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Dr. Preetinder Sandhu, DDS is a dentistry practitioner in Crystal Lake, IL and has been practicing for 7 years. She graduated from Columbia University / College Of Dental Medicine in 2011 and practices dentistry, orthodontics, and more.Read her story
This content was provided by Dr. Sandhu "Skilled and compassionate Crystal Lake general and family dentist Dr. Preetinder ("Preet") Sandhu grew up in Punjab, India. She is thrilled to be building her practice where she calls home alongside her neighbors in Crystal Lake! Dr. Sandhu's credentials include: Advanced Dentistry Training, LVI Global Advanced Education in General Dentistry, Columbia University, New York City Bachelor of Dental Science, GND Dental College, Punjab, Indian Fellow, International Dental Implant Association She has additional advanced dentistry training in dental implant placement, Invisalign® treatment, and sleep apnea treatment. Dr. Sandhu's professional affiliations include memberships in the: American Dental Association American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry International Association of Physiological Aesthetics Chicago Dental Society Illinois State Dental Society When Dr. Sandhu is not pursuing her life's work of improving her patients' oral health, she enjoys gardening, cooking, staying fit, and keeping pace with her two children."
This content was provided by Dr. Sandhu "Patients come first at Crystal Family Dental Care. That's why our Crystal Lake dentist is pleased to accept all forms of insurance. Dr. Sandhu also provides a significant discount to patients who prefer to pay for their services out-of-pocket.
Our dentist's goal for each patient is the same: Promote and maintain optimal health for your teeth, gums and jaw, and avoid the very serious systemic health problems that are associated with gum disease."