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ClearChoice Denver

At the ClearChoice Dental Implant Center in Denver, you’ll notice our passion for transforming smiles as soon as you walk through the door. We’ve helped thousands of patients restore their confidence and dental health. Our doctors and clinical staff at ClearChoice Denver bring together expertise and teamwork to meet the unique needs of each patient.

Located in the Denver Tech Center, our innovative facility offers a more convenient process for long–term tooth replacement. We focus on full mouth dental implants, as well as multiple and single tooth implants. Let us show you why thousands have chosen ClearChoice for dental implants in Denver, CO. Our team is waiting to welcome you to our center and help you take the first step toward a new smile.

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ClearChoice Denver

Centrum Complex, East Tower
8200 E. Belleview Ste. 500E
Denver, Colorado 80111

Phone:

720-459-6146

Fax:

303-988-1780

Email:

denverinfo@clearchoice.com

Hours

  • M – T: 7:30am – 5pm
  • Fri-Sun: Closed

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The following are actual online reviews which express only the opinions of the reviewing party. These reviews are not to be construed in any way as an endorsement or advertisement on the part of ClearChoice.

Review from Google

Fast and friendly service

Review from Yelp

RN Maureen Roberts does such an amazing job with my Botox and injections for under my eyes. Most people cannot correctly guess my age nor can tell I get both.

Not only is she knowledgeable, but she is friendly, professional, and a master of her aesthetic craft. I highly recommend her!
303-928-2019 for an appt.

Review from Google

They really did an awesome job with my new teeth. I highly recommend this place!

Review from Google

Amazing staff, very organized and detail orientated. I have never come across another dental office that put so much effort into making my smile so perfect. I'm extremely impressed!!!!!!

Review from Google

Great people. They gave me back my smile.

Review from Google

I am finally done with a year-long process of replacing my top 4 front teeth with a bridge on two implants, and two laminates on my canines.

When I was 22, I made a dumb choice to have my chipped, crooked teeth ground down and capped instead of braces. 24 years later, I regretted that decision.
A year ago, I was losing bone, the crowns were failing, and I had them pulled. Dentures promised constant maintenance, and loss of more teeth as the bone continued to atrophy over time. The thought of dentures for life at 45 years old wasn't pleasant, so I compared three implant companies including Clear Choice.

Kelly, my consultant, was friendly and knowledgeable. She was very motivated to find me the best deal, and choices in financing. She got me a very good price, and the best financing plan among several companies. Their most thorough consultation included a 3-D CT-scan, exam, and x-rays. Two doctors were involved in my consultation, and everyone thoroughly answered every question I asked with no rush.

Documents signed, I went for implant surgery. Dr. Jensen has written papers in the implant community, and is a pioneer in his field. He was able to do all the bone grafting and supplementation, as well as place my implants in one surgery. It took him half a day, but I went home that afternoon with implants. Other surgeons wanted two or three surgeries of bone grafting, and months of waiting before implants could even be considered.
I was out cold for the operation, and remember nothing until I gradually woke up in the recovery room. I was laid up for about 36 hours after, and it was a few more days before I was back in stride.

After a follow-up to be sure the surgery went right, I waited 3 long months for the grafting to heal. I had lost a lot of bone, and there was an understood risk that my jaw might be too far gone for the surgery to succeed. But, 3 months later, I went back and learned my operation was well above their minimum expectations. Dr Jensen was very pleased with my results.
I waited another month to heal, then went to Dr. Haney. Over several visits, I had x-rays and molds taken to fit abutments to the implants. I'm thoroughly familiar with the taste of molding paste, but it wasn't uncomfortable in the least.

After a first fitting of the final bridge, it was decided they didn't look perfect, and I would need laminates on adjacent teeth. This was not unforeseen, and was factored as an option at the beginning. It resulted in an additional month of work and time, but was well worth it.

Finally, the day came, and after several hours of final fitting and placement, I left with a set of teeth I'm completely overjoyed with.
I've since had two follow-up visits for minor adjusting as things settle. All included in the original price.

My "Clear Choice" was about 8-10% more than the competitors, but knowing what I know now, it was the right decision. Those extra dollars are not something to worry about when the service is so superior. 10 bucks less on a monthly payment doesn't justify cheaper. In a choice of cheapest, vs. best, there's no debate; it's a permanent first impression I'll make for the rest of my life.

