Although a growing dental practicing welcoming many patients throughout the Chicagoland area, Westend Dental first started with one doctor and his dream to open a dental practice unlike any other.
Quality Dental Care and Patient-Focused Dentistry
After 10 years of dental experience, Dr. David Fiore was looking for a way to start his own practice that was an alternative to the average patient care most patients felt when visiting their dentist. From this idea, a new dental practice was born and the dream began to take shape as in November 1994 Dr. Fiore took over the vacant space of 1170 W. Armitage that was once West End Music Club. Construction began and finally on June 22, 1995, Dr. Fiore, with his team of three, officially opened the doors of Westend Dental, allowing patients to experience quality, patient-focused dental care for the very first time.
From the beginning, with its patient-focused care and relaxed atmosphere, Westend Dental grew, welcoming more and more patients into its dental family. By 2000, Westend Dental’s patient base had grown so much that help was needed to continue offering exceptional patient care.
Dental Patients are Our #1 Priority
In the spring of 2000, Dr. Fiore met Dr. Matthew Zander. After much discussion on the dental industry and patient care, it was apparent their visions of how a dental practice should run were congruent. On April 1, 2000 Dr. Zander became a partner, and co-owner, of Westend Dental. With the addition of Dr. Zander, Westend Dental continued to grow and add more patients to its dental family.
In the past few years, Westend Dental has had exponential growth welcoming Dr. Weiss to the Westend team as well as expanding its office to house ten operatories instead of its original six. Despite Westend’s achievements, patients still remain the number one priority and the core of why Westend was created.
Although a growing dental practicing housing a team of three doctors, five hygienists and a large staff, Westend Dental first got its claim to fame, not for dentistry, but for drums, guitars & rock music in the 80’s as West End Music Club.