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Dr. Thomas Faerber, DMD

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118 Medical Ct, Clarksville, TN 37043

(931) 645-6322

Today: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Primary: Dentist

Sub-Specialty: Periodontics (Periodontist)

Additional Specialties: Gum Problems, Periodontal Diseases, Diseases Of The Gums, Gum Disease, Periodontology, Periodontics, Dental Periodontics




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Thomas Faerber

118 Medical Ct

Clarksville, TN 37043

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118 Medical Ct

Clarksville, TN 37043


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Fax: (931) 552-7366


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amex, discover, all major credit cards

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Insurance: Delta Dental PPO, Delta Dental Premier

Specialties: Gum Problems, Periodontal Diseases, Diseases Of The Gums, Gum Disease, Periodontology, Periodontics, Dental Periodontics


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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!


An open letter of delayed appreciation.


Dr. Thomas Faerber, DMD

118 Medical Ct.

Clarksville, TN 37043

DrtFaerber@charter. net

(931) 645-6322

Dr. Faerber;

When I was last your patient, it was September 16, 2002 at Good Samaritan, for cleaning and a cavity. By looking at the date, we can safely assume you left a lasting impression up me. Impression of a fine upstanding doctor of dentistry, volunteering his precious time to care for the indigent and uninsured. I understand within Good Samaritan, there isn’t the luxury of picking and choosing your clients. Yet you removed yourself from the plush settings of your office and upscale clients to voluntarily care for those who on any normal day wouldn’t be good enough to spit shine your boots. Myself being one of those in need at that time, not having money, I was left with out choices and options, I didn’t choose you, but in a way you choose me by volunteering. I was I supposed to know your strict no smoking policy? I don’t believe it was fair to me to learn your rules after I was sitting in your chair, expecting a professional to assist me. I also didn’t find it professional or respectful to myself or your nurse for the tirade and berating you gave her and myself for sitting in your chair. If attending to people who smoke bothers you so much, maybe you should have picked a different career path. I even tried to show you some respect by offering to leave, but you insisted that I go ahead and stay since I was already there. My mistake, having faith in you as a professional, and a doctor sworn to the Hippocratic oath. After being informed that nothing could be done for the cavity, you told me you would clean my teeth. Never has a doctor come at me with such rage and anger, that even three weeks later I was still in pain from the cleaning your performed. But that isn’t all you managed to do the night of your cleaning of my teeth, you also managed to crack and chip five of my teeth. At the time I didn’t have much money to fight you, sue, or have anybody support me. I still may not, but I have learned the internet in recent years, and I have learned there are avenues I can explore to reveal your mistreatment. What am I revealing other then your hateful nature, I am revealing that all these years later, your rage has cause me sever gum disease and decay. You took away the joys of brushing my teeth, to the point of dreading the pain. And dreading the cost of having to use expensive tooth paste for sensitive teeth and orajel cause I have to combine them both to brush. The five teeth you crack have been slowing breaking away chips, and I sit here now with four sever broken teeth with exposed nerves. And I am just recovering from another sever abscess, only this time it almost killed me. I am so thank you for swearing not to do any harm. So thankful the insurance I now have will only cover half of the $7,000 cost of the repairs needed and still lacking the funds to fix your mess. So thankful that this may cause permanent damage or death, cause of I am lacking funds to fix your mess. And thank you for destroying my faith and trust in doctors and dentist.