Office Hours and Appointments
Appointments can be made during our regular business hours*:
Monday - Thursday from 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
*Please note there may be fewer appointment slots available to you due to adhering to distancing recommendations for COVID-19.
Do you wish to make an appointment?
Simply contact us by phone at (262) 377-2170.
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Dental problems don't always occur during normal business hours.
Should you require emergency dental service, please contact the office or, if necessary, Dr. Nial directly at either (262) 377-7074 or (262) 707-1428. Dr. Nial is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Payment arrangements are made with you or the responsible party, regardless of insurance coverage. If needed, a payment plan can be arranged at your first appointment. Please do not hesitate to discuss fees with the doctor and staff.
Many dental procedures are covered under medical and/or dental policies. Some may have benefits for the entire fee, while others may only pay a portion of the total fee. Please read your entire policy to be sure that you are fully aware of any limitations in your coverage.
It is important that you advise us of all dental insurances from which you can recieve benefits so that benefits can be coordinated properly by your insurance company.
Your claim(s) will be sent directly to your insurance carrier within two business days following your appointment.
Preventative care: At least every 6 months
If you take special care of your teeth and they are in good condition, you should come to see us for a checkup at least twice a year or every six months as rule of thumb. If your teeth are predisposed to problems, you should be on the safe side and make an appointment for preventative care regularly.
Our tip: Come in for a consultation and make the next appointment after each visit.
Start 'em early
Proper oral hygiene habits are learned early. As soon as your toddler can manage a toothbrush (24-30 months), supervised brushing instructions can create beneficial habits that last a lifetime. Remember, children under 6 should be supervised at all times as swallowing toothpaste can be harmful.
Dr.Nial recommends a first dentist visit somewhere within the child's third year. Establishing regular visits at a young age has proven to improve the health and stability of adult teeth.