Phone: (262) 637-2911
Hours: M - 8am-5pm in Lake Geneva; Tuesdays - off; W, Th, F - 8pm-5pm
When people ask me why I became a pediatric dentist, the answer is simple. I like to see children with a big, beautiful smile. I'll always do whatever I can to make your child's dental care gentle and as painless as possible. Because I know that a good experience here will help them maintain proper oral care throughout their life.
Prevention is the key to children's dentistry. That's why my staff and I place a high priority on patient education. I believe kids should know as much about their own dental health as their parents do. My staff and I work hard to keep this high level of communication. We are here to help your kids keep a healthy, happy smile for years to come.
My office staff tries very hard to make sure your child receives advanced dental care that's fun for everyone. When I see a child walk out with a smile due not only to my gentle dental care, but because they had a good time, I know I've done something right. It's this type of personal contact that keeps me practicing
It warms my heart to see a child go from being afraid of the dentist to actually looking forward to their next visit. That's what keeps me practicing.
I am thankful for the solid educational opportunities that allowed me to become a pediatric dentist. My formal education laid the groundwork for my practice, but this foundation is just the beginning in the learning process. My staff and I listen to our patients and their parents and learn from them in order to address and treat their specific needs.
One of the ways I continually fine-tune my knowledge is through membership in national and regional professional organizations. Today, there are more advances in children's dentistry in a year than in an entire decade just a generation ago. If I relied solely on my formal education, I might be unaware of a breakthrough technology or a new procedure that could benefit your child.
Providing dental services to the less fortunate children in my local community is something I enjoy immensely. It gives me a sense of gratitude that I bring back to my office and share with each of my patients every day. I volunteer for Give Kids a Smile, a program which provides free dental care to underserved children. I am also a Health Care Network provider, which provides reduced cost dental care for children of working families.