Dr. Rebecca Bosack, DDS and Dr. Joseph Powers, DMD - Orland Park Cosmetic Dentists
Dr. Rebecca Bosack and Dr. Joseph Powers are committed to providing excellence in dentistry, and stand out as leading dentists in Orland Park. The doctors use the latest in dentistry techniques to provide you with a beautiful and healthy smile. Additionally, Dr. Rebecca Bosack and Dr. Joseph Powers believe strongly in education to prevent oral health problems before they occur, and makes sure to keep patients fully informed about their dental health. Read more about Orland Park dentists Dr. Rebecca Bosack and Dr. Joseph Powers below.
Dr. Becky Bosack traces her roots to the community in which she now practices. Growing up in Orland Park, she attended St. Michael School followed by Mother McAuley High School. Becky then went on to Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana where she graduated with a bachelor's degree. She completed her academic education at Marquette University School of Dentistry, graduating in 2009 with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree.
Dr. Joseph Powers joined Bosack Dental in June 2018. Growing up in Orland Park, Joe attended St. Michael School, Orland Jr. High, and then Carl Sandburg High School.
Joe originally attended Illinois State University to become a science teacher. Joe quickly discovered how his passions for education, science, health, and even engineering would
allow him to have a fulfilling career in Dentistry.
While at Illinois State University, Joe graduated Summa Cum Laude and received the Robert G Bone Scholarship – the highest academic award given to graduating seniors.
Joe then continued his education by attending the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Dentistry. While at UIC, Joe served as his class president, helped in running an organization that provided free dental services to the homeless, and tutored younger dental students for the University. Joe graduated with his Doctor of Dental Medicine in May 2018.
Dr. Powers lives in Old Town, Chicago and enjoys biking, exploring the endless coffee shops in Chicago, Improv Theater, and spending time with his friends and family (especially his three nephews).