Clear Choice is way beyond what the others could offer. Everything is done in house, they have staff in this very facility who are unparalleled leaders in their fields. I did loads of reading, research, etc. before I signed over enough money to buy a nice car. I am VERY happy and satisfied with the results.
Be sure you get everything that could be necessary, included in writing on the appraisal with the price, and shop around for financing. - But that's just common sense. Otherwise, I can't recommend Clear Choice highly enough.
Any questions, I'm happy to answer, I'm pretty familiar with the process!

Review from Google

My name is Kenneth Ericksen and I live In Hayden, Idaho. I first learned of Clearchoice Dental Implant Center located in Belleview, Washington state through a TV advertisement. It was through this advertisement that I decided to travel to Belleview for a free consolation to determine if I was a candidate for implants since I had been wearing partial upper and lower plates for better than 50 years and I was very concerned that my gums had scrunch to a point that implants were no longer a possibility. Also, being retired, cost played a very important factor in my decision making process. Some 35 years back I paced myself through several dentist as to what the cost would be for a total mouth of implants. ... It was $85,000.00 dollars. .... Far more than I could afford. To my amazement, Clearchoice after an intensive review of my jaws including X-rays and a CAT scan quoted me $42,000.00.

At this time, I am in the final throws of an entire mouth of implants. It has been a long and tedious task to get there, however, Clearchoice staff continuously showed professionalism with a warm smile each step of the way. ... I give great recognition to the following staff members in making my life not only better but through each of their efforts have given me a beautiful mouth of teeth allowing me to once again smile.
Xan Hermon, Dr. Cespedes, Dr. Steffen, Laura Johnston, Ular Ukdrasong, Kelly Chamberlin and Melody Sonnenberg.

Kenneth Ericksen. (USN veteran)

Review from Google

I am finally done with a year-long process of replacing my top 4 front teeth with a bridge on two implants, and two laminates on my incisors.

When I was 22, I made a dumb choice to have my chipped, crooked teeth ground down and capped instead of braces. 24 years later, I regret that decision.
A year ago, I was losing bone, the crowns were failing, and I had them pulled. Dentures promised constant maintenance, and loss of more teeth as the bone continued to atrophy over time. The thought of dentures for life at 45 years old wasn't pleasant, so I compared three implant companies including Clear Choice.

Kelly, my consultant, was friendly and knowledgeable. She was very motivated to find me the best deal, and choices in financing. She got me a very good price, and the best financing plan among several companies. Their most thorough consultation included a 3-D CT-scan, exam, and x-rays. Two doctors were involved in my consultation, and everyone thoroughly answered every question I asked with no rush.

Documents signed, I went for implant surgery. Dr. Jensen has written papers in the implant community, and is a pioneer in his field. He was able to do all the bone grafting and supplementation, as well as place my implants in one surgery. It took him half a day, but I went home that afternoon with implants. Other surgeons wanted two or three surgeries of bone grafting, and months of waiting before implants could even be considered.
I was out cold for the operation, and remember nothing until I gradually woke up in the recovery room. I was laid up for about 36 hours after, and it was a few more days before I was back in stride.

After a follow-up to be sure the surgery went right, I waited 3 long months for the grafting to heal. I had lost a lot of bone, and there was an understood risk that my jaw might be too far gone for the surgery to succeed. But, 3 months later, I went back and learned my operation was well above their minimum expectations. Dr Jensen was very pleased with my results.
I waited another month to heal, then went to Dr. Haney. Over several visits, I had x-rays and molds taken to fit abutments to the implants. I'm thoroughly familiar with the taste of molding paste, but it wasn't uncomfortable in the least.

After a first fitting of the final bridge, it was decided they didn't look perfect, and I would need laminates on adjacent teeth. This was not unforeseen, and was factored as an option at the beginning. It resulted in an additional month of work and time, but was well worth it.

Finally, the day came, and after several hours of final fitting and placement, I left with a set of teeth I'm completely overjoyed with.
I've since had two follow-up visits for minor adjusting as things settle. All included in the original price.

My "Clear Choice" was a thousand or so dollars more than the competitors, but knowing what I know now, it was the right decision. Those extra dollars are not something to worry about when the service is so superior. 10 bucks less on a monthly payment doesn't justify cheaper. In a choice of cheapest, vs. best, there's no debate; it's a permanent first impression I'll make for the rest of my life.

