Comprehensive, Compassionate Oral Surgery
Welcome to Millennium Park Oral Surgery. I became a dentist in 1978 and an oral surgeon in 1981. As a child, I had the greatest respect and admiration for healthcare professionals who devoted years of study to the caring and wellbeing of people. These healthcare providers went into their profession with compassion and love – just as I do today. Our commitment is to provide the best patient experience possible. We demonstrate concern and sympathize with our patients and their families.
My staff and I help patients from all neighborhoods in Chicago. We center our excellence in the treatment of oral and maxillofacial disorders for adult and pediatric patients alike. From basic wisdom teeth removal, implants, biopsies, bone and soft tissue grafting and infections to facial and jaw reconstruction, we treat you with respect in a warm and kindhearted environment – without the fears and apprehension patients might have when visiting an oral surgeon. We look forward to caring for you like a member of our family!
Dr. Lawrence Zager and Staff
Dr. Zager and his staff kindly walked me through each step, gave me an estimate for the cost, and stuck to that original estimate. He reviewed my x-rays with me, answered my questions, and I never felt rushed.
Our oral surgery practice is composed of highly trained, experienced, and compassionate individuals who are committed to providing you with the highest standards of care possible. Your wellbeing and comfort are our first priority. We are pleased that you have considered us for your oral surgery and/ or maxillofacial surgical needs.
Along with dental implants and advanced implant procedures, Dr. Zager practices the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery and has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education seminars. He is a member of Spear Faculty club, an interdisciplinary study group working together to improve dental healthcare.
As an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Zager manages a wide variety of problems relating to the mouth, teeth, and facial regions. Our staff is trained in assisting with Intravenous (IV) sedation or outpatient general anesthesia in our state-of-the-art office setting. Patients are continuously monitored during and after surgery.
Dr. Zager uses modern computer techniques and three-dimensional models to show you exactly how your surgery will be approached. The iCAT® Cone Beam is a powerful clinical tool for creating high-definition, low-radiation x-rays to optimize treatment planning and success. We can even give you an idea of how you'll look after surgery.
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