Led by the personable Carl Henley, DDS, the staff at Center For Dentistry promotes healthy, beautiful smiles using the latest in preventive and cosmetic technology. Staffers evict plaque and tartar with cleanings, treat periodontal disease, and whiten teeth stained by coffee, red wine, and a steady diet of silt. Patients can while away appointments by watching TV or listening to relaxing music before bouncing back to the outside world armed with smile-ier smiles.
AV Dental spruces up Chicagoland smiles with its toothsome array of general and cosmetic dental services and in-house denture lab. An investigative exam first checks the chompers for mastication-threatening maladies such as gum disease, tooth decay, and oral cancer (a $94 value), while a cleaning removes tartar and moves plaque to the proverbial mantel, right next to spelling bee trophy (a $99 value). Diagnostic x-rays round out the visit, with expert eyes scrutinizing every area in search of decay, tumors, cysts, bone loss, and cane-carrying men sporting red- and white-striped attire (a $146 value).
Dr. Pope understands the general anxiety associated with dentistry, so he works closely with his patients to help them understand dental procedures and to make them comfortable. He honed his craft at the University of Illinois at Chicago and now draws on that knowledge while performing general, cosmetic, and surgical dental services. As a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, he also gives back by offering benefits to his fellow veterans. Besides employing the latest technology to foster pain-free treatments, he offers nitrous oxide sedation, which keeps patients in a conscious but deeply relaxed state.
A full service tanning salon with UV tanning, spray tanning, with redlight therapy sauna sessions, and site-specific body wraps that tighten, tone and firm, TanExpress Naperville helps transform and energize tired bodies through the catalyzing effect of far-infrared heat waves. By raising the temperature surrounding the body, sauna sessions help burn calories, spark metabolism, and sweat out toxins through the pores. TanExpress Naperville also darkens delicate skin tones with speedy and modern tanning services, available ? la carte or through monthly packages.
When not training for the Chicago Marathon, Drs. Neeta F. Bhushan and Bahareh Sabzehei draw upon their focused energy and resourcefulness to meet the cosmetic, dental, and orthodontic needs of visitors to Lisle Dental Center. Dr. Bhushan, along with being a published author and frequent student, holds a membership in the American Academy of Facial Esthetics and has received extensive training focused on teaching dentists the techniques of Botox injections. She and Dr. Sabzehei work in tandem to captain a staff that's fluent in Spanish as they educate clients on the necessary steps needed to maintain a healthy smile and smooth pie crust. To minimize patient stress, the doctors outfit each treatment room with personal flat-screen TVs and digital sound systems. Contemporary black furnishings pop against mint-green walls, which colorfully mirror the dental practice's green and paperless habits.
For more than three decades, Dr. Robert Weber has cared for both his patients’ smiles and the Wheaton community. Having raised two daughters himself, the Chicago-area native knows how important a smile can be for an adolescent's self-confidence, inspiring him to straighten teeth in a variety of personalized methods. Invisalign treatments tackle even the most complex cases with sets of clear, customized aligners, with a teen version suitable for their unique needs, and traditional braces range from the self-ligating SPEED System to Incognito braces worn discreetly behind the teeth. Dr. Weber and his staff—which includes his wife, Debbie—stay informed about the latest orthodontic technology by regularly attending continuing-education courses and seminars, and each year, the practice cosponsors an annual Fun Run to support District 200 schools, participates in an annual fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and awards its own scholarship to two high-school seniors.