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Glenwood Dental Care is a highly rated comprehensive dentistry practice in Glendale Heights, Illinois. Patients from Glen Ellyn, Carol Stream, Lombard, Bloomingdale, and surrounding areas count on the experienced dental team at Glenwood Dental Care for urgent dental care, crowns, dental implants, teeth whitening, and much more.

The expertly trained team at Glenwood Dental Care works hard to provide patients ages 5 and up with the very best care using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. Whether it’s routine dental care, urgent care, or pediatric dentistry, the Glenwood Dental Care team works together to support optimal dental health for all patients.

At Glenwood Dental Care, the goal is to deliver affordable dental care in a convenient way. Financing options are available, and the convenient hours can work with anyone’s schedule. The warm and welcoming environment at Glenwood Dental Care soothes the nerves and helps patients feel at home.

Use the online appointment tool or call the Glenwood Dental Care office to schedule a visit today.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Very professional and friendly atmosphere very in tune with patients. try to keep you relaxed."
    Donna W.
  • "Service was great and very friendly. I will recommend glenwood dental to my friends, the service was great. Thank you!"
    Rolando V.
  • "My experience at Glenwood Dental, as always, was excellent! Beginning the moment I walk into the office I felt comfortable due to the friendly and courteous greeting. Dr. M, Lali, and Maria are great! (I do miss Jennie) It feels kind of weird to say, but I actually enjoy going to the dentist, and it is because of people treating me and the results I have gotten. Thank You Glenwood Dental!"
    Tim A.
  • "No one ever likes going to the dentist but this team makes you feel welcomed and comfortable throughout the process from a simple cleaning to implants, I highly recommend Glenwood dental if your looking for someone to help you care for your teeth."
    Bruce J.
  • "I was nervous when I came to have cavity filled! The Assistant was super nice & took time to listen. Good job on X-rays! I met Dr. Pang & she said you have 5 cavities & showed me them & explained each one thoroughly. I immediately felt at ease! She is pleasant..caring & has a sweet attitude!? Thank you all for making me feel welcome! I’ll be back for more fillings?"
    Coleen T.
  • "Friendly and informative staff make your visit pleasant. The Dr. gives you a comprehensive plan to ensure you are happy with the results you are looking for. Clean, Bright and accessible hours to meet your demanding schedule."
    Charles A.
  • "Quick and mostly painless"
    Brian C.
  • "Was a comfortable visit as usual even though there was a little uncomfortable needed work being done. Very friendly and caring office."
    Kathy V.
  • "This is a great practice. I needed a lot of work an they were willing to work with me on payment options. All of the staff is very friendly and helpful. Plus they made sure my son was comfortable and explained to him everything they were doing."
    Kimberly G.
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  • Orthodontic Retention

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