The All-on-X, commonly called All-on-Four, permanent dentures, fixed teeth or teeth in a day are implant supported dentures affixed to dental implants (anywhere from 4-6) placed strategically throughout the mouth. This procedure is a great alternative to traditional dentures and “Snap-On” Dentures, for patients wanting something more permanent and long-lasting.


Need dental implants and live in the Bolingbrook, Illinois area? Our Surgical Suites dental implant team can help you, and anyone in the dental implants Bolingbrook community, get your beautiful smile back!

Listen, we all know that your bite and appearance is adversely impacted by having missing teeth. As we age, teeth will get weaker and weaker, especially for patients  not adhering to a twice-a-day brushing and flossing schedule. Good dental hygiene is key to to the longevity of your teeth, but sometimes teeth begin falling out at an older age as well as accidents happen. This is where dental implant replacements are your solution in the Bolingbrook, IL area.

New Teeth In One Day With Dental Implants In Bolingbrook Illinois

If you are looking for a professional dentist office for All In One Day Dental Implants in Bolingbrook Illinois that you can trust, you have come to the right place! At Surgical Suites, we have the experience and training in implant dentistry to educate you better on your available dental implant options. In the hands of a highly trained dental implantologist, his expertise ensures you, the patient of the longevity and reliability of your all-in-one-day dental implants.

How Much Do Bolingbrook IL Dental Implants Cost? Are They Affordable?

Yes! For Bolingbrook Dental Implants, you can trust Surgical Suites to not only do dental restorations right, but also at an affordable cost. Call our Bolingbrook office today to get a quote on your single tooth implant or full teeth restoration. Dr. Sam is your local Bolingbrook Oral Surgeon that also understands the need for affordable dental reconstructions. As a value added bonus, rest assured that our Bolingbrook Oral Surgeon, Dr. Sam is highly respected, trained and experienced in implant dentistry. Below you can see some highlights of his dental implant / oral surgery credentials or go to this link to read more about Dr. Sam.


Dr. Sam is an accomplished surgeon with an impressive educational background and extensive experience in the field of dentistry. He obtained his Doctoral Degree in Surgery from the University of Illinois at Chicago and his Bachelors in Dental Sciences from the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine at Cairo University in Egypt.

In addition to his advanced educational background, Dr. Sam is a Fellow of the esteemed Academy of General Dentistry and has earned a Masters of Healthcare Administration degree. He has undergone extensive training in Dental Implants education, earning him a Fellowship of the American Dental Implant Association and a Mastership in the International Dental Implant Association. These prestigious distinctions are only granted to the top 2% of Implantologists in the country who are skilled in placing and restoring implants.

Dr. Sam’s expertise in dental implants is complemented by years of experience working in an Oral Surgery office. Through this extensive training, he has developed a vast knowledge and skill set, enabling him to perform complex surgeries with minimal discomfort and post-surgical complications. Dr. Sam’s love for his work is reflected in the lives of the patient’s that he has changed throughout the years. Through this work, he is not only able to help patients achieve better oral health, but to educate them in the process. As an active member of The American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and the Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Sam is committed to providing the highest level of care and education to his patients and colleagues alike. He not only travels to perform procedures, but also teaches and mentors full arch Implant rehabilitation and IV sedation across the states of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Utah, and California. His passion and commitment to his work is evident in the impact he has made on the field of dentistry. The level of dedication he has with his patients and colleagues is unmatched.

Apart from being a skilled practitioner, Dr. Sam is also a national speaker and educator in full arch implant reconstructions, including but not limited to, zygomatic implants and no bone options. He has been invited to speak at various national conferences sharing his expertise and knowledge with his colleagues in the field. Dr. Sam’s innovative approach to implant dentistry has earned him a reputation as a top leader in the industry, and his commitment to education and sharing his expertise, ensures that his colleagues and patients receive the most advanced care possible. Dr. Sam continues to change lives across the United States through his love for dentistry.


Dental Implant Surgeon

  • Specializes in full mouth implant reconstructions (All-on-Four / All-on-X)
  • Licensed in Illinois,Wisconsin,Indiana, Utah and California
  • One of the few surgeons in the country that places zygomatic implants for no jaw bone solutions.
  • Belongs to the top 1% of Implantologist in the USA
  • Complex knowledge and expertise in the field of Implantology and Surgical Dentistry
  • Fellow of the Prestigious  Academy of General Dentistry
  • Master of the International Dental Implant Association
  • Successfully placed thousands of implants per year for over a decade
  • Knowledge and expertise in the reconstruction of previously failed full mouth reconstruction cases
  • Educator and Lecturer at Western Surgical and Sedation
  • Provides mentorship and hands on training for Dental Surgeons


  • Same day teeth
  • More stability
  • Permanent solution to tooth loss and periodontal disease
  • Do not need to be taken out
  • Do not slip and slide around your mouth
  • Eliminates the need for adhesives
  • Low maintenance
  • Minimal recovery time
  • Teeth look natural
  • Immediate results

