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12/04/2014
By: Patty H.
Orland Park Family Dental
Fantastic service with a smile!! I'll definatly be referring my family and friends to Dr.Shurilla!
07/06/2013
By: jeffandrews242
Donald Cleland DDS
This office was genuinely concerned about my experience and my well being! I am continuing my business with this office! Thank you guys for the great experience!
06/26/2013
By: scotwolff233
Donald Cleland DDS
Excellent friendly staff,pain free,The first time I enjoyed going to the dentist and look forward to going back.
05/31/2013
By: emeryquincy155
Smiles Of Orland Park
During my visit everything was explained in great detail. All of the staff were friendly. My front teeth were fixed and I am very, very happy with the results.
05/26/2013
By: dwightwhitlock29
Donald Cleland DDS
Excellent service and ability to work with schedules. Greatly appreciated all that you are doing to keep my teeth healthy.
05/02/2013
By: kristicarter456
Donald Cleland DDS
They were professional. They knew how to talk to me about what would happen. Good experience.
04/11/2013
By: rickymaggard357
Smiles Of Orland Park
I always have a GREAT and wonderful experience at Smiles of Orland Park. The staff is fast and friendly.
04/04/2013
By: abramwashington37
Donald Cleland DDS
Everyone was courteous & professional especially Dr. Cleland. I would recommend all my families and friends here.
10/04/2012
By: mary.genz.7
Dr. Douglas R. Prince
Dr. Prince is amazing! He and his staff are friendly, efficient, patient and very knowledgeable. They have 4 locations and very flexible hours so they can always work around my schedule.I had braces for 3 years as a teenager and since my jaw wasn't done growing, by the time I was in my early twenties I was suffering from jaw pain, receding gums and extreme tooth sensitivity. My dentist told me my teeth were hitting each other incorrectly and basically destroying themselves. She said braces were the only thing that would work, Invisalign would not be able to fix my mouth and if I did nothing, I had a long life of crowns and other major dental work ahead of me. I went to two Orthodontists before finding Dr. Prince. I was told that not only would I need braces for at least 2 years, I would also need to have a tooth pulled to make room for my teeth to move or jaw surgery. Both ortho's said this could not be fixed with Invisalign since these trays only move your teeth.I then found Dr. Prince who is an Elite Preferred Provider of Invisalign (basically the best of the best and a very difficult title to obtain). I am only 4 months into my Invisalign treatment and my jaw pain is already gone. Dr. Prince has figured out how to make Invisalign work like braces to move my jaw but without the wires or pain. I go in every 6 weeks for about a 20 minute check up and sometimes a quick procedure to file a little off my teeth to create more room.I am very pleased with my trays, Dr. Prince and his staff. I can't wait for the final result and am so grateful to have found a doctor who has mastered Invisalign and is fixing my smile without braces.
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