With a philosophy of "treating friends, not teeth," our caring staff will always approach you and your child as a person, not just a patient, and the result is peace of mind.
While Dr. Margolis has been adding that element of fun to pediatric dentistry years, that's not all he does. He teaches pediatric and laser dentistry at Loyola University and the University of Illinois. He's written many professional and lay publications, including the book, "Beautiful Smiles for Special People," a guide for dental professionals on how to treat disabled children and adults. He is co-author of a textbook: "Pediatric Laser Dentistry: A User's Guide." He is a member of many professional organizations, including the Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, has been President of the Illinois Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped, been staff dentist for Glenkirk Foundation and is the co-Chairman of the Chicago Special Olympics/Special Smiles program. Dr. Margolis is on the medical-dental staff at Northwest Community and Loyola University Hospitals.