Dr. Adam R Winckler D.D.S.
Dentist | General Practice950 York Road Suite 100 Hinsdale IL, 60521
Dr. Adam R. Winckler is a General Dentist serving the Hinsdale area for more than 5 years. Dr. Winckler is experienced in Periodontal Maintenance, Dental Sealants and Porcelain Veneers. He is a professional ...
Education and Training
Augustana College in Rock Island, IL B.A. Biology and Pre Dentistry 2002
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry D.D.S. 2006
- General Dentistry
- Tooth Fillings
- Dental Sealants
- Dental Implants
- Tooth Extractions
- Non-surgical Root Canal
- Tmj Disorders
- Cosmetic Treatments
- Porcelain Veneers
- Inlays & Onlays
- Teeth Whitening
- Clear Braces
- Sleep Apnea
- Oral Hygiene
- Child Dentistry
- Prophylaxis (teeth Cleaning)
- Periodontal Maintenance
- Professional Member American Dental Association
- Professional Member Illinois State Dental Society
- Professional Member Chicago Dental Society
- Professional Member Academy of General Dentistry
- Professional Member American Equilibration Society
- Professional Member American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center General Practice
Dr. Adam R Winckler D.D.S.'s Practice location
Hinsdale, IL 60521Get Direction
GENEVA, IL 60134Get Direction
Dr. Adam R Winckler D.D.S.'s reviewsWrite Review
Patient Experience with Dr. Winckler
- T. s.
Excellent care for entire family.
- George h.
Always A Great Experience!.
First class in everything.
- Willie a.
- Linda b.
Wonderful Family Practice.
- Joseph s.
Over all pleasant visit.
- Anthony b.
- Jean r.
Great dentist for TMJ.
- Kimberly c.
Everyone in the office and practice are very friendly and professional..
professional and thorough.
excellent experience, very informative.
- Constance m.
Very good, a personal friend of the dentist he took over for..
- Traci m.
No pain filling.
- Jennifer w.
- Mike k.
very professional and compassionate.
- Shari k.
very friendly professional.
A good experience.
- Gabi g.
Great guy & smile!.
Would recommend to anyone!.
- Emma s.
Very Caring and friendly.
Wow! Finally found a dentist that care's.
- Joan w.
- K. k.
It was great!.
- Heather l.
Friendly staff and educational experience.
- Denise h.
A positive experience.
- Joanmarie l.
Spends time explaining things; concerned with your comfort; best dentist I've ever had in 68 years!.+ Show More
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