"We believe the very best dental care begins with caring about people."

Dr. Michele Shely Horton & Dr. Ellena Kontos Vranas

Welcome to Horton & Vranas D.D.S.

“We believe the very best dental care begins with caring about people” and that is why for over 25 years, Dr. Michele Shely Horton and Dr. Ellena Kontos Vranas have been providing families of St. Charles, Campton Hills, Geneva, South Elgin, Batavia, and the entire Fox Valley area with the best that dentistry has to offer.

As St. Charles’ premier family dental practice we combine the latest technologies and techniques in order to provide comprehensive care in a modern, state-of-the-art, comfortable environment with a passion for taking care of you, not just your teeth.

Drs. Horton and Vranas and their team are dedicated to the highest standard of excellence and extraordinary service in order to help you achieve and maintain optimal dental health for a lifetime, restore problem areas, and cosmetically enhance the appearance of your smile. Dr. Horton and Dr. Vranas are both Fellows of the Academy of General Dentistry in St. Charles, IL.

We always welcome new patients of every age and we appreciate the continued confidence shown by our patients who refer family and friends to our office. We encourage you to contact us to learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment.

Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness month. Oral Cancer awareness in the American public is low. Approximately 43,250 people in the U.S. will be newly diagnosed with oral cancer this year. As you are well aware, dentists are often the first line of defense against oral cancer, through the process of early discovery. While smoking and tobacco use are still major risk factors, the fastest growing segment of oral cancer patients is young, healthy, nonsmoking individuals due to the connection to the HPV virus. We cannot stop this virus from spreading; our only hope to save lives is with professional involvement and public awareness. This is your opportunity to get involved and give back to your community in hopes to raise oral cancer awareness and the need for early detection in order to save lives.