I went into Clear Choice knowing what I wanted individual implants. I have some money saved that can pay for half of them, so the cost doesn’t scare me. During my visit I didn’t say anything to the representative or the dentist about my preference because I didn’t want it to influence the outcome. I was surprised that 90% of the conversation was about All on Four, which I really had not given much consideration. They almost convinced me. I came home and talked to my husband about my experience there, which was positive overall, and he recommended that I get a second opinion. Is this necessary, or since Clear Choice is so established can I just trust them? Thanks for your help. Joyce A.
Joyce – If you have any doubt or reservation, we suggest that you get a second opinion on the recommendation from Clear Choice. If 90% of the conversation was about All-On-4, it is likely that you were not given a clear picture of your options.
Individual implants may be fine for your case. An experienced prosthodontist will examine your mouth and gums, as well as your diagnostic studies, and let you know which implant options are best for your case. You will also receive an explanation of the differences and pros and cons for All-On-4 and individual implants.
After the second opinion, you can decide which treatment you really want, and choose a provider for your dental implants.
This post is sponsored by Naperville implant dentist and board-certified prosthodontist Dr. Anthony LaVacca.