What is the best way to research dentists in my home state/300mi range?
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Researching Dental Provider
Hi, thank you for your question. When researching for a dental provider for a procedure such as the All-on-4, I would recommend you start with researching doctors in the area you are looking to have the procedure done. Once you have narrowed your search done, look for reviews from patients who have had the procedure done and are happy with not only the results of the work performed, but their overall experience. It's important you seek a doctor who performs the All-on-4 on a regular basis as this procedure is not done by everyone. Medical experience as well certifications and degrees should also be verified. Good luck in your search!
Do Your Research!
Do your research before making a decision;
"The Proof is in the Patients"
- Read the reviews!
- Ask to see “real” before and after photos (not just a few).
- Ask to talk with previous patients.
- Ask to see patient testimonials.
- Ask to see the Dentists credentials.
How many times has the Dentist performed the procedure? Experience is paramount in any technique-sensitive operation. Is the Dentist performing every aspect of the procedure, from implant placement, to restoration? Often times you are referred to several Dentists around town, in the end who is responsible? Do they have a state-of-the-art laboratory on site? For any facility that performs this procedure regularly this is necessary! Does the office have a knowledgeable and professional staff?
When it comes to your oral health, your self-esteem, and your overall well-being we encourage you to investigate before you decide. When it comes to Dental Implants and Cosmetic Dentistry sometimes we get what we pay for, unlike buying paper-towels, or laundry detergent, where sometimes the “bargain brand” will do, making an investment in your-self should never be a sacrifice.
All on 4 choices
Consider contacting the rep for Nobel Biocare in your area. This individual will know providers in your area that have done this procedure before and may be able to guide you!
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ALL ON 4
ALL ON 4 is a trade mark form NOBEL, and developed by Dr. Malo,
and if you are looking to perform this procedure, that is an advanced procedure, the only original brand is NOBEL.
I don't think they performed at the university.
prices may vary, and you can even get it done in India, if price is an issue.
there are other places also,
its a very simple procedure , that can be performed within just a couple of days.
if the doctor , knows it, and has done several of them.
also if he uses the original brand, and protocol, there is a protocol ,
so you can ask if they follow this?
my suggestion, is that rather seeing things in internet, that anyone can write, you should talk to real patients with had this procedure done,
any doctor you choose, might have some patients which you can talk to,. and also video, video is the most real easy thing to confirm of a doctor has experience on it, or not.
All on 4
Suggestion: Stay local
You may want to try the dental schools in Florida:
Univ of Florida
Work is supervised by licensed dentists and, actually, the workup/diagnostics would be reviewed by MANY staff, students, surgeons, etc. You will have to be seen in the graduate specialty programs. Costs are usually subsidized anywhere from 20 to +40% of average private practice fee schedules.
Hope that helps!
How to search for a dentist to do your procedures
The overwhelming majority of responses have been Internet research on sites such as RealSelf.com, Google, RateMDs.com and Healthgrades.com
I hope you found this information to be helpful,Dr. Champagne
Reserach dentist in your area
About reviews or reputation its not shown at these dental association websites, but at least you can have an evaluation of the costs and compare price, quaity, brand of dental implants, quality of materials used for your dentures, etc
Dentist within 300 mile range
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