Dr. Gromov is a  2014 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Perio-Prosthesis Program. He has been in private practice for more than 10 years before the residency program in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Gromov has over 20 years of Clinical Dental experience and he has a passion for making beautiful smiles.

Holding both degrees in Periodontics and Fixed Prosthodontics allows Dr. Gromov to bring the expectations of patients and restorative colleagues to a new level of interdisciplinary approach and highly predictable esthetic clinical results.

Dr. Gromov is an expert in full dental arch smile makeovers and mastered many techniques tailored to the needs of a each patient, including many factors and nuances. His expertise includes All-On-4, All-On-X, and artificial-pink-free zirconia bridges on dental implants. He prides his work by how natural his final product looks on his patients.

Dr. Gromov lectures on topics related to Interdisciplinary approach, Dental Implantology and Esthetics both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Gromov is a co-author of “The Sinus Bone Graft” book, Quintessence Publishing, 2019.


See your future smile with DSD

Digital smile design leverages the latest advancements in dental technology to identify the best treatment plan based on the needs and desires of each patient. Imaging is used to consider the size, placement, and shape of the teeth, as well as facial aesthetics and more.

A model or mock-up of your mouth is created, helping you see what your smile might look like when the treatments are complete. This model allows you to adjust the treatment plan as needed, ensuring the result is just as you desire.

Q What is going to happen on my first visit?

On your first visit to our office, you will receive a periodontal examination. You should experience little, if any, discomfort during this examination. If necessary, x-rays will be taken to further evaluate any loss of bone around your teeth.
Afterwards, our findings and your options for treatment will be thoroughly explained. At that time, the doctor will answer any questions you may have.
Our goal is that you leave with a complete understanding of your condition and the treatment needed to restore you to optimum oral health.

Q How much will treatment cost and will my insurance cover it?

Everyone deserves to keep their natural teeth for a lifetime. While periodontal treatment is not as costly as replacing natural teeth due to tooth loss, its cost can vary greatly depending upon your needs.
If you have dental insurance, this may provide full or partial coverage. Our office will contact your insurance company to learn what they will cover. We participate with many major PPO providers and offer same as cash financing, such as Care Credit, Unicorn and City Bank.
We feel that finances should never be an obstacle to treatment. For your convenience, we offer several payment options. We also have payment plans to suit your individual needs. Our office manager will be happy to answer any of your financial or insurance questions.

Q What are the medical consequences if I delay treatment?

When periodontal infection gets into the bone around your teeth, it can then enter your blood stream. From there it travels to other parts of the body and can contribute to medical problems.
Recent research has found that patients with periodontal disease are more than twice as likely to suffer heart disease and stroke. 

Q Why must I start treatment right away?

Periodontal infection grows in “bursts of activity.”
It is likely that you have been referred to us because your general dentist has noticed an increase in infection activity. This infection eats away at the bone that supports your teeth (leading to tooth loss). If not treated, there can be a number of consequences. 

Q Do you use the latest equipment and techniques?

We keep ourselves up to date regarding equipment and periodontal procedures. You can be certain you will receive state-of-the-art care in our office.
Regarding sterilization, we believe that all procedures should be safe as well as comfortable. We use only the latest sterilization techniques. For more information on treatment techniques and sterilization, see our New Patients page.

Q How is my general dentist important in my overall care?

Your general dentist knows your entire dental history, the condition of your teeth, and your future dental needs. He is in charge of your overall dental care. We work closely with him or her to ensure you receive the best possible dental care.
In many cases, your general dentist may do your preliminary periodontal treatment and a portion of your periodontal maintenance.

Q What are dental implants?

Implants are natural looking replacements for missing teeth. The implant itself is a post that attaches to your jawbone. This post provides an anchor for your general dentist to place crowns, bridges or other restorations. 
We are experts in the placement of dental implant posts. Dental implants begin with an evaluation by your general dentist who will decide if you are a good candidate for this procedure. 
For more detailed information, see Single Dental Implants, Multiple Dental Implants, and Zirconia Dental Implants

Q Do implants work as well as natural teeth?

