Small Smiles Dental Centers is a privately owned US chain of dental clinics focused on serving children from low-income families. As of March 2014 Small Smiles has 53 offices, and it says that it serves hundreds of thousands of children annually. The parent company, Church Street Health Management (CSHM), has its headquarters in Suite 520 of the Castner-Knott Building in Nashville, Tennessee. As of 2010 Church Street (previously known as Forba Holdings LLC or FORBA) is the largest dental management company in the United States. Small Smiles is the largest dental chain for children in the United States. Throughout the chains history, it faced accusations of providing unnecessary dental care and improper restraint of child patients. In January 2010, it gained national attention when FORBA settled False Claims Act allegations with the United States Department of Justice. As of January 1, 2011 FORBA changed its name to its current name, Church Street Health Management. The new name is a reference to the street address of the companys corporate headquarters. Small Smiles clinics operate under multiple names. They include Childrens Dental Clinic, Indian Springs Dental Clinic, Oklahoma Smiles, Small Smiles Dentistry, Texas Smiles, and Wild Smiles.