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Clear Choice in Brownwood, Texas - Commercials.....

Get rid of the Oriental woman who is soooo in love with her husband.....she needs serious teeth speech help!!!!!
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#1461414 Review #1461414 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Bad quality
2.2
Details
Husband went in for evaluation of upper and lower implants. This was the process: filled out paper work,was then greeted by someone. He is the salesman I call him took us in a office asked how this would change his life with these teeth keep saying how this would...
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Anonymous
#1499448

The best avenue is to have a reputable, local dental surgeon. If teeth can't be fixed by standard dental procedures (root canals, crowns etc), then a fixed bridge for one or two adjacent teeth is good if there are good teeth to attach the bridge to.

After all normal dental options are exhausted, then consider implants. Cost is probably in the $2500 to $3500 range per tooth.

If you don't have insurance, an excellent plan that my wife and I have is the Careington 500 discount plan. Its cost is only about $100 a year or so.

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#1272352 Review #1272352 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Problems with payment
1.0
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About 2 years ago my wife went to Clear Choice because she had too much bone loss for mini implants (two dentists said this) She was assured that this was not a problem. They did two bone grafts to correct the problem. During the process the dentist sold his part of...
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Anonymous
#1495904

File a complaint with you Medial State Licensing Board. They work for patients. They might be able to help you get some money back or at least fine the facility.

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#1253633 Review #1253633 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
Loss
$8500
Preferred solution
Price reduction
Tags
  • lied
  • Clear Choice Dental Implants Cente
2.0
Details
***If 20 or more patients or victims ban together and sue - its considered a class action lawsuit and will receive more priority in the legal system.*** I am a current 'patient' with Clear Choice (Dallas) and received a warm welcome when I first started my journey...
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Anonymous
#1753243

I wish I was in Dallas, I’m in Nevada!!

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#1172561 Review #1172561 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Overall experience and treatment
  • Being lied to about how much it was going to cost
  • Reviews i read by some of their customers
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
Loss
$21000
Preferred solution
Price reduction
Tags
  • corrupt
2.0
Details
Clear Choice - My tooth  #18 for a titanium implant came loose (again;  twice in less than 3 years).
CHRONOLOGY: 03-JUN-2014: I received an implant on 03-JUN-2014 by Dr. M. Don R****. Some of the steps did not happen that I had been told would happen (i.e. no sedation was used (only a local anesthetic), no mouth-wash or anti-biotic prescription was called-in to the...
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summars
#1541556

29-JAN-2018:03:00PM CST (TUE): Arrived for appointment to repair tooth#18, which came loose a second time (twice in less than 3 years) on 29-DEC-2017. Received 3rd tooth#18, but it did not fit and could not be used.

It took over 2 hours and considerable pain and numerous shots to remove the bottom of the broken tooth #18; Clear Choice made new molds for a 4th replacement for tooth#18, and scheduled a new appointment on 20-FEB-2018; 20-FEB-2018:03:00PM CST (TUE): Arrived for appointment to repair tooth#18, but they had no record of the appointment (despite I received a business-appointment card for this date-and-time of 20-FEB- 2018:03:00PM. Also, they said my tooth had not yet been received, was not ready, and they reset the appointment for 22-FEB-2018; 22-FEB-2018:03:00PM CST (TUE): Received 4th tooth#18 on 20-FEB-2018:03:00pm; This was the 10th appointment/visit to ClearChoice related to tooth #18. 12-MAY-2018:02:20PM CST (THU): The filling came loose for tooth #18. I must have swallowed it.

I called and made an appointment for 24- MAY-2018 02:20pm; Called (469)232-5454 on 14-MAY-2018 09:57am to make appointment for filling that fell out of tooth #18. There was no answer, so I left a message. Called again at 14-MAY-2018 09:57am , but was told that the office was closed until 21-MAY-2018, after they moved to new location at 7557 Rambler Road, Dallas, TX 75231. Called again at 21-MAY-2018 10:00am , and received appointment on THU, 24-MAY-2019 02:20PM; 24-MAY-2018:02:20PM CST (THU): Received filling (which came loose/out on 12-MAY-2018); This was the 11th appointment related to tooth #18.

25-MAY-2018:02:46PM CST (FRI): The filling (received yesterday, 24-MAY-2018) came loose for tooth #18 (again). I must have swallowed it. I called (469)232-5454 and left a voice message (with name, mobile number, and issue with tooth#18 filling, and a request for an appointment for a new filling; 31-MAY-2018:12:30PM CST (THU): Appointment for new filling for 4th tooth #18; 12th visit related to tooth #18; ClearChoice said the remaining filling in tooth #18 is sufficient, despite there still being a depression (hole) in the center of the tooth; 22-JUN-2018:08:00PM CST (FRI): The 4th tooth#18 (received 22-FEB-2018) broke in half (outer side broke off) on 22-JUN-2018 (see below); I must have swallowed the half that broke off. The broken edges are quite sharp.

