Welcome to Dousman Family Dentistry!
Is there anything more captivating than a happy smile? We don’t think so! At Dousman Family Dentistry, we offer exceptional dental care so your smile is healthy and looks beautiful!
Our modern general dentistry office, located in western Waukesha County, is warm and inviting for patients of all ages with a wide variety of dental needs… from the youngest toddler who needs a first-time cleaning to a retiree who needs his dentures refit.
Dr. Dennis Schaeffer, Dr. Mike Goral and Dr. Richard Whalen, along with our excellent team, provide a wide range of dental service to the community: preventive care, restorative treatments, cosmetic dentistry, children’s dentistry, orthodontics, implants, and denture fabrication and resizing.
Why choose Dousman Family Dentistry?
- Our team really knows you. Seeing the same doctor for all of your dental needs allows us to build a strong relationship with you. Because we care for all areas of your oral health, not just one small part, we have a better understanding of your preferences and concerns.
- Greater convenience for your whole family. Life is busy enough without traveling to different dentists for different family members or types of procedures. We’re happy to take care of all of the dental needs for your entire family, right here.
- Modern care in a warm environment. Our office is designed to be both welcoming and modern. We have equipment and technology that give superior results and are also more comfortable for you, like digital x-rays.
- Friendly, experienced support staff. We’re lucky to have an exceptional dental team that genuinely cares and goes out of its way to put you at ease. From the moment they greet you to helping process insurance claims, everyone at Dousman Family Dentistry is committed to each and every patient.
Would you like to know more about us? Our doctors and our team? We invite you to call us at 262.965.3662 to set up a visit.
Q: Why are my child's permanent teeth discolored and not as white as their baby teeth?
A: There are many reasons why permanent teeth erupt with a different appearance than primary teeth. It can be something quite normal related to remnants of a membrane called Nasmyth's Membrane adhering...