Dental treatment for children and adults. Income must fall below 200% of Federal Poverty guidelines. Dental care is not free, fees usually do not exceed $25-$35 per visit for uninsured patients. Medicaid coverage is accepted and billed as appropriate.
Pregnant women and children 18 and younger may receive:
- Comprehensive and emergency oral exams
- Cleanings including oral hygiene instruction
- Fluoride treatments and sealants
- Restorative services (fillings), extractions
- Limited endodontics (root canals)
- Prosthetics as appropriate
Adults may receive:
- Emergency care for pain and/or infection, which includes antibiotics and pain relief
- We do not do any cleanings, fillings, or denture work for adults
Patients must bring proof of living in Waukesha County (such as a driver's license, electric bill or -water bill with current address) and photo identification.
Patients must provide proof of income (three recent paycheck stubs and W2 or previous year's tax return) or have a Forward card
Patients must bring medical history information with them, including any medications they are taking.
The clinic will take patients with an emergency dental need as needed. We ask that a patient or referral source call 262-522-7645, ext. 222 to verify a dentist will be available to treat emergency patients and to check in frequently as to the availability of appointments
Main: (262) 522-7645