Children's Dentist Services: 7 area locations near Madison, Wisconsin
Children visiting the dentist can be nervous and uncertain. Accordingly, Dental Health Associates of Madison goes to greater lengths than other children’s dentists to make the visit comfortable - and even pleasant! As a family friendly dental clinic, we will work with you to decide whether the parent should be present during the child’s first dental experience.
During the first visits with your child, your dentist will:
- get to know you and your child
- initiate care to prevent or mitigate common pediatric oral diseases and conditions
- provide you with information to prevent dental disease
- begin fluoride treatment for your child as needed
- identify any special risks your child may have for dental problems and begin planning a preventive program for your child
Whether you're new to the area or your child is new to dental services, Dental Health Associates of Madison has you covered.
Our team here is dedicated to helping your child prevent oral injuries and learn healthy oral habits. Your children's dentist will work hard to enhance your child's opportunity for a lifetime free from preventable oral disease.
Madison Children's Dental Office Practitioners:
- Megan Abell, DMD
- David Allen DDS, MS
- Nicholas J. Anders, DDS, MS
- Jacob Bjork, DDS
- Catherine Brumm, DDS
- Nick Christianson, DMD
- Patrick Elliott, DDS
- Rambod Fard, DDS
- Michael Grode, DDS
- Brian Hopp, DDS
- Scott Johnson, DDS
- Kent Killian, DDS
- Nathan Kroll, DDS
- Lindsay Lichtenberg, DDS
- Audra Long, DDS, MS
- Matthew Lorson, DDS
- Ted Lovcik, DDS
- Kelleen McClain, DDS
- Timothy McConville, DDS
- Jessica Melby, DDS
- Amjad Nazzal, DDS, MDS
- Matt Oboikovitz, DMD
- Daniel O'Brien, DDS
- Matthew Roggensack, DDS
- Aldrin Sangalang, DDS
- Stephen Schasker, DDS, MS
- Chad Schwitters, DDS
- Allen Skibba, DDS
- Gregory Sobczak, DDS
- Brian Sweeney, DDS
- Brett Veerman, DDS
Child Dentist Service FAQs
How often should my child see the dentist?
Children, like adults, should visit the dentist every six months.
What is the difference between a pediatric dentist and a dentist for children?
Pediatric dentists are like pediatricians in that their training is formally for young children. A family dentist or a children's dentist is a more informal name letting patients know their practice serves teenagers, younger children and adults.
What about payments and insurance coverage for children?
If you have dental insurance, the 1-800 number on the back of your card is the best place to learn about what your policy will cover. If you have no dental insurance, DHA Madison will transparently alert you to costs before obligation.
DHA of Madison accepts dental insurances including:
- Delta Dental
- GHC – Group Health Cooperative
- Momentum Insurance Plans
- PPIC – Physicians Plus
- and more, just ask!
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