Karol – Full Mouth Reconstruction
Hello! My name is Karol Solomon, and I am a patient of Dr. Sonick. I’ve been a patient of his for what I would say is at least about 30 years or more, so I can speak with great authority about Dr. Sonick. I was involved, at the age of 46, in a terrible automobile accident where most of the teeth in my mouth were ripped out, as was some of the gum in my mouth. After I recuperated, they started dental work on me. They put in permanent bridges which were attached to my remaining teeth. Those lasted a number of years, and finally, they did fail because the remaining teeth were growing weak from the force of the other teeth. At that point, I didn’t know who to go to. I was desperate, and somebody highly, highly recommended Dr. Sonick. He replaced all the teeth that were missing with implants, and he did a remarkable job. My mouth was a very difficult case because of the damage that had been done by the accident, and that made his job even more difficult, but he never complained. He never said he couldn’t do it. Everyone thought he did a remarkable job. I really don’t remember, of course it’s been about 30 years, but I don’t really remember suffering any great deal with all this work he had done. They did call me the first night, and they checked on me, and they watched over me, and I healed. The teeth were wonderful. They worked. I have been his patient now for about 30 years. I come here for my cleanings as well because I trust them the most. It’s their teeth! I think they know what they’re doing. He checks me, of course. I would recommend Dr. Sonick most highly. I wouldn’t send you to anyone else, naturally. I have great, great confidence in him. If he tells me something, I believe him, and he’s always right. He seems to be right on the button! He hits it right on the head! It’s good when you have that kind of confidence in a medical professional. I don’t have that much confidence in all of my other doctors, but I really do with Sonick. I like him so much, as well as his personality. Just don’t tell him to sing! He can’t sing!