Welcome to Parker Dental–Your Lemont, IL Dentist!

At Parker Dental we are excited to serve the Lemont, IL area, providing affordable, expert dental services to both adults and children. We understand that choosing a dentist in Lemont, Illinois is an important decision for your family. Allow our efficient and attentive staff to care for your family’s individual dental needs in our relaxed, stress-free office.

Our team of dental professionals is trained in the latest techniques to allow us to offer a wide range of preventative and restorative services in our state-of-the-art facility, including:

It is our goal at Parker Dental to provide your family with exceptional dental care while ensuring your comfort and satisfaction.

Feel free to browse our website to get to know us and learn more about our friendly staff and comprehensive services at Parker Dental. We hope to be your go-to dentist in Lemont, IL.

1. Preventive

Staying healthy and preventing dental problems before they begin is ideal. At Parker Dental, this is our goal. Informing and teaching our patients how to properly care for, and maintain, their oral health is what we do. Our care and concern for our patients is exemplified by our listening to your concerns, performing a thorough assessment, answering all of your … Continued

2. Cosmetic

Today, cosmetic dentistry is more popular than ever, from whitening and shaping to closing spaces and replacing teeth. At Parker Dental, we offer a wide array of cosmetic services and techniques designed to improve the look of your smile. Click to learn more … Continued

3. Restorative

At Parker Dental, we have friendly and knowledgeable team that can get you back on the right track with restorative dental services. We use the latest in dental technology to offer our patients tooth-colored fillings, crowns & bridges, … Continued

4. Implants

Dental implants are the only permanent solution available to replace a missing teeth. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve lost a tooth due to decay, trauma or overcrowding, it’s important to visit your dentist immediately. Because teeth support each other, it only takes one missing tooth to cause the surrounding teeth to shift. When this happens, chewing often becomes … Continued