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Patient Perspectives

Implant Crowns

Implant Supported Crowns

Ever since I was young, I knew that due to a congenital condition, I would never have two permanent teeth. … I was 41 when I found that one of them had deteriorated to practically a transparent shell with the other tooth not far behind in the disintegration process. … Several factors weighed in my decision which resulted in my final choice of treatment by way of implant supported crowns. … And now that I have the dental implants in place? I LOVE THEM, I LOVE THEM!!! Forget the cruise; nix on the down payment on new wheels; let the minks keep their pelts, BUT let me keep these marvelous teeth. I’m the one smiling with abandon, butter drippin’ off my chin at the corn roast, and I haven’t even a shadow of a doubt that I made the best choice possible in getting these new teeth. I would recommend them to anyone and (touch wood here) would, in a New York minute, opt for the same treatment if I needed it again. Thank you, thank you, for your incredible work, Dr. Neale and for your wonderful staff’s assistance…

Mrs. L.B., Morinville, 2000

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Crown, Bridges, Implant Supported Crowns

You have given my girl the joy of smiling. You and your team are the Greatest!

Sincerely grateful,
Mrs. K.C., NWT, 1999

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Implant Supported Crowns

I recently had 3 implants placed in my lower left jaw. I am very pleased with the results; I have not had any problems with them. I struggled for 20 years with a partial plate, only to have raw gums constantly, so for several years I have not used the partial and had no molars to chew with on the left side. The implants work as well as my own teeth. From my perspective the procedure was no different than any other dental work.

Mrs. D. B., Sherwood Park, 2000

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Implant Supported Crowns

I can’t thank you all enough for all that you have done. I would have never expected to find so much passion about fixing peoples teeth in an office. It’s truly been an experience for me to observe the level at which you all operate and care about the people you serve.

Indebted to you, with humble gratitude,
Mr. J.M., Slave Lake, 1998

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