Dentist Brian Homann DDS has a bright future in Elk Grove Village
Join Dr. Brian Homann, DDS as he unveils the grand opening of his new office in Elk Grove Village and find out what sets him apart from other dentists.
Elk Grove Village, IL (PRUnderground) September 15th, 2014
Family dentist Brian Homann is set to open his office in Elk Grove Village on September 15th. Elk Grove’s mayor, Craig Johnson, will preside over the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Dr. Homann’s dedication to giving back to the Chicagoland area makes him a valuable asset to Elk Grove Village. As a graduate of the UIC College of Dentistry, he decided to return to become an instructor. He mentors students as they provide care for less fortunate patients. Homann has also been recognized by the Chicago Dental Society with the 2014 Vision Award for his work with the homeless.
Homann’s practice will offer a wide variety of services that go beyond preventive care. Professional whitening, veneers, anti-snoring devices and Invisalign braces are just a sample of the full list.
“Going to the dentist should be a comfortable experience. Our team treats all of our patients with the same quality and care we would provide to our own family members,” said Homann.
The new office is located at 8 East Devon Ave., Elk Grove Village, IL 60007.
Request an appointment online at elkgrovevillageildentist.com or call the office at 847-439-9440.
About Brian Homann, D.D.S.
Dr. Homann graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in physics and continued his education in dentistry, graduating from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry. Dr. Homann opened a dental office in Elk Grove Village. His dental practice offers family and cosmetic dentistry to Chicago area residents.
The Chicago Dental Society recognized Dr. Homann’s volunteer work as a dentist for Chicago’s underserved population by presenting him with the 2014 Vision Award. His professional memberships include the American Dental Association, the Illinois Dental Association, the Chicago Dental Society, and the Omicron Kappa Upsilon – National Dental Honors Society.