Welcome to Atrium Dental Care

Dentist Addison, IL

Welcome to Atrium Dental Care, the office of Dr. Ronald Mijewski. We have been located in Addison, IL for over 20 years and we pride ourselves in being known as the “hometown dentist”. As the neighborhood dentist in Addison, we believe in establishing a relationship built on mutual trust and respect with all of our patients. We want you and your family to feel comfortable when visiting our office and feel free to ask our team any questions you may have as we feel it is important that you are well informed about all of your dental options.

We accept new patients and we offer a variety of dental solutions to help you and your family enjoy a healthy and beautiful smile. We provide General, Cosmetic and Restorative dental care for you and your entire family. Visit our Services page to view a complete list of the dental solutions we offer. Our dentist in Addison, Dr. Ronald Mijewski is very talented and skilled in the field of dentistry and would be able to provide you with results that will keep you smiling for many years to come. To learn more about our Addison dentist and team, be sure to visit our About Us Page.

Dentist in AddisonWe hope that you will visit our office soon and become a part of our Atrium Dental Care Family. Please contact us with any questions or if wish to schedule an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you!



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