We’d like to introduce you to Wilmette Dental, a long-standing North Shore general dental practice providing exceptional care to children, adults and seniors for more than 35 years at our Fourth and Linden location.   



COVID-19 Office Information - We are Re-Opening June 1.

WD will resume regular dental appointments, including cleanings and exams, on June 1.

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About the practice

Under the direction of Dr. Robert Madrigal, DDS a board-certified general dentist, we offer complete dental services for all ages, including preventive care, cosmetic and implant dentistry.


In case you missed our feature article in the Wilmette Life/Sun Times: 


Family friendly dental practice has been in neighborhood since late ’30s

Treatments We Offer

Wilmette Dental offers services in all areas of general dentistry... from cosmetic bonding and bleaching to bridgework and tooth replacement through implants.


Dr. Robert Madrigal, DDS Smile Gallery

...all pics of gorgeous WD patients!





Keeping our Patients Informed...


What's New at WD?

  • On a Personal Note...
  • Tips for a Photogenic Smile
  • Keeping Your Dog's Teeth healthy
  • Folic Acid - Good Health
  • Skip the Sugary Drinks!
  • Bad News on Kids' Oral Health
  • Kid's Korner
  • Dr. Neuhaus Celebrates 20 years at WD!


Word of Mouth Blog

Wilmette Dental's new Blog

www.huffingtonpost.com From Reader's Digest comes a "prescription" of sleep positions that may help alleviate common health problems.   TMJ For TMJ or other types of jaw pain, it's recommended to keep your cheeks off the pillow by sleeping face up. Sleeping on the side of the face can put pressure on joints or the jaw itself and make the pain worse. SNORING If snoring is a problem, sleeping on your side can help.  Sleeping on your back pushes drainage back into the airways, causing problems with airflow.   Elevating your head with a stack of pillows defeats gravity and helps drainage go down more easily. HEARTBURN For heartburn sufferers, studies have shown that sleeping on the left side helps reduce the burning.  And, put gravity to use.  Keeping your upper body elevated helps the acid go back down more quickly.  For best results, don't just stack pillows, which can affect your abs and put pressure on your stomach.  Instead, use a pillow that tapers down from about eight to ten inches. WRINKLES Worried about wrinkles?  Always sleeping on one side of the face can put pressure on that side, creating wrinkles.  “Often I can tell what side a person sleeps on,” says Zakia Rahman, MD, FAAD, clinical associate professor of dermatology at Stanford University. “I can tell they must be a right- or left-side sleeper because one side of the face tends to age faster than the other.” Sleeping on your back will keep your face from rubbing against the pillow, but if you can’t fall asleep that way, try alternating the side on which side you lie. For more information, contact us at Wilmette Dental.  We can provide expert advice on many of these problems -- and can even suggest some innovative ways of dealing with wrinkles around the mouth.  Happy sleeping.

 Wilmette Dental is proud of its active membership in these organizations.


American Dental Association


Wilmette Chamber of Commerce


Wilmette Dental is proud to provide dental services to families and individuals residing in Wilmette, Evanston, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glenview, Glencoe, Skokie, Northfield, Northbrook and across the greater North Suburban Chicagoland area.

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