Clear Choice is way beyond what the others could offer. Everything is done in house, they have staff in this very facility who are unparalleled leaders in their fields. I did loads of reading, research, etc. before I signed over enough money to buy a nice car. I am VERY happy and satisfied with the results.
Be sure you get everything that could be necessary, included in writing on the appraisal with the price, and shop around for financing. - But that's just common sense. Otherwise, I can't recommend Clear Choice highly enough.
Any questions, I'm happy to answer, I'm pretty familiar with the process!

Review from Yelp

When I arrived at Clear Choice I was ashamed and embarrassed with how I looked. I was missing 4 molars and 3 front teeth and made hockey players look good. My decision to get implants was an easy one because of the lesson my mom taught me when she decided to get dentures late in life. She told me many times how much she regretted that choice. As I went through the process of receiving both upper and lower plates I was impressed by the professionalism and attention to detail shown by the entire staff. Those things I expect and demand to have but what made this such a great experience was the compassion and care given to me by every person I came in contact with! Thank you all for taking a person who couldn't smile and turning me into a person who can't stop smiling!

Review from Google

I am really impressed with their professionalism and honesty. They gave me back my smile.

Review from Google

The doctors and staff at Clear Choice are strictly first class, and I highly recommend them for dental implants. However, this is my only implant experience so I don't know about the service of their competitors. Maybe all of them give really good service - I don't know. I do know that you will not be disappointed with Clear Choice in Denver.

Review from Yelp

I am finally done with a year-long process of replacing my top 4 front teeth with a bridge on two implants, and two laminates on my incisors.When I was 22, I made a dumb choice to have my chipped, crooked teeth ground down and capped instead of getting braces. It sounded good (cheap) at the time, but 24 years later I regret that decision.A year ago, I was losing bone, the crowns were failing, and I had them pulled. Dentures promised constant maintenance and gradually losing more teeth as the bone continued to atrophy over the years. The thought of dentures for life at 45 years old wasn't pleasant, so I went to Clear Choice, and compared three other companies offering implants.Kelly, my consultant, was friendly and knowledgeable. She was very motivated to find me the best deal, and choices in financing. She got me a very good price, and the best financing plan among several companies. For the consultation, they do a 3-D CT-scan, and x-rays. Two doctors were involved in my consultation as well, and everyone thoroughly answered every question I put to them with no rush.Documents signed, I went for implant surgery. Dr. Jensen has written papers in the implant community, and is a pioneer in his field. He was able to do all the bone grafting and supplementation, as well as place my implants in one surgery. It took him half a day, but I went home that afternoon with implants. Other surgeons wanted two or three surgeries of bone grafting, and months of waiting before implants could even be considered.I was out cold for the operation, and remember nothing until I gradually woke up in the recovery room. I was laid up for about 36 hours after, and it was a few more days before I was back in stride.After a follow-up to be sure the surgery went right, I waited 3 long months for the grafting to heal. I had lost a lot of bone, and there was an understood risk that my jaw might be too far gone for the surgery to succeed. Only time would tell. 3 months later, I went back and learned my operation was well above their minimum expectations. Dr Jensen was very pleased with my results.I waited another month to heal, then went to Dr. Haney. Over several visits, I had x-rays and molds taken to fit abutments to the implants. I'm thoroughly familiar with the taste of molding paste, but it wasn't uncomfortable in the least. After a first fitting of they final bridge, it was decided they didn't look perfect, and I would need laminates on adjacent teeth. This was not unforeseen, and was factored as an option at the beginning. It resulted in an additional month of work and time, but was well worth it.Finally, the day came, and after several hours of final fitting and placement, I left with a set of teeth I'm completely overjoyed with.My "Clear Choice" was a thousand or so dollars more than the competitors, but knowing what I know now, I'm glad I made the right decision. Those extra few dollars are not something to worry about when the service is so superior. 10 bucks more or less in a monthly payment doesn't justify cheaper. In a choice of cheapest, or best, there's no debate; it's a permanent first impression I'll make for the rest of my life.Clear Choice is way beyond what others can offer. Everything is done in house, they have staff in this very facility who are unparalleled leaders in their fields. I did loads of reading, research, etc. before I signed over enough money to buy a new car. I am VERY happy and satisfied with the results.Be sure you get everything that could be necessary included in writing on the appraisal with the price, but that's just common sense. Otherwise, I can't recommend Clear Choice highly enough. Any questions, I'm happy to answer, I'm pretty familiar with the process!