Dental Surgery can cause anxiety or fear within us, Fortunately, modern anesthesia technology now makes it possible to perform even complex surgeries in the dental office with little or no discomfort to the patient where the primary goal is to provide the patient with the most comfortable, safe, and convenient care possible.  
In cases involving dental surgery, local anesthesia that numbs the surgical area (Novacaine) is used either by itself or in combination with one or more of the following: nitrous oxide (sometimes called “laughing gas”) to relax you; oral pre-medication; intramuscular or intravenous “I.V.” sedation (also known as “twilight sleep” or “conscious sedation”) for relaxation.
An I.V. (conscious) sedation procedure, or ‘twilight sleep’, is not a general anesthetic that requires large doses of medications. In fact, in virtually all of the cases, patients have experienced no unpleasant awareness or memory of discomfort during their procedures.


Dental implants are artificial substitutes for the roots of a missing, natural tooth or teeth. They act as a secure anchor for artificial replacement teeth and eliminate the instability associated with surface adhesives and removable bridges. They may be used to support a single crown, a series of crowns, a removable partial denture, or a complete denture.
The placement of dental implants is a two-phase procedure. During the first phase, the implants are surgically placed into your jawbone. These small devices make-up the foundation needed to securely hold the replacement teeth. For the first three-to-six months following surgery, the
implants are beneath the surface of the gums, gradually bonding with the jawbone. Once the implants have bonded to the jawbone, the second phase begins where your dentist will attach small posts which will act as anchors for the replacement teeth. The posts protrude through the gum line onto which the replacement teeth will fit securely in the mouth, and withstand the day-to-day movement and pressure created by chewing and speaking.


Fixed Implant Supported Dental Hybrid Bridge was developed as a way to best restore the full arches of the upper and lower jaws.This technique provides our patients with a fixed non-removable dental arch that is secured by as little as four dental implants – all on the same day. This is the perfect option for patients who have or need dentures, or need complete restorations on the upper or lower teeth.
This procedure uses only four to six implants to secure all teeth in each arch where high quality full teeth restoration can be performed even when bone loss has occurred and bone grafting is not needed in most cases. In addition to that, All on X gives you a high chance to get your teeth immediately – we make sure our patients leave our office smiling- with a brand new set of replacement teeth!
The All on X procedure provides very minimal recovery time and reduces overall cost when compared to single implants in an arch.


Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last teeth to develop in the mouth — usually appearing behind the upper and lower second molars.When a wisdom tooth remains underneath the gum, or when it is blocked from erupting or coming into the mouth normally, it is termed “impacted”. Serious problems can develop from partially impacted teeth, such as pain, infection, and crowding of, or even damage to, adjacent teeth. For totally impacted teeth, more serious problems can occur if the sac that surrounds the impacted tooth fills with fluid and enlarges to form a cyst. This enlargement can hollow out the jaw and result in permanent damage to the adjacent teeth, jawbone, and nerves. If the cyst is not treated, a tumor may develop from the walls of the cyst and a more involved surgical procedure may be required for removal.
It is recommended to remove Wisdom teeth early because of the problems mentioned above. As a person grows older, it becomes more difficult to remove wisdom teeth and complications can become more frequent and severe thus, we may recommend the removal of wisdom teeth even if they are not yet causing obvious problems.
Whether you need to have one tooth or multiple teeth extracted, it can always be done in a safe and comfortable setting. Local anesthesia is used in all cases, but it can be supplemented with various levels of conscious sedation, ranging from nitrous oxide and oral pre-medication to I.V. sedation in the comfort of your own dental office setting.


Bone grafting is best done immediately after a tooth is taken out in preparation for proper healing and implant placement. It could be done as a socket preservation procedure in order to maintain as much bulk of bone as possible for optimal delayed implant placement, or if an implant is to be placed same day as the extraction, then bone graft will be added to fill the gaps between the implant and the patient’s own bone to insure adequate healing and proper future function.
Sinus lifts or Sinus augmentation is usually performed when a patient has insufficient bone in their upper jaw to support a dental implant. Most often patients must wait 4-9 months before they receive their implants. This gives the bone a chance to fuse in its new position. The exact waiting time will depend on the type of material used.
It is possible in some cases to place the implants as part of the sinus surgery – without any waiting period depending on how much native bone is available during the procedure.


During the dental crown lengthening procedure, excess gum and bone tissue is reshaped to expose more of the natural tooth. This can be done to one tooth, to even your gum line, or to several teeth to expose a natural and more cosmetic smile.
Your dentist may also recommend dental crown lengthening to make a restorative or cosmetic dental procedure possible. Perhaps your tooth is decayed, broken below the gum line, or has insufficient tooth structure for a restoration, such as a crown or bridge. Crown lengthening adjusts the gum and bone level to expose more of the tooth so it can be restored.

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