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  • The best way to avoid dental problems such as gum disease and decay is preventive dentistry. In fact, it’s the foundation for lifelong oral health! Preventive care includes at-home oral hygiene in the form of twice-daily brushing and daily flossing, as well as regular checkups with your dentist. At...
  • At Grove Dental, we know patients with special health care needs require specialized dental care that is as unique as they are. Our pediatric dentists and specialists have advanced training and experience to help your loved one feel comfortable while we provide dental treatment tailored to their...
  • Congratulations to Dr. Kevin Moss for being featured in the March issue of West Suburban Living Magazine. Dr. Moss is the expert dentist discussing the latest dental advancements for cosmetic dentistry. Click here to read the full article.
  • Parents have a lot of questions when it comes to caring for their baby, and rightfully so. One commonly asked question is, “When should we take our baby to see the dentist?” We’re here to tell you that it’s probably sooner than you think. In fact, the importance of early dental care for babies...
  • A sensitive tooth can be a real pain. Also called dentin hypersensitivity, sensitive tooth pain is most commonly experienced when eating or drinking something cold, hot, acidic or sweet. Some people also notice discomfort when brushing and flossing or even breathing cold air outdoors. The pain is...
  • Grove Dental Associates is proud to celebrate 50 years of creating beautiful, healthy smiles in the community. Grove Dental was founded in 1968 by Drs. Hurdle, Jourgensen, and Mitchell. Their original small dental practice was located in the Green Knolls Shopping Center at 63rd and Main Street in...
  • When it comes to emergency dental care, many people wonder if their condition is severe enough to warrant an urgent trip to their dentist. We are here to tell you that it is crucial that you take dental problems seriously. Untreated dental issues can have a significant impact on your overall health...
  • Have you recently broken a tooth? If so, you may have found yourself visiting your Chicago-area dentist for restorative treatment. Whether you slipped on ice and cracked a tooth or had multiple teeth extracted due to infection, dental restorations such as dentures, dental implants, crowns and...
  • February is National Dental Health Month and Grove Dental is providing tips and brushing techniques for a happy, healthy mouth. Remember to maintain optimal oral health, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends regular dental visits. Don’t forget to schedule your six-month dental exam. Call...
  • Diabetes is a serious chronic disease that affects the body’s ability to properly control the amount of sugar in the blood. The resulting high blood sugar levels can cause a number of health issues with the eyes, nerves, kidneys, heart, limbs — and even your oral health! What’s the connection...