Andersonville Dental

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Andersonville Dental
Andersonville Dental is listed in the Dentists category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Andersonville Dental which include a Facebook page, a Foursquare page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Andersonville Dental on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Andersonville Dental is:
1700 W Foster Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 334-4200
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Happy Birthday to our own Dr. Ossama Azzam!!!

No-Drill Dentistry: Fluoride Treatments Can Prevent Cavities In Adults
If the whir of a drill as it bores into a molar terrifies you, we have some good news. Dentists have better ways to prevent cavities in adults with fluoride treatments most commonly used on kids.


Fluoride Treatments Can Prevent Cavities In Adults n.pr/1Lmxofu


Chewing sugar-free gum does more than just improve oral health... bit.ly/225gO7A

Chewing sugar-free gum does more than just improve oral health...
A 2015 study published in PLoS ONE found that chewing sugar-free gum for 10 minutes could remove up to 100 million bacteria from the mouth. Researchers hope to develop a gum that specifically targets pathogenic bacteria.

1st Family Dental shared 1st Family Dental of Burr Ridge's photo.
This is Christopher Schei - he had his FIRST visit yesterday with our team at 1st Family Dental of Burr Ridge!! Thanks for coming by! :)
🚨NEW PATIENT ALERT!!🚨 Thank you Christopher Schei for stopping in for your first visit with our team at 1st Family Dental of Burr Ridge! Looking sharp! 😃 If you're looking for a clean start - give us a call! (630) 323-9550


Using straws can actually help reduce the damage caused by sugary drinks. https://t.co/0XfsnHD9NW

Using straws can actually help reduce the damage caused by sugary drinks. Either way, enjoy sugary treats responsibly.


A little dental humor to break up the week! https://t.co/Pc4JzsCJGH


RT @Jennyinthecity: Perfect checkup & cleaning at @1stfd! Seriously the best staff ever. I wouldn't trust these pearly whites with just an…