“She has her father’s smile.” It’s something often said of children carrying on the genetic traits of a parent, their grin seemingly reflective of a hereditary characteristic that visually ties one generation to the next. And when Jennifer Cornell purchased Back 2 Basics Dentistry from her father in 2011, she wasn’t just mirroring her father’s smile with her own bright beam—she was taking on her father’s practice of protecting and perfecting the beautiful smiles of her local community.
Offering a wide range of services including comprehensive dental exams, same-day crowns using CEREC CAD/CAM technology, dental implants, adult orthodontics such as Six Month Smiles and Invisalign, sedation dentistry, 3D x-ray technology, and even smile-enhancing Botox and filler injections, Back 2 Basics is far more than just a basic dental practice. As a practice with three dentists whose industry expertise fortifies the reason to smile, Back 2 Basics is an office where taking care of teeth is more than just a job—it’s a mission.
“Our greatest goal is to serve our patients with a quality dental experience that truly shows our passion,” says Cornell. “We take a personal interest in everyone and work closely with them to put their minds at ease and inform them of the latest procedures and technologies that might help them achieve their long-term goals. We also strive to provide our patients with the tools and knowledge they need to prevent dental health issues both now and in the future, because we know how greatly daily care and maintenance will impact their oral health and their overall wellness.”
Building on the basics of preventative care with regular dental check ups, dental cleanings, and use of topical fluoride, Back 2 Basics enhances their ability to serve their patients with the latest technologies available in the dental industry. “We use intra oral cameras, 3D digital x-rays, and oral cancer screening technology to detect oral health problems in the early stages and recommend conservative treatments that will prevent potential pain and suffering as they worsen,” explains Cornell. “It truly is amazing, as that technology also comes into play in detecting cavities with a greater degree of accuracy and allows us to virtually plan dental implants, map nerve canals, and see pathology in ways we could never do before. Making the proper referral can have a big impact on resolution of these issues and lead to better oral health.” And that’s one thing that’s always worth smiling about.
1762 TN-48 # A, Clarksville, TN 37040