For more than 25 years, I have focused on comprehensive dental care for patients of all ages, ethnicity, financial backgrounds, and health issues. My goal is providing the best treatment for my patients and educating them on its effect to their life-long dental health.
Comprehensive dentistry goes beyond just your teeth, gums and jaw. It incorporates your whole being and how optimal dental care effects your overall health – physically and mentally. We achieve this through preventative, restorative and cosmetic procedures.
Some of the cases I’ve completed include full mouth reconstruction that included oral surgery, implant restoration, veneers, bleaching, and fixed and removable dentures. Additionally, I treat orthodontic cases with Invisalign® appliances. And, I treat mild to moderate sleep apnea utilizing mandibular-advancing devices, and migraine headache and grinding cases with several types of oral devices.
In June of 2011, I accepted a position as an adjunct clinical professor at Midwestern University – College of Dental Medicine. I am involved with the hands-on training of our students who will become the next generation of dentists. I’m very proud of my affiliation with this prestigious university.
Volunteering and contribution are an important part of my life. I believe we have a responsibility to help those less fortunate than ourselves and support them in ways which improve their lives.
I am a life-long resident of the Chicago area and currently reside in the western suburbs.