I saw an advertisement for Clear Choice dental centers. they advertised something called teeth in a day. That appealed to me so I went. However, I didn’t feel like I needed all my teeth extracted. Most of my upper teeth are okay. They may need some cosmetic work but that is about it. Yet, Clear Choice was recommending I remove all of my teeth top and bottom. Is this the only way to get the same day teeth?
I am glad you wrote. You do not have to go to Clear Choice to get the procedure you want. Nor, would you have to compromise on what procedures you want. There are private practices that do the teeth-in-a-day procedure.
While Clear Choice does have some good dentists that work for them, they are first and foremost a corporate practice, which means they are more about the bottom line than an individual patient. They tend to have high sales tactics and a one-size-fits-all approach to dental care.
It is very likely that they just don’t know how to do the cosmetic work you were wanting. Rather than lose the business, they suggest the procedure they do for almost everyone. Good for their bottom line, but not in your best interest.
Even when you go to a private dentist, when it comes to such a significant procedure like dental implants, I think it is important you get a second opinion before moving forward.
If your teeth are healthy, why in the world would you want to extract them? The most important thing you can do is save your natural teeth.
Look for a dentist who does the teeth in a day procedure who also offers cosmetic procedures. Just be certain that you check out their smile gallery to be certain you like the results of their cosmetic work.
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