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Welcome to Advanced Dentistry.

About Us

Teeth Whitening

Teeth discoloration happens often, and some of the common causes involve drinking wine or coffee, smoking, and/or eating hard candy. While there are several home remedies available, many are not effective or take a long time to show results. We offer great teeth whitening services that are safe and whiten your smile in as little as one session.


Braces can be used to effectively correct misalignment and crowded teeth. Braces have been a common solution that have proven effective and is still used today. However, there are several more options now that our dentist can suggest on the day of your appointment.


At Advanced Dentistry, we can treat you with Invisalign clear aligners. Invisalign is a new alternative for traditional braces to align your teeth. These aligners will give you the same results as conventional braces but provide you with a better look as they are practically invisible.

Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible and are customized to fit your teeth. They are engineered to provide the right amount of pressure to align your teeth accordingly and the convenience of being detachable. Our dentist will arrange a customized treatment plan when you choose Invisalign and will give you instructions on how to proceed at home.

Zoom In-Office Teeth Whitening

Zoom in-office teeth whitening is known to remove teeth discoloration and lighten your teeth up to eight shades. The patented whitening gel is applied to your teeth in conjunction with blue light in order to maximize the results. When the procedure is over, our dentist will provide tips on how to preserve your teeth pearly-white and prevent future stains.


Dental crowns are a treatment that is used when large cavities threaten the overall health of a tooth. Crowns are placed by our dentist and completely cap or encircle a tooth or dental implant. They are typically bonded to the tooth using a dental cement.


An abscess is an infection that involves pockets of puss that can result from an untreated cavity, injury, or old dental work. The common signs of abscess include swollen gums and jaw aches. Our dentist can discuss treatment options available for this condition.

Emergency Dental Care

Advanced Dentistry aims to provide you full care and support in times of dental emergencies. If you require emergency dental care, contact us for more information regarding this service. We provide the emergency dental care that you need and deserve at Advanced Dentistry. 

If you are in Schaumburg, Illinois and you are looking for a dentist nearby, then feel free to visit us at Advanced Dentistry in 140 S. Roselle Rd,  or you can contact us at: 847-895-8565  if you want to schedule an appointment with our dentist. We will be glad to provide any information you need.