John M. Nihill, DDS

Director


“First-class dental care means that I make sure each and every patient receives leading-edge dental care in a comfortable, gentle fashion. I believe everyone should be able to have a beautiful smile with the least amount of discomfort or inconvenience.”

DDS: Loyola University School of Dentistry, Chicago, IL, 1977
Member: American Dental Association, Illinois State Dental Society, Chicago Dental Society, Wheaton Dental Society
Former President: Wheaton Dental Society

When you visit Dental Health of Wheaton, you’ll quickly discover that we’re not your ordinary dental practice. We believe our patients deserve the very best dental care, and it’s precisely this commitment to first-class full-service dentistry that sets us apart.

You can count on our sensitive staff to get to know you so that they can recognize your individual needs. Our appointments run on time and you’ll rarely have to wait for one. You’ll be given a thorough exam and a precision cleaning. You’ll receive gentle care using the latest techniques. We observe the highest sterilization safety standards and use the finest materials and best labs in creating your dental work.

We always take the time to listen to your concerns and to answer your questions in language that’s easy to understand. And our friendly staff will go out of their way to make sure you’re comfortable with your dental care. You can count on warm blankets and nitrous oxide to help you relax during your visit.

Comprehensive, first-class exams

At Dental Health of Wheaton, you’ll receive one of the most thorough dental exams you’ll ever experience.


Gregory S. McBeth, DDS

Partner


"All people are unique, and so are their smiling faces. That's why I treat you with one-on-one, friendly care — the sort of care I want for my own self… for my own family. Simply put, I'll do whatever I can to make your visit more comfortable and to give you a brighter, healthier smile."

DDS: University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO, 1998
Residency: General Practice, U.S. Naval Dental Center, Great Lakes, IL, 1999
BS: Psychology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 1994
Licensure:  State of Illinois 

Always the student

"Dental theory, knowledge and procedures are rapidly expanding. Each month, new research appears and the results of clinical studies are published. To keep current with this information, I attend postgraduate courses on a regular basis."

Advanced Training: Includes hundreds of continuing-education hours in all aspects of dentistry, including crowns, bridges, veneers, cosmetic bonding, implant restorations, teeth whitening, full and partial dentures, tooth-colored fillings, pediatric dentistry, one-visit root canals, and Invisalign.

Learning from his peers

"My dental care doesn't stop when this office closes at the end of each day. I read professional dental journals and attend association meetings to learn about the latest procedures. Additionally, I use a multidisciplinary approach, working with and learning from other dental specialists like orthodontists, oral surgeons, endodontists and periodontists, so that I am better able to serve you, the patient."

Member: American Dental Association, Illinois State Dental Society, Chicago Dental Society, Wheaton Dental Society
Previous President: Wheaton Dental Society
Former Dental Officer: Department Head, USS Camden
Lecturer: Treatment for Luxation/Extrusion Injuries, Chicago Dental Society, March 1999

In his spare time, Dr. McBeth enjoys training for and running in marathons and spending time with his wife, their two sons and two daughters.


Lorelei L. Grise, DDS

Periodontist


 
"I've built my reputation by performing 'down-to-earth' periodontal care with a friendly, compassionate touch."

All in the family

"My uncle is a periodontist, and growing up I always noticed people's smiles and knew that I would grow up to be a dentist, as well. I started assisting my uncle when I was just 13 and kept on working for dentists throughout high school, college and dental school!"

DDS: Loyola University of Chicago Dental School, Chicago, IL, 1993
Periodontics: Loyola University of Chicago Dental School, Chicago, IL, 1993
BS: University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1987
Licensure: State of Illinois and State of Wisconsin

Continuing my education

"I'll never stop learning. As long as there are new advances in periodontal medicine, there are new benefits I can share with my patients."

Board-Eligible: Periodontics 
Advanced Training: Includes hundreds of continuing-education hours in all aspects of periodontics, including surgical connective tissue grafting, bone grafting, guided tissue regeneration, ridge augmentation, surgical extractions and nonsurgical treatments  including scaling, root planing, and chemotherapeutic agents

Contributing to the future of gum care

"I'm grateful for the knowledge my educational background has afforded me, and I always look forward to learning about new and better ways to give my patients healthier smiles."

Member: American Academy of Periodontics, American Dental Association, Illinois Dental Society, Chicago Dental Society

In her spare time, Dr. Grise' likes aerobics, reading a good book and spending time with her husband, and their two daughters.