The 1st tooth#18 was originally received on 08-DEC-2014, broke loose on 07-JAN-2015, and was lost on 18-JAN-2015; The 2nd tooth#18 was received on 26-FEB-2015, and broke loose on 29-DEC-2017; The 3rd tooth#18 did not fit and could not be used, so Clear Choice made new molds for 4th replacement tooth; The 4th tooth#18 was supposed to be received on 20-FEB-2018, but they had no record of the appointment (despite the date-and-time written on the appointment card); The 4th tooth#18 was received on 22-FEB-2018; The 4th tooth#18 broke 4 months later (on 22-JUN-2018) as shown below; 27-JUN-2018:08:00PM CST (WED): Broken Tooth#18 was removed, and a temporary metal post was inserted; Next appointment for (new metal) 5th tooth#18 set for 01-AUG-2018 09:20AM This was the 13th appointment/visit related to tooth#18; 01-AUG-2018:09:20PM CST (WED): Received 5th tooth#18, which appears to be half porcelain tooth, with metal added to it; The top edges of the tooth are very sharp, and hurting tongue; This was the 14th appointment/visit related to tooth#18; 02-AUG-2018:02:20PM CST (THU): This is the 15th appointment/visit related to tooth#18 (60-mile round trip; 60 x15 = 900 miles driven); I received the 5th tooth#18 the day before, on 01-AUG-2018 (appears to be half porcelain and metal); However, the top edges of the tooth are very sharp (see below), and hurting tongue, so the sharp edges were ground down (rounded) so that they were not so sharp. Hence, I am on my 5th tooth in less than 3 years and 8 months, and I wonder if the tooth will last the remaining 1 year and 4 months of the 5 year warranty?

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#1159600 Review #1159600 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Quality of service and product
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$4500
Preferred solution
Full refund
4.8
Details
It is vital to note the the Clear Choice offices are individually operated, so a bad review for one location is irrelevant when assessing the capabilities of another office. I can only attest to my own experience with the location in Austin, TX. I had the all on 4...
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Anonymous
#1689593

The reason you have had 4 different prosthodontists is because once they make enough money from all the initial implants they move on and leave the issue of supporting the install base to someone else. The new person has to sell enough to newer patients to get the upfront money so they can pass it on to the next one.

If you think about it it is almost like a pyramid scheme. When I got it done there was nothing in the contract about a 5 year warranty. My initial Dr. moved on and now the new owner has to deal with repairing all the clients of the previous Dr out of their own pocket.

I wouldn't mind paying for repairs as long as it is reasonable. I have recently found out that they just fix the broken 'tooth' not create a whole new apparatus.

There shouldn't be to high a cost for this. Usually takes 2 hours.

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#1080610 Review #1080610 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Good quality
2.2
Details
Plain and simple, they do not stand behind what they say they will do! They do not answer the on call emergency line. I have documented at least 25 phone calls to the local office, the corporate office, and the emergency line. They have called back, but when they feel...
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#1059073 Review #1059073 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Liars and uneducated medical staff
Reason of review
No emergency on call, discrimination, no pain relief
Loss
$5000
Preferred solution
I want to make sure this does not happen to another person, and i want Clear Choice to be held accountable for their actions.

Clear Choice Procedure Review

Does anybody that has had this procedure, experience any headaches for days? My husband just had this procedure done three days ago. Hes had a very bad headache since. If it wasn't for the headache, the swelling wouldn't be so bad.
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#944285 Review #944285 is a subjective opinion of poster.
5.0
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That's weird, my husband had this procedure done this week. They DIDN'T put him under to the point where he was completely out. They only have him enough, not to feel anything being done, but aware enough to know what was going on. He needed to help them open his mouth...
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Anonymous
#1234444

did your husband have to get all his top teeth pulled? Id like 2 keep my good top teeth

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#944278 Review #944278 is a subjective opinion of poster.

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8350 E. Crescent Parkway, Suite 300
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2.2
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I went to the one in Austin and had a great conversation and tour. Then I was told the first set are temp and will cost $35,000 then I will get the perm ones once they can fit me perfectly and pay $50,000. I was told "we can start today with a $5,000 deposit. I was...
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Anonymous
#1233833

Just get a denture

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#909586 Review #909586 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Bad quality