ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers has opened facilities in Alpharetta, Ga, and Fort Washington, Pa, as part of its network. The Alpharetta center is the company’s second location in the Atlanta area, while Fort Washington is the first in Pennsylvania. These practices are designed to provide all-in-one treatment for dental implant procedures under one roof with collaboration between the prosthodontist, oral surgeon, and laboratory technician.
“The mission of ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers is to provide the edentulous population with an improved overall state of health,” said Kevin Mosher, CEO of ClearChoice Management Services. “Patients in need of implants often settle for a denture, which can be a poor substitute for natural teeth. The doctors within the ClearChoice network provide clinical treatment options that can improve the quality of life for people with missing or failing teeth.”
Prosthodontist Amy Camba, DMD, leads the ClearChoice Dental Implant Center in Alpharetta. Prosthodontist Felicia Wilson, DDS, MS, owns and operates the Fort Washington center. According to the company, Camba and Wilson are excited to be able to provide the residents of these cities with treatment options for their dental issues.
“The opening of the Alpharetta center gives our team the ability to provide dental care with unprecedented personal service,” said Camba. “We strive for a positive and substantial impact in the lives of patients by restoring hope, dignity, confidence, and, above all, health.”
“I am so excited and humbled to be in the Philadelphia area. To offer Pennsylvanians with the level of service and care that the ClearChoice network provides is the highlight of my professional career,” said Wilson. “My team and I are committed to providing a life-changing experience for our patients.”
With nearly 38 million Americans expected to require dental prostheses by 2020, ClearChoice says that it will run an educational campaign in these markets featuring real patients to inform the public about the dental treatment options the company provides and how these procedures can improve a patient’s quality of life.