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Meet Dr. Rashid

  • Brittany A. Rashid, DDS
    Owner / Dentist

    Dr. Brittany A. Rashid is a Michigan native. She completed her undergraduate studies at Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in Human Physiology. She then completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the top dental school in the country, the University of Michigan. Upon graduation, Dr. Rashid moved to Chicago where she practiced General Dentistry for five years. 

    In 2020, Dr. Rashid became the owner dentist at Bourbonnais Family Dental where her and her team strive to provide top dental care. Dr. Rashid enjoys treating the whole family. She focuses on comprehensive dental care, patient education, and treating patients with dental anxiety. Dr. Rashid loves spending time treating children and introducing them to preventative dental habits. She is an advocate for patient education and encourages every patient to achieve a healthy smile. 

    Dr. Rashid is an avid learner. She is currently undergoing rigorous training from the Dawson Academy. This focus is on comprehensive dental care and treating patients with TMJ disorders. Dr. Rashid is on track to complete the Dawson Academy Program in 2025 as a Dawson Scholar.  

    Dr. Rashid also underwent training from the American Academy of Facial Esthetic in Botox and Dermal Fillers. She treats patients interested in a youthful appearance as well as patients in need of relaxing tight clenching muscles to alleviate headaches and other muscle pains. 

    Outside of the office, Dr. Rashid enjoys traveling and being by water. She loves exploring Chicago restaurants and eating unique foods. 

    Dr. Rashid is an active member of: American Dental Association, Illinois State Dental Society, Chicago Dental Society, Academy of General Dentistry. 


  • "From the front desk staff, the hygienist, and the dentist, a wonderful experience!! They make you feel at ease and your comfort is their priority. I’m so glad I chose to call them for my dental needs! Highly recommend!"
  • "Such lovely kind people. From Daniella on the phone who gives thorough and transparent details on billing, to the gentle cleaning with Cora, to the great energy of Dr. Rashid, to the attention of Lacey. Great staff, great environment."
  • "Dr. Rashid and her staff are truly phenomenal. Lacey and Daniella welcome you and are always so willing to help with questions you may have. I’ve had multiple positive experiences with Cora as my dental hygienist. Would recommend Bourbonnais Family Dental to anyone in the area."
  • "Everyone from the moment I walked in was friendly and inviting. The front desk acknowledged me right away directed me to the restroom if I needed while I waited. I quickly was checked in and given a tour of the facility. This eased my anxiety and made me very comfortable. During my exam each step and process was explained to me in a way I could understand. I highly recommend this office and the people who work in it. It truly was the most professional and polite place I have been to. I know now I will finally complete the long over due dental work I need, thanks to the amazing customer service and care I received!"
  • "I finally found a dentist I love after YEARS of bad experiences. The support staff, personal attention, and quality of care at Bourbonnais Family Dental are superlative. I went to them on a recommendation from a friend and will be shouting their praises from the rooftops to all my other friends!"

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