Serving the Chicago Western Suburban communities - from Naperville to Plainfield, Downers Grove to Aurora, Bolingbrook to Oswego.
In our relaxed, modern environment our goal is to make your dental experience comfortable and stress-free. Our advanced technology and materials are combined with expert clinical skills and artistic talent to provide you with a healthy smile that will last a lifetime. Utilizing digital x-rays to pain free methods we help patients receive the highest level of dental care with the best results.
We partner with our patients for long-term oral health and function. To help achieve this, we practice one-on-one personal attention. We take the time to get to know our patients, fully explain treatments, quality of results, and address any specific concerns, needs and desires. We work to achieve the goals that we and the patient have determined together as a team.
Dr. Chris Hudetz and Dr. Pat Hudetz truly care about the health and well-being of all their patients. You'll receive personalized care and individual attention with a treatment plan designed for your unique goals and needs, using only the most effective and highest quality materials.
Our friendly staff wants your dental experience to be as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. We're always available to answer any questions you may have about you or your family's dental health.
Whether you need a general checkup and cleaning or are interested in the many cosmetic and implant treatment options we offer, English Rows Dental Group is your best option to care for the health and beauty of your smile.
A good dental care routine consists of a few tried and true steps: brushing at least twice a day, flossing after meals, and avoiding excess sugar. Another advantage in winning the fight against tooth decay is chewing gum. Research has shown that chewing sugar-free gum for at least 20 minutes after a meal can help […]
Evidence shows that older Americans are at risk for greater oral health problems than other groups because of age and the inability to get to a dentist’s office due to an existing medical condition or lack of transportation. …read more Source: Factoid of the Week