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11315 W. 143 Rd
Orland Park, IL 60467
WORTH , IL 60482

Quality Dentistry in Orland Park and Worth, IL

We know how important it is to pick the right dental clinic to help you obtain a healthy and beautiful smile. At Orland Advanced Dentistry, Dr. Sawsan Asfour and her staff offer a wide range of services and are dedicated to excellence in general, family, and cosmetic dentistry. Our team of dentists and specialists treat all ages with various offerings personalized to your unique needs.

We have a commitment to providing you with well-rounded dental care and are proud to have two offices to serve our patients in Orland Park and Worth. For your convenience, we speak English, Polish, and Arabic. Learn more about how we can help you achieve your smile goals by calling our office today!

Dental Care to Match Your Needs

Our highly-trained team will give you the attention you need to meet your oral health and cosmetic goals. We pride ourselves on listening to your concerns and providing an honest evaluation of your dental condition. This approach allows you to make more informed decisions about your smile and receive the necessary care.

Whether you are looking for basic dentistry or more complex oral restorations, our team can help. Some of the services our dental offices offer include:

We do our best to provide treatment options that fit any lifestyle and will work with you to create a personalized care plan. Our doctors are enthusiastic about continuing education with the newest technology and techniques to provide a better experience for you. We are also skilled in managing dental pain to maximize your comfort during your visit.

Comprehensive Service from Our Skilled Team

We want you to feel confident that you are receiving the best dental care available. We have multiple general dentists available for your foundational and cosmetic dentistry needs. Our practice also has several specialists on staff, including oral surgeons and an orthodontist, so all of your services are available under one roof without needing to be referred to an outside specialist.

You can trust and feel safe with the knowledge that our team of dentists and specialists have direct communication to ensure we are meeting your needs. With our expertise ranging from basic dentistry to more complex procedures, you will receive comprehensive services from a trusted team to help you reach your smile goals.

Your Dentist in Orland Park and Worth

For expert dental care that puts you first, look no further than Orland Advanced Dentistry. The moment you step into our office, we will do everything to help you achieve a smile that looks and feels great. We have two offices available for our patients. Our Orland Park location is on W 143rd St., and our Worth location is on S Harlem Ave. To get the quality dentistry you deserve, contact our dental office nearest you today!



Orland Advanced Dentistry - Orland Park
11315 W. 143 Rd
Orland Park, IL 60467
Phone: 708-364-0900

Orland Advanced Dentistry - Worth
10607 S. Harlem Ave #2
Worth, IL 60482
Phone: 708-361-0900
FAX: 708-361-0909

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