your options in-depth at your appointment.
There is no room for error when it comes to your smile, so you want to entrust it to a true professional. Fortunately, to practice dentistry in the U.S., dentists have to undergo extensive training. After completing their bachelor’s degree, they must earn a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) from 1 of 67 accredited dental schools. But it doesn’t end there. To continue to stay abreast of the latest techniques, dentists must complete a designated hours of continuing education (which varies from state to state).