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1810 Delany Road
Gurnee, Illinois 60031 US
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No More Fears, I Now Can Smile! - Gurnee, IL

For people with fear going to the dentist, I can attest that all of these fears will disappear after having Dr. Amidei as your dentist. I always tell people that he has hands of Angel! He always assures his patients are not in pain or at discomfort. His staff will always treat you very professional and with care. I have been a patient of his for over 20+ years and can smile thanks to his professionalism, experience and care for his patients. Thank you Dr. Amidei!

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.


American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD)


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS in Biology, Loyola University Chicago

    Dental: DDS, University of Illinois Chicago
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Certification: Advanced General Dentistry, Northwestern University Chicago

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According to the attached photo I have a bite broken at my front teeth? (photo)

Get direct bonding done. Its very simple and will provise a good resilt covering the ugly crack and brownish color of the tooth. Not to expensive... READ MORE

Why would I have an exposed nerve after having a tooth crowned/capped?

No exposed nerve. Just hypersensitivity. Maybe a finish line on the filling or crown is open and causing micro leakage. Could also be your tooth was... READ MORE

Do I need my capped teeth removing and replaced with dentures?

Typically older crown had a metal substrate that becomes corrosive and darkens over time. Newer crowns are completely white without a substrate. For... READ MORE

How do you repair out of place lower front teeth?

Firstneed figure out what is currently the state of health of the bone and gums around these teeth. If bad disease then likely remove and replace...... READ MORE

The healing cap fell off & had to be screwed in but it was very painful. Is this normal? Should I seek follow up or 2nd opinion?

Ok this is typical. Think about it...The implant is placed in bone. The gum you see is where the screw goes down through to get to the implant that is... READ MORE

I think I have small lateral incisors, but I'm not confident with my smile. What do I do? (photo)

Try a non invasive procedure like direct bonding. I personally think you would benefit from invisilign and widening your such and proclining your... READ MORE

Because of perndonal I had my 4 front bottom teeth removed and a Maryland bridge was put in?

You can make a new Maryland type bridge. A conventional bridge which means you need to remove more tooth on the teeth supporting your Maryland bridge... READ MORE

Invisalign: Mandibular Asymmetry & moving abroad half way through treatment? (photo)

Seldom are people perfectly symmetrical. Midlines matching etc can be accomplished but can increase treatment time immensely. If your moving you may... READ MORE

Does the tooth implant cause any nerve damage?

No. Implants are placed in bone. When carefully treatment planned no nerve damage occurs. There are many structures and risks associated with surgery... READ MORE

Experienced pain after food was lodged in back teeth for days. Could it be infected?

Absolutely. Likely periodontal acute abscessing.Very destructive. Act quickly. Likely needs anesthesia and some sort of minor treastment to clear out... READ MORE

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