Review from Yelp

I am finally done with a year-long process of replacing my top 4 front teeth with a bridge on two implants, and two laminates on my incisors.

When I was 22, I made a dumb choice to have my chipped, crooked teeth ground down and capped instead of braces. 24 years later, I regret that decision.
A year ago, I was losing bone, the crowns were failing, and I had them pulled. Dentures promised constant maintenance, and loss of more teeth as the bone continued to atrophy over time. The thought of dentures for life at 45 years old wasn't pleasant, so I compared three implant companies including Clear Choice.

Kelly, my consultant, was friendly and knowledgeable. She was very motivated to find me the best deal, and choices in financing. She got me a very good price and the best financing plan among several companies. Their most thorough consultation included a 3-D CT-scan, exam, and x-rays. Two doctors were involved in my consultation, and everyone thoroughly answered every question I asked with no rush.

Documents signed, I went for implant surgery. Dr. Jensen has written papers in the implant community and is a pioneer in his field. He was able to do all the bone grafting and supplementation, as well as place my implants in one surgery. It took him half a day, but I went home that afternoon with implants. Other surgeons wanted two or three surgeries of bone grafting, and months of waiting before implants could even be considered.
I was out cold for the operation, and remember nothing until I gradually woke up in the recovery room. I was laid up for about 36 hours after, and it was a few more days before I was back in stride.

After a follow-up to be sure the surgery went right, I waited 3 long months for the grafting to heal. I had lost a lot of bone, and there was an understood risk that my jaw might be too far gone for the surgery to succeed. But, 3 months later, I went back and learned my operation was well above their minimum expectations. Dr. Jensen was very pleased with my results.
I waited another month to heal, then went to Dr. Haney. Over several visits, I had x-rays and molds taken to fit abutments to the implants. I'm thoroughly familiar with the taste of molding paste, but it wasn't uncomfortable in the least.

After a first fitting of the final bridge, it was decided they didn't look perfect, and I would need laminates on adjacent teeth. This was not unforeseen and was factored as an option at the beginning. It resulted in an additional month of work and time but was well worth it.

Finally, the day came, and after several hours of final fitting and placement, I left with a set of teeth I'm completely overjoyed with.
I've since had two follow-up visits for minor adjusting as things settle. All included in the original price.

My "Clear Choice" was a thousand or so dollars more than the competitors, but knowing what I know now, it was the right decision. Those extra dollars are not something to worry about when the service is so superior. 10 bucks less on a monthly payment doesn't justify cheaper. In a choice of cheapest, vs. best, there's no debate; it's a permanent first impression I'll make for the rest of my life.

Clear Choice is way beyond what the others could offer. Everything is done in house, they have staff in this very facility who are unparalleled leaders in their fields. I did loads of reading, research, etc. before I signed over enough money to buy a nice car. I am VERY happy and satisfied with the results.
Be sure you get everything that could be necessary, included in writing on the appraisal with the price, and shop around for financing. - But that's just common sense. Otherwise, I can't recommend Clear Choice highly enough.
Any questions, I'm happy to answer, I'm pretty familiar with the process!

