Clear choice dental implants worth it?

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  • 4 years ago

anyone tried clear choice dental implants and think they were worth it?  how much does clear choice cost vs. other dental implants?

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My first ever dental implants were way back in college. Dr. David S. Frey does the extractions, initial implants & replacement with "permanent" lower teeth anchored by 5 implants. I forgot how much the overall cost was but I’m very happy with the results. Now I can eat easier, no more sliding dentures and difficulty in chewing.
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I had got dental implants an one years ago from http://www.tltpediatricdentistry.com/. They are very co-operative and sincere for their patient. I heard that Dr. Holcombe is 9+ years experienced in dentistry.
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I have done dental implant from Dr.Steve Mangan who is one of the best doctors in Arkansas. Address Mangan Dental Group - Dr. Steve Mangan 2011 North Van Buren Street, Little Rock, AR 72207 (501)666-1188
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I have got my all-on-4 in Hungary with the help of http://www.dentrips.com , and i am also highly satisfied with the result.
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I am a bit surprised at the your experience with dental implants. I had got dental implants a couple of years ago ans things are going pretty well for me. I went to Dr. David Silberman's clinic at Texas. The whole process took about 10 months and I got titanium implants. Dr. Silberman works closely with a number of periodontists or oral surgeons close to the office who are able to place the implants accurately, safely and comfortably. Maybe you should look at his website for more details http://www.shorttermbraces.com/
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look at mini implants pioneered by Dr Shatkin. much less costly and no surgery needed.
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Mini Implants are less costly but in no way similar to a fixed implant bridge. Mini implants also have a relatively high failure rate. Most people still love their implant bridge in 10 years most will have to redo mini implants in that time.
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How easy is keeping the All-on-4 dental implants clean?
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Very easy, I brush and then waterpick. Simple and I wish I had done this 20 years ago. I love my new smile and teeth. Kind of expensive but I financed part at 0% and will have them paid off by March. ;-)
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I read that fixed prostheses also must be professionally unscrewed and cleaned annually to remove plaque buildup on them next to the gums, right? Does it take long?
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Yes. They recommend that. I tend to build up a lot of plaque and quickly...I go every six months...costs 150.00 and takes about an hour to an hour and a half.
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yes it is recommended...takes about 11/2 hours....
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I never have that issue. You must water pok at Least 2 times pee day along with brushing. I also use interplac. Its a pre rinse before brushing. Swish around for at least a ninute before waterpik.. Then brush. .
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I went 30 years concealing my teeth and since i got my upper &7 lower all on 4 at Portland clearchoice I cant stop smiling! Worth every penny and all I took for pain was tylonol for 3 days. Would I do it all over again.... ABSOLUTELY!!!!
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Viva, they told me the prosthetic buildup is to restore lost vertical dimension and a more youthful facial bone structure.
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Mevina... Well in that case for youth, I guess I'll learn to talk with the little lisp. Lol
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Anyone having major surgery in the mouth with drilling into your jaw bone etc ..: You will have pain and swelling. Unless you are under general anesthesia you will hear and feel what they are doing. The human mouth is filthy. Infection can easily set in. People with broken jaws are wired and can have swelling and pain for weeks and weeks. Why are people complaining about pain? Commonsense people...it's not going to be easy they are drilling into bone! Man up!

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ccrnbean, I am sorry I didn't see this sooner. I have been distracted by other things. I don't know if you have had dental implants, but I can tell you, I had no pain to speak of. I didn't take as much as a tylenol. I can't speak for other people, but I was told there would be no pain....I had no pain. I can't even say I had soreness. I had very little swelling and one small bruise. It took a little getting used to the new teeth, but nothing I would call pain.
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I had my teeth done in Utah .after surgery I was off work for about 6weeks in terrible pain.that was three yrs. since then if I needed anything they were right there for me. Broken tooth etc......I have no speech problems and I could not be happier with my teeth they feel just like mt own teeth.the service that I got clear choice was excellent. Pat peterson
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I'm waiting for my dental appointment to have the last 8teeth removed to get. Ready for plates and I was wondering has anybody ever been put to sleep to have teeth extracted ?? I'm very scared the last dentist numbed me 7 times and grabbed the tooth with his tool and crushed my back tooth all the way down to the gum and left the rest in my mouth after that I was so scared to be hurt again now I have a servere abscess and had to leave work to go to emergency room !!

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getting your teeth removed with sleep dentistry is the best in the world...get a recommendation from your dr. and cost about 300 per tooth...
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