Dr. Khan' Epic Periodontics & Implant Center can bring your smile back

  • Syed Ullah

    Syed Ullah

 
 
Updated 7/26/2021 8:55 AM

A large group gathered at the Epic Periodontics & Implant Center located at downtown Mount Prospect on Friday June 18th, 2021 to celebrate with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and look at the new amenities.

The facility was opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by Mt. Prospect Mayor Paul Hoefert. The ceremony was attended by many communities, including Mount Prospect & neighboring suburbs.

 

On Friday, July 16th, 2021 the facility had another open house and Epic Periodontics & Implant Center got an overhauling response from the Public. The team of Dr. Khan was excited to see so many residents come to the open House.

The open house was open to the public and included Community tours of the 2000-square-foot building.

Inside the new facility, there is a reception desk and well decorated visitor waiting room. There were four patient care rooms in the center of the building.

Dr. Saba Khan can bring your Smile Back with the help of a Dental Bridge for missing teeth. Dr. Khan aims to do dentistry differently by bringing innovation together with patient care to make sure your smile looks and feels its best.

Epic Periodontics & Implant Center offers a variety of services including preventive care, emergency care, crowns, filling, implant restoration, cosmetic dentistry and Invisalign.

Dr. Khan has unusual talents and aptitudes to perform Dental Bridge for missing teeth.

Dr. Khan received her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from the University of Detroit Mercy, School of Dentistry, and completed a three-year post-graduate residency program in Periodontics & Implant Dentistry at Indiana University School of Dentistry in 2005. She has obtained the highest recognition for a specialist in the field of Periodontology by becoming a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology & Dental Implants, a distinction held by less than one-third of practicing Periodontists. She is also a published author in several peer reviewed journals including the Journal of Periodontology.

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