Dental implants function much better than removable teeth, (e.g. partials or dentures). Patients often comment that dental implants are so natural in appearance and function that it is like having their natural teeth back. Today’s advancements make implants function within 90% of the efficiency of natural teeth in terms of both bite and feel.

Q How much do dental implants cost?

The cost of implants varies from patient to patient, depending on the complexity of each case. As a general rule, however, the investment is comparable to that of fixed bridgework.

Q How soon is it possible to eat after receiving dental implants?

As soon as the final restoration has been placed, you can resume normal eating again. A strict soft diet is necessary between placing the implant and placing the final restoration since stress prior to the final cementing of the restorative tooth could cause the implant to be weakened and fail.

Q What is periodontal disease?

Periodontal disease (also known as periodontal infection, gum disease or pyorrhea) is an ongoing infection in the gums around your teeth. The cause of periodontal disease is infectious bacteria that gets deep into your gums and causes tissue inflammation. 
This infection starts destroying the bone that supports your teeth. If left untreated, it can lead to tooth loss.

Q What are the symptoms of periodontal infection?

Because periodontal infection grows under your gums, you can have no symptoms at all. Patients with more advanced periodontal disease may experience some of the following symptoms:
Red, swollen or tender gums
Tooth sensitivity to heat/cold
Bad breath
Deep pockets around the teeth
Spaces between the teeth
Loose or shifting teeth
Missing teeth
Gums receding around the teeth (longer looking teeth)

Q Why, all of a sudden, is my dentist sending me to a periodontist?

Periodontists have advanced training in the treatment of periodontal disease and the placement of dental implants.
Patients with periodontal infection have a lowered resistance to periodontal bacteria. This causes a continuing gum infection that can grow in bursts of activity. Some factors that can cause a dramatic increase in the severity of your periodontal disease are:
Poor oral hygiene
Dental plaque
Genetic factors
Two other important factors are:
Lack of regular dental checkups
Lack of regular dental cleanings
When your infection has a “burst” of growth, or when there are signs that this may occur, your dentist may recommend periodontal treatment.

Q How is periodontal disease treated?

Periodontal disease is an infection in the gums and jawbone. The goal of treatment is to remove this infection and prevent it from coming back. The specific treatment required to do this will vary with each patients’ individual needs. After your initial examination, we will completely explain your different options for treatment.

Q Does periodontal treatment hurt?

One of our primary concerns is that you have a comfortable experience during treatment. Towards this end, we offer an extensive array of the latest techniques to minimize discomfort. Many of our patients are amazed at how little discomfort they experience.
For more information, see Patient Comfort.

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An Overall Amazing Doctor

5.0/ 5

Dr. Gromov is an overall well-rounded doctor. He is one of the best in the business. I felt very comfortable with his team and they made the procedure go by quick. The level of service and care that his team provided put me at ease almost instantly. From the moment I arrived in his office I was treated with the utmost respect. I had two implants done by him and I am so happy with the results. My procedure was done with no pain due to Dr. Gromov’s impeccable talent. He also responds to my calls to the office almost immediately.

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Dr. Gromov is BRILLIANT! The best in Chicago.

5.0/ 5

Doctor Gromov performed my gum graft surgery in 2019 and I am writing this review 9 months later. I did not know anything about gum recession and was very scared while experiencing it. Dr. Gromov answered all of my questions and I was able to schedule my surgery quickly with his office staff. His assistant was friendly and both of them were patient and upbeat during the procedure. They made me feel comfortable the entire time! This process in not a quick fix. It took many months of healing. After all this time, I am still having zero complications or sensitivity. I am very happy with my results. If I ever experience gum recession again, I will see no one else but Dr. Gromov.

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