Rays of sunlight flit over the colorful tiles that decorate Old Orchard Dental Group's modern walls confining the office's inviting and tranquil atmosphere. Inside, a board-certified group of specialists make use of audio-visual presentations to educate their patients about their treatments. Using high-end restorative dental materials, the specialists use minimally-invasive technology to perform an array of services, ranging from cosmetic upgrades such as veneers and teeth whitening, to traditional dentistry practices as implementing crowns and dentures.
Dr. Fedin, a Northwestern University Dental School grad, and his team of smile curators help keep mouths in working order. Dr. Fedin's successful execution of more than 2,000 implant procedures ensures masterful restorative work, with visits made short by a ceramicist who speedily crafts custom bondings, crowns, and Hummel figurines in the in-house lab. The staff's focus on relaxation dentistry eases nagging anxieties, and their courtesy car service delivers patients woozy from medication safely to their doorsteps.
Northwestern-trained dentist Dr. Jonathan Yahav specializes in a patient-focused style of general and cosmetic dentistry that minimizes discomfort during procedures, enlisting the help of a professional anesthesiologist when necessary. At the three Chicago Smile Center locations, including one in the John Hancock Center downtown, patients receive all manner of dental enhancement and maintenance with the benefit of Dr. Yahav's 20 years of dentistry experience. Additionally, the dentist maintains his chops with esteemed membership in professional associations including the Chicago Dental Society, the American Dental Association, and the National Academy of Tooth Fairies.
The Morton Grove Park District plays host to whole families with community-focused childcare, summer camps, fitness classes, and recreational programs. Preschool classes teach kids that classrooms are more than just growth chambers that middle schoolers walk into before emerging as bearded adults. Adults can stay fit with athletic programs or laps around the park's multiple pools. As visitors leave dance classes or wrap themselves in tinfoil to better reflect sunlight into the eyes of passing cyclists, they can take notice of the eco-friendly lighting of the Prairie View Community Center.