My teeth are in bad shape. I have lost many of them to periodontal disease. I am being treated for the disease now, but in the next year or two, I am going to need dentures. According to my dentist, my options are complete removable dentures, implant dentures, or implants for each of my teeth, which is out of the question for me because of the cost. For a second opinion I went to Clear Choice and they recommended All-On-4 implants for my upper and lower teeth. The cost was only a few thousand dollars more than what my dentist quoted me. My dentist does not like All-On-4 for my case, but Clear Choice told me that it can be done with no problem. Now I am confused about what to do. Should I get a third opinion? Thanks. LaSean
LaSean – If you are confused about which treatment to receive, a third opinion from an experienced prosthodontist will help.
Clear Choice is known for its promotion of All-On-4 dental implants. An independent opinion will give you more insight on your treatment options and which are best for your case.
A prosthodontist has expertise in dental aesthetics and full-mouth reconstruction, which includes the placement of dental implants. A prosthodontist knows every option of tooth replacement available, and will work closely with a periodontist to ensure that your implants are successful.
An additional opinion from a prosthodontist will give you clarity to make an informed decision about your options.
This post is sponsored by Naperville board-certified prosthodontist Dr. Anthony LaVacca.