Put Technology To Good Your For Your Dental Health (video)

  • September 25, 2018

Going high-tech can make a difference in your oral health. We have invested in advanced technologies at Shorewood Family Dental Care because we care about you and your family. Digital X-rays, intraoral cameras, and cone beam imaging help us find problems, determine treatments, and help you understand what issues you may be facing. In the video below, Dr. Britly Barton explains some of the many ways

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Give Your Smile A Boost Before The Holidays (infographic)

  • September 17, 2018

We may just be approaching the start of fall, but that also makes this a good time to give your smile a boost. With teeth whitening or dental veneers, you could create a smile that you want to share in your family Christmas pictures and holiday gatherings with family, friends, and coworkers. You can get either of

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Find A Dentist Office Where You Want to Visit (video)

  • September 9, 2018

Angela had a history of bad dental experiences, which made her hesitant to get the oral care that she needed and deserved. Based on a referral from one of her co-workers, she decided to make an appointment at our Shorewood, IL dental office. From the video below, you’ll hear that she’s happy that she did. And we’re happy that she and her children enjoy visiting us

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Take Control of Your Teeth & Rebuild Your Smile

  • September 1, 2018

Life is full of ups and downs, but it’s reasonable that you wouldn’t feel like smiling every moment of every day. At the same time, your teeth should not be the reason you don’t want to smile. Over time, teeth can become worn down from daily use. They can become chipped or cracked if you bite down on the wrong thing. Teeth can break because of an

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Dental Care for Your Entire Family (video)

  • August 25, 2018

Being a family dentist office is important to us. It’s not just part of our name. We treat patients from 3 to 103, as Dr. Henry Vicioso says in the video below. We’ve been building relationships with patients of all ages in and around Shorewood, IL for decades. We have cared for multiple generations of the same families. Our team can help everyone from your children to

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Don’t Let Anxiety Ruin Your Smile

  • August 17, 2018

Take a deep breath. Try to relax. Try not to worry. You have a dental appointment. Thankfully, it’s at Shorewood Family Dental Care with a team of people who want you to be as comfortable as possible. Your physical and emotional well-being matter to us. If you have dental anxiety, you won’t be the first

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‘Everyone Is So Friendly’ (video)

  • August 9, 2018

Alli has been coming to us for her dental care since she was 3 years old, and as you’ll hear in the video below, she now recommends us to family and friends.  “I really just cant get enough of how nice the people are,” she says. That’s how we want you to feel about visiting our dental office, too. Our goal is to build lifelong relationships with our

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Are Your Family’s Smiles Ready for School? (infographic)

  • August 1, 2018

You may have already started shopping for back-to-school supplies. But backpacks, notebooks, paper, pencils, and pens are just the start of what you need to start the school year right. Your kids also need healthy mouths. Each year, students miss more than 51 million hours of class due to oral health problems, according to the American Dental Association. A recent

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Your Headaches Could Be Dental Related [VIDEO]

  • July 26, 2018

It may seem like an unlikely place to turn to for help with your painful headaches, but your Shorewood, IL dentist may be able to provide relief! That’s because sometimes, headaches are caused by some sort of dental problem such as an oral infection or teeth grinding. Hear Dr. Funk explain the possible underlying causes of headaches and how we

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Building Bridges, Rebuilding Smiles (infographic)

  • July 18, 2018

The right bridge can take you exactly where you want to be. A dental bridge can bring back something that you thought you lost. Losing teeth can affect you physically and emotionally. With a gap in your smile, you may not be able to eat the foods you used to eat. You also may not

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