Join the Jackson Family Dentistry team! We’re looking for upbeat and motivated individuals to join our incredible team of Dental Hygienists! If you’re a positive team player with a passion for dentistry, we’d love for you to join us at one of our three awesome locations! Jackson Family Dentistry offers competitive pay and benefits for a truly rewarding career experience.
Teeth grinding (bruxism) affects millions of Americans, and it can cause a lot of issues with your oral health. Not only does bruxism damage your teeth, but it can also lead to jaw problems like temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ/TMD).
At Jackson Family Dental, we pride ourselves on providing high-quality and personalized treatment to create the best experience possible for our patients. If you’re happy with your experience with the Jackson Family Dental team, help us get the word out by telling your family and friends about our Care to Share program!
At Jackson Family Dentistry, our goal is to give every patient the gift of confidence in their smile. The most important part of the equation is to put our patients first. By providing honest dental care, we help foster trust between doctor and patient. No matter the procedure, we’ll always keep you in the loop, taking the time to educate you on the state of your dental health and laying out all the treatment options available to you. Dr. Ben Heffter, Dr. Pako Major, Dr. Eldridge, and the rest of our wonderful team are all committed to providing transparent, high-quality dental care to the communities of Jackson, Hartford, Germantown, Slinger, West Bend, Grafton, and Richfield.
If you’ve recently had dental implant surgery or you’re interested in getting implants at Jackson Family Dentistry, you may be wondering what you should eat during the 1-2 week recovery period. In this blog, we’ll discuss a few foods you should eat, as well as some that you should avoid as you recover.
If you’re getting a crown at Jackson Family Dentistry or any other dental office near Jackson, Hartford, or Germantown, chances are that you’ll need to wear a temporary crown after your tooth has been prepared for your dental crown.
If you want to improve your oral health to ensure your smile stays healthy, Invisalign in Jackson from Dr. Ben Heffter or Dr. Pako Major may be a great investment. If you get Invisalign from the team at Jackson Family Dentistry, you can address a wide variety of different oral health issues. Read on to get more details, and see how Invisalign may be able to improve the overall health of your teeth, gums, and jaw.
At Jackson Family Dentistry, we take your safety seriously. We’re open and serving patients in Jackson, WI, and we’re taking special safety precautions to ensure the safety of you and your family. But we understand that you may not be sure if it’s safe to see the dentist during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this blog, we’ll discuss everything you need to know.
If you want to straighten your smile or correct minor bite alignment issues like an overbite or an underbite in Jackson, Hartford, or Germantown, Invisalign may be a good option for you. But do you need to see an orthodontist to get it? Or can you simply get Invisalign from a dentist like Dr. Ben Heffter or Dr. Pako Major? Find out now!
If you think that you may need to have your wisdom teeth removed in Jackson, Hartford, Germantown, or the surrounding areas, you may not be sure what to expect. So in this blog from Jackson Family Dentistry, we’ll discuss the entire process step-by-step.
Want to get routine dental care in Jackson, WI from Dr. Pako Major at Jackson Family Dentistry? Not sure if it’s safe to come and see our team for a teeth cleaning and oral exam during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak?
If you want to restore your smile and treat stained or yellowed teeth on a budget in Jackson, Hartford or Germantown, you may be considering tooth whitening toothpaste. But how does whitening toothpaste work, and is it really effective?
If you’re considering dental implants in Jackson and would like to learn more about the healing and recovery process, you may be wondering if you’ll experience pain and discomfort after your treatment, and how long it will last. In this guide from Jackson Family Dentistry, we’ll discuss everything you need to know.
If you’re considering dental implants, here’s what you can expect when it comes to a treatment timeline:
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