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10/11/2017
By: Pam G.
Schmitt Dental
I had been going to this location under Dr. Lowell Blevins for over forty years. He retired and Dr. Steven Schmitt took over the practice a few years ago. I continued to be a patient under this new dentist until now. I can truthfully say every visit has been a bad experience. Everything from incorrect coding to just plain poor customer/patient service. I kept going but after my last visit I can no longer tolerate it. Needed a crown replaced. Had a temporary on during the interim. Which fell off twice. The first time I called the afterhours number with no return call back. Had to wait until the office was open the next morning to even talk to someone. The second time it came off, again, I called the afterhours number. The dentist did call back but was not accommodating at all. I was left in pain for 5 days without the temp until it was convenient for them to put in the permanent one. Very poor patient care I do not advise anyone to go to this office ever.
08/03/2017
By: Katrina C.
Christine R Wenrick DMD PLLC
Dr. Wenrick is very kind, caring and gentle. I would recommend her to anyone who isn't fond of going to the dentist due to previous dental treatment. I found the time for treatment to be accurate,as told in consultation and pricing is reasonable.
01/26/2017
By: Brian H.
Sango Family Dentistry P
Great job on all my dental issues. The hygienist was awesome. And Dr. H was very knowledgeable about everything and his work is unprecedented, intelligent and expeditious. I look forward to going back to my dentist office. A big thanks to all of the Sango Family Dentistry Team. Big Smiles,Brian Hooker
01/08/2017
By: brightshadows
Dr. Thomas Faerber, DMD
Dr. Faerber is the best dental and gum expert in Clarksville TN. After my regular dentist retired, other dentists in town lied to me about cavities and why my teeth were still moving. I thank God that a friend referred me to Dr. Faerber. He fixed my teeth that had been spreading and moving for 16 years after I had orthodontia even though I had a bracket cemented behind my front teeth and wore a retainer the entire time. I also found out that my teeth are perfect, no fillings needed. Thank you!
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06/18/2016
By: Crystal W.
Dr. David Hippensteel DMD Healthy Smiles for Kids and Young Adults
I have a son who had a terrible experience with a desntist before coming here. I hot the chance to explain what happened and how to handle my son, and it has always, ALWAYS been a pleasant experience for him. The waiting room is sectioned, but the adult side is quite uncomfortable and lacks any adult distractions such as art, tv, or updated magazines or books. However, with that said, I would still only take my children here and would be willing to sit on a concete floor for the experience he gets. They also use white fillings instead of metal. The staff is nice, welcoming, knowledgable and remember you. Its a small staff, so there is never a ton of people (if any) in the waiting room with you.
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05/01/2016
By: Ron S.
Christine R Wenrick DMD PLLC
Dr. Wenrick, is by far the most competent Dentist in the area. When others failed to fix my issues Dr. Wenrick was there to save the day. She never stops learning and it seems to me that the office is constantly adjusting to better practices. The entire family has been blessed to have her as our Dentist.
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03/10/2016
By: Kiya J.
Schmitt Dental
I think Dr. Bridges and the whole entire staff was amazing. It had been longer than it should have been since I've been to the dentist and came for wisdom tooth pain. First I was able to get an appointment fairly quickly, Dr. Bridges went ahead and got me in the same day for the extraction to relieve my pain. They made me feel so comfortable and at ease because I was soo nervous. It went well, I am recovering nicely. Everyone went well out of their way to treat me so nice. I definitely recommend this practice. My husband, kids, and I will be back. Thank you Bridges Dental!
01/07/2016
By: Lataishia C.
Clarksville Family Dentistry
My experience was horrible, went in for three fillings and came out with a lump in one of my teeth which was ok because I knew I was swollen. Went back and he filed my teeth down too low on one side. My mouth and jaw is shifting every which a way because there is no base for me to sit it down on one side. Had to make an appointment in Nashville because this is the second Dentist to mess my mouth up in Clarksville!!!
12/28/2015
By: P P.
Warfield Dental Center
Dentist had too many patients trying to treat at one time and left both my son on one day and then my spouse on another day sitting so long that they had to endure more shots. Took over 2 hours just to get two fillings today. His assistant was horrible in every trip my family made. They had to replace a temporary crown numerous times within a 10 day period. Both patients said they will never go back. Also, they want you to pay in full every time you step into their office even if you have insurance and even if you know their calculations are wrong. They wanted our family to pay over $2000 when all we owed at the moment was a lttle over a hundred dollars stating they would refund me later if they were wrong. Sorry, but Im not in the bank lending business. On the positive side, Ms Gina, hygienist, is excellent and very sweet. Wish we could keep her.
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08/17/2015
By: Brianne J.
Clarksville Family Dentistry
Horrible dentistry! I wouldn't recommend this to my worst enemy. Extremely rude staff and unbelievably over priced for mediocre work. Spent alot of money there ( more than most ) only to be gtreated horribly, over charged and given very minimal quality work! Please do not waste your time and money with this dentistry. It was one of the worst decisions I have ever made!
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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