Review from Yelp

I am about 2/3 through a 10 month process of removing my top front four teeth, and replacing them with two implants in my jaw, and placing 4 new teeth in a bridge on the implants.When I was younger, I made the STUPID choice to have my chipped, crooked teeth ground down and capped instead of getting braces. I was 23, and it sounded good at the time.My process started by being told by my regular DDS that I was losing bone, the crowns were failing, and that I would have to have my teeth pulled soon. I didn't like the idea of constant maintenance, along with gradually losing more teeth as the bone continued to atrophy over the years. I also couldn't bear the thought of dentures for life at 40 something years old, so I went to see Clear Choice, and three other companies offering implants.Kelly was my initial consultant, and she's very friendly and talkative. I believe she works on commission, but don't let this sway you. It motivates her to find the best possible deal she can, along with choices in financing, etc. She went out of her way to get me what I feel is a very good price, and the best financing plan among several companies. They do a detailed 3-D analysis and CT-scan, along with x-rays. I had several other staff members involved in my consultation as well, and everyone thoroughly answered every question I put to them with no rush.First, I had the original teeth pulled by my local DDS, as well as dentures made and placed. Thankfully this was covered by my insurance. My big day came a month later for the implant surgery. Here's where the first difference occurred over the competitors. - My surgeon has written several papers in the implant community and is a pioneer in his field. He was able to do all the bone grafting and supplementation along with placing the implants in one surgery. It took him several hours, but I went home that day with implants. The others wanted two or three surgeries of bone grafting, plus months of waiting in between each before implants could even be considered. I remember the burn of the anesthetic in my arm, and then I was out cold for the entire operation. He took bone and tissue from two different locations in my mouth, and also introduced cadaver bone to make a solid base for my implants. My mouth later felt pretty weird and it took a while to get used to.I remember nothing until I gradually woke up in their recovery room. I was laid up for about 36 hours after, and it was a few more days before I felt like I was on the road to recovery.It is truly surgery, and requires time to heal. After a quick follow up to be sure the surgery went right, I waited four long months for the bone to heal and "osseo-integration" to occur. I had lost a LOT of bone, and there was the understood risk that my jaw might be too far gone to have the surgery be successful, only time would tell. Three months later I went back for my assessment and to re-expose the implants, which were mostly covered by my gums. The bone grafting been successful, and was well above their minimum expectations. They were very happy with my result.I waited another month for that to heal, and then I went to have more x-rays, and molds taken and to fit abutments to the implants. Suffice to say, I'm thoroughly familiar with the taste of dental molding paste. It wasn't uncomfortable or painful in the least however. This is where I am now, I have yet to begin trial fitting and adjustments of my new teeth, along with any other minor surgery which might be necessary to repair my gums. I will update over the next two months until my process is complete.Subject to change, but THUS FAR :My "Clear Choice" was several hundred to a thousand or so dollars more than the competitors, but knowing what I know now, I'm SO glad I made this decision. Those extra few dollars are not something I want to worry about when the service is so superior. The money is lumped into a payment plan anyway, so it's about 10 bucks more or less in the monthly payment.My analogy would be to pay the cheapest artist, or the best if I got a tattoo? This is permanent, and it's the first impression I'll make for the rest of my life.Knowing what I know up until now, Clear Choice is FAR beyond what the others can offer. Everything is done in house, they have staff in this very facility who are unparalleled leaders in their fields. I did LOADS of reading, research, etc. into them and implants before I basically handed them enough money to buy a nice new car. I am VERY happy and satisfied at this point.Just be sure you get everything that could possibly need to be done included in writing on the promissory appraisal with the price. I will update this review as my fittings happen, along with the final results and re-fit / rebuilds if necessary.I might even post before/after pix. - Maybe.

Review from Yelp

I am about 2/3 through a 10 month process of replacing my top 4 fronts with 2 implants, and 4 new teeth in a bridge on the implants.When I was younger, I made a dumb choice to have my chipped, crooked teeth ground down and capped instead of getting braces. I was 23, and it sounded good (cheap) at the time. 22 years later I regret that decision.Last year, I was told by my DDS I was losing bone, the crowns were failing, and that I would have to have my teeth pulled. Dentures promised constant maintenance and gradually losing more teeth as the bone continued to atrophy over the years. The thought of dentures for life at 45 years old wasn't good either, so I went to Clear Choice. I also compared three other companies offering implants.Kelly was my consultant, and is friendly and knowledgeable. She was very motivated to find me the best deal, and choices in financing. She got me a very good price, and the best financing plan among several companies. For the consultation, they do a 3-D CT-scan, and x-rays. Two doctors were involved in my consultation as well, and everyone thoroughly answered every question I put to them with no rush.First, I had the original teeth pulled by my local DDS, as well as dentures made and placed.A month later, I went for my implant surgery. Dr. Jensen has written papers in the implant community, and is a pioneer in his field. He was able to do all the bone grafting and supplementation along with placing the implants in one surgery. It took him half a day, but I went home that afternoon with implants. Other surgeons wanted two or three surgeries of bone grafting, and months of waiting between - before implants would even be considered.I was out cold for the entire operation, and remember nothing until I gradually woke up in the recovery room. I was laid up for about 36 hours after, and it was a few more days before I felt like I was on the road to recovery.After a follow-up to be sure the surgery went right, I waited 3 long months for the grafting to heal. I had lost a lot of bone, and there was an understood risk that my jaw might be too far gone for the surgery to succeed. Only time would tell. 3 months later, I went back for my assessment and to re-expose the implants, which were mostly covered by my gums. My successful operation was well above their minimum expectations, and Dr Jensen was very pleased with my results.I waited another month to heal, then was turned over to Dr. Haney. Over a couple visits, I had x-rays and molds taken to fit abutments to the implants. Suffice to say, I'm thoroughly familiar with the taste of molding paste. It wasn't uncomfortable in the least however. This is where I am now, I have yet to begin trial fitting and adjustments of my new teeth. I may also need minor surgery to fit my gums properly to the teeth. I will update until my process is complete.Subject to change, but THUS FAR :My "Clear Choice" was a thousand or so dollars more than the competitors, but knowing what I know now, I'm glad I made the right decision. Those extra few dollars are not something to worry about when the service is superior. 10 bucks more or less in a monthly payment doesn't justify cheaper. For a choice of cheapest, or best, there's no debate; it's a permanent first impression I'll make for the rest of my life.Knowing what I know thus far, Clear Choice is way beyond what others can offer. Everything is done in house, they have staff in this very facility who are unparalleled leaders in their fields. I did loads of reading, research, etc. before I signed over enough money to buy a new car. I am VERY happy and satisfied at this point.Be sure you get everything that could possibly need included in writing on the promissory appraisal with the price. I will update this review as my fittings happen, along with the final results and re-fit / rebuilds if necessary.I might even post before/after pix. - Maybe.

