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Caring for Your Teeth and Mouth – Burr Ridge and South Holland IL

By |2021-11-04T15:47:45-06:00November 4th, 2021|Adult Dentistry, advanced dentistry, Bad Breath, Burr Ridge, Burr Ridge Dentist, chronic conditions, South Holland, South Holland Dentist, Uncategorized|

Caring for Your Teeth and Mouth Caring for your teeth and mouth are one and the same for optimum oral health. Keeping care simple but keeping it steady guarantees having optimum health for your teeth and mouth for life! Basic Care for Teeth and Mouth It’s never too late to begin dedicated basic care [...]

Molis Dental in South Holland Leads the Pack!

By |2021-08-04T14:56:14-06:00August 4th, 2021|Adult Dentistry, advanced dentistry, Invisalign, Oral Hygiene, South Holland, South Holland Dentist, Uncategorized|

When you need the best in dental care, look no further than Molis Dental!  This practice redefines compassionate care by using state-of-the art technology to give you a great outcome and a healthy smile. Dr. Ryan Molis opened Molis Dental II in South Holland, IL in 2011 at 16240 Louis Ave. South Holland, IL [...]

Patient Focused Care

By |2021-02-01T21:10:35-06:00February 1st, 2021|Adult Dentistry, advanced dentistry, Burr Ridge, Burr Ridge Dentist, South Holland, South Holland Dentist, Uncategorized|

Patient-centered Dentistry – the Molis Dental Difference Exceptional dentistry is when the dental practice is part of the community for 30 years and advances its knowledge consistently for the benefit of its patients.  Such exceptional dentistry is Molis Dental. Why Molis Dental Molis Dental serving Burr Ridge and South Holland was built to [...]

Sinus Headache or Tooth Infection?

By |2020-11-02T12:05:20-06:00November 2nd, 2020|advanced dentistry, Burr Ridge, chronic conditions, Oral Hygiene, Uncategorized|

How Teeth Can Affect Your Sinuses Have you ever experienced a sinus infection that, after subsiding, leaves your teeth aching? Tooth infection is known to cause 10% of all sinus infections. The location of the first maxillary molar to the maxillary sinus is usually one of the major causes of sinus infection resulting [...]

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