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By: Swing A.
Tull Law Firm, PLLC
Worst dishonest lawfirm around......Anyone u talk to there will lie to u over and over again..........Trust this review....u do not want to hire this firm..........Did business with them as they hired my company for services and they dodge calls and lie and will not even pay a small bill they owe.......read other reviews and I believe them all........My advice is find a different law firm
By: Kallee T.
Tanyard Springs Family Dentistry
Dr. Miller is by far one of the worst dentists I have ever been to. I have had nothing but problems with my teeth and it hasn't even been a year since the work was done. The first problems started when it was decided that I needed my wisdom teeth pulled, he not only left pieces of tooth in the extraction spot but also gave me no follow up care instructions. He then put fillings on several of my teeth one of which broke while he was doing more work, but he told me not to worry about it, even though it regularly cuts my lip. Another filling fell out while I was brushing my teeth. I will not be going back to him for him to fix it nor would I want to. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THIS MAN!!!!
By: Yyr G.
Tanyard Springs Family Dentistry
DO NOT GO TO HERE. I am warning people out there who live in Spring Hill, TN and choose to go to Jason Miller for convenience, that he will ruin your teeth. He does not care about his patients and will not give the correct price quote before your treatments. My experience with Miller started a few years ago when he did a poor job with a root canal and crown on 2 of my teeth. He charged me twice as much as the original quote once the procedure was finished then did not file the correct insurance papers, which cost me more $. He shaved off WAY too much of my original tooth, which led to my crown cracking within the first week, then completely falling off within the first month, &again a year later. So I had to pay on 3 different occasions for a crown on the same tooth. Now I need a $4000 implant because there is not enough tooth structure for a crown to fit correctly and last. On the other root canal he performed, he did not remove all the infection leading me to need a $1000 apicoectomy. Miller also refused to see me as a patient when I went in for my first crown falling off from eating a croissant saying that I did not pay him for the previous treatment (even though I was on a payment plan!). He clearly does not care at all about human beings and has ruined my front teeth causing me so much pain, grief, stress, and money. PLEASE FIND ANOTHER DENTIST!
By: dransom
Tanyard Springs Family Dentistry
Do not go here. The staff was rude and Miller doesn't know a root canal from a hole in the ground! My wife had a root canal and the so called dentist missed 2, yes 2, sets of nerves in this tooth and we had to go get the tooth extracted this week. We asked Miller (notices I'm not calling him dr) to fix it and he said tough luck. Now my wife has lost her 2 back teeth because of this hack of a dentist due to infection and we will now have to dish our thousands of dollars for implants before the gaps start growing back together. Listen to me no matter the reviews above, do not go here even for a cleaning. This front for a doctor wanna be isn't worth it. A couple of employees there were really nice but over all the staff (front desk) was more than rude. We should sue him but i cant afford a lawyer because we need implants for my wife. Thanks for listening and please take my warning serious. Do business else where. D.R.
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