Review from Superpages

Clear Choice was the right choice. With so many dental problems, I know have a beautiful smile that I am not ashame of. Thank you for the great and wonderful smile.

Review from Google

Absolutely great!!!!!!!!!!

Review from Google

ClearChoice was a life saver for me! Before ClearChoice I would never smile, would not speak in public, could not eat many foods and had numerous health issues. Now I smile all the time, have more confidence than I ever have, eat everything and am healthier than ever. I was so scared about pain and cost, I put off going to ClearChoice for over a year. I did not have a fraction of the pain I thought I was going to have and I was able to finance my teeth with low monthly payments. I wish I would have gone to ClearChoice sooner. The staff is amazing!!!! Dr. Adams is so kind and gentle and explains everything to you as many times as you need (I needed a few times). Holly, Somin, Jocelyn, Monique, Aileen, Mary and all the others make you feel so comfortable. They really have become a second family to me! I love my new teeth!!! Anyone who is thinking about implants - go to clearchoice now, do not hold off like I did. ClearChoice truly saved my life!

Review from Yelp

So rarely in this day and age do I ever find things to be "as advertised."
Well, let me tell you a little bit about my experience at this office.
A full year now passed, since I began a process which is now complete; and for me very happily concluded.

I went to this facility after "touring" around and asking quite a few questions..
Of course, I wanted to look like the people they show on their commercials.
But I had much bigger issues based on a long history of diabetes and serious gum disease.

Its true; in one day I came in in the morning and left by days end with a beautiful new mouth. But If you think that's the end of the story; you need to do some more home-work.

Here is what you should know:

The teeth you get are temporary.
You live with them till your "finals" are installed. (in my case about nine months).

WHY? The eight implants installed need that much time to actually "set". Once they know there are no problems with any of those they actually begin the construction of the finals. Mine were all fine, as is the case over 90% of the time.

Over the course of the scheduled visits and all the different "hands " in my mouth I truly became amazed.

Dr Adams (I refer to him as the architect or artist.) has about 20 people or so working in a large comfortable office facility. Each and everyone I spent time with seemed to know everything about my case and everything that had occurred previously. They keep copious notes and read them before you get in the chair,Each and every time.

Most of the time you are working with these very well trained and highly empathic ladies (and a few men.)
They have their own on-site very well equipped lab with three full time staff . The advantages of doing all of this work in-house makes the entire process silky smooth and eliminates lots of wasted time.

On the few occasions I was concerned Dr. Adams was always available to me.

They also l provide as much or as little information about any aspect of the treatment and progress all along the way. I learned that almost everyone working there had been with The doctor for many years.

They even offered to come in one week-end when I thought I might have a problem.
After discussing that particular incident I felt very comfortable waiting till Monday.
I could go on.

I'm a bottom line guy so:

You will never find the level of art,science and patient care that these folks have exhibited under one roof.

I wrote one check in the beginning. No matter hot much attention I required I was never asked for another penny.

Yes it is expensive. By the end of the process I was wondering if they made any money at all. Believe me; it cost a great deal of money to run an operation of this caliber.

My health is so much improved not to mention the "little bonus" of having a nice looking mouth.

Mark Adams and his entire staff really care.

It is always nice to get "a second chance".