I went to ClearChoice and got a full exam and x-rays. The whole process was very thorough. I have a couple of friends who have implants and from their description what they experienced was nowhere near as comprehensive as Clear Choice. I can’t imagine what another dentist could come up with to beat the in-depth prep that was done there. My wife is a stickler for second opinions and she pretty much told me that I was increasing the risk of something going wrong with my implants if I didn’t get a second opinion. It’s just that I feel very confident about my visit with them. I even have a treatment plan. Is a second opinion really needed? Thanks Thom
Thom – Usually, a patient has several options that will resolve his or her dental issue. Clear Choice is known for offering a single solution to a patient, and quite often, that option is the same from one patient to the next. Their high-pressure sales tactics are very convincing for many patients.
While All-On-4 dental implants may be an option for your case, multiple standard implants may also work well. Ensure you know and understand your options as well as the pros and cons for each of them.
The dental implants process requires an investment of time and money. Ensure you understand what is involved your treatment. Ask Clear Choice for your options and information on how they compare.
We do recommend that you seek a second opinion from a skilled implant dentist who can exam your diagnostic studies and let you know your implant options. You may decide that you want to proceed with All-On-4, but a Clear Choice second opinion will increase your comfort level about your decision.
This post is sponsored by board-certified implant dentist Dr. Anthony LaVaca.