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Schaumburg, Illinois 60173 US
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Wow! - Schaumburg, IL

Wow! Dr Sanz is very professional, honest, understanding and has always answered all of my questions. Also when he is explaining some sort of treatment he will explain what is going to happen every step of the way. He did an excellent job on my implant, practically painless and looking good! Have recommended him to all of my family and friends.

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Awesome! - Schaumburg, IL

Dr VĂ­ctor Sanz is the best! Very professional and friendly. He explains very clearly every step of the procedure,and through cleanings ,fillings and even a crown,I have never felt any pain or discomfort. I look forward to going back for my next dentist visit.

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No Pain New Gain - Schaumburg, IL

Since I was a young girl, going to the dentist was always traumatizing. If something hurt I would be told to "calm down" and "relax" because apparently I would be over exaggerating my pain. Sometimes I'd even loose my privilege to get a gift from the treasure chest because "I cried so much". Every time I would receive a numbing shot, it always hurt as I felt it spreading through my gums and...

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    Undergraduate: Chemistry, University of South Florida, FL
    DDS, Iberoamerican University, UNIBE, Dominican Republic
    DDS, University of Michigan

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I have an all on four denture on the lower jaw. Can it easily be changed to a snap in denture? What would be involved?

Actually, it is easy. I do this often & vice versa. First find out if your implants were placed on angles (despite having bone, some doctors don't put... READ MORE

Implant supported bridges, how many implants should be placed? Getting worried!

I do these all the time. 12 teeth per arch cemented. No screw holes, no fillings, no bulk. I have several examples. If you want more implants it... READ MORE

Getting 2 implants. Had artificial root surgery which is healing, but on #20 I have strange bump. Should I worry? (Photo)

Go back to see your dentist. There is possibly bacteria/food on the cover screw that is stuck underneath. READ MORE

Is there any way to save my dental implant? (Photo)

More than likely you experienced a trauma to the implant tooth & created the mobility. It could have happened while eating. I recommend replacing the... READ MORE

How long is to long to get an implant supported denture after your remaining natural teeth are extracted?

I recommend to have the implants placed at the time of extractions. You will only go through one surgery instead of two. Less injections. You will... READ MORE

All on Four dental implant changed my facial structure. Will it improve?

The short answer is no. The flanges or borders of your dentures covered the bone and fills the cheeks and lips. The implant teeth you have now are... READ MORE

MIS dental Implants - do they have a good success rate or any problems?

At this present day, almost all implants are of the same titanium grade, etched and sandblasted yielding 95+% success rates. The difference is now... READ MORE

Is a dental implant possible with "significant" bone loss? It is tooth #8 and I don't want a bridge. (photo)

You may still get an implant but will need a bone graft and possibly twice. It will also depend on the bone levels inbetween the teeth which will be... READ MORE

Which dental implant needs only a gum tissue hole or punch rather than an incision across the gum line?

The type of implant does not matter in regards to this technique. What matters is the width of the bone. When it is very wide, you can tissue punch... READ MORE

Could I fracture my implant from trauma?

It is possible to traumatize the implant. Avoid using the tooth for some time and get it followed up with a check up. An xray may be taken to ensure... READ MORE

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