We want you to be able to locate our office quickly and easily whether you’re local to the area or not! If you’re heading to Jackson Family Dentistry from Germantown, you’ll head north on Park Ave towards W Fond Du Lac.
Then, in .8 miles, take a left at the first cross street onto W Fond Du Lac Ave. Keep driving for 5.8 miles and then you’ll take a right onto Division Rd. In about 2 miles, you’ll take the 3rd exit onto WI-60 Trunk W at the roundabout and our office will be on the right. We can’t wait to welcome you to our office.
To schedule an appointment at Jackson Family Dentistry, contact us at (262) 677-3003 Calls on Click or book online with Dr. Ben Heffter or Dr. Pako Major.
At Jackson Family Dentistry, your comfort is our number one priority, which is why our offices are fully equipped with dental sedation, blankets, and pillows to make sure you feel as cozy as possible. During your appointment, you can expect the implementation of modern technology such as 3D imaging and an iTero Scanner to produce an immediate 3D image of your entire mouth directly onto our screens. This is a lot more efficient than old-school x-rays.
Our sedation options include nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation, IV sedation, and general anesthesia. We offer free sedation consultations so you can find out which sedative would be most suitable for you.
If you’d like to be distracted during your treatment, we have TVs & music that can be played to take your mind off of the dental appointment. You can also find essential oils and a beverage station to keep you feeling relaxed and satiated.
Our office is fully compliant with COVID-19 safety protocols. We take many precautions to keep our space clean, our patients safe, and minimize the risk of contamination. You can find hand sanitizer stations throughout our office and can be assured that we thoroughly disinfect all common areas. You can click here to see the full list of OSHA protocols that we have implemented into our office.
Prevention - Preventative dental treatments enable us to prevent serious oral health problems and allow for early detection of tooth decay and gum disease before they cause serious damage. Dental cleanings and checkups keep your teeth and gums healthy by removing buildups of plaque and tartar and applying a protective fluoride treatment that prevents cavities and strengthens the enamel. Dental sealants can be applied as soon as the first and second molars appear to reduce the risk of cavities on these teeth that have more pits and grooves.
Restorative Dentistry - If you have damaged or missing teeth, we offer several restorative treatments that can repair and replace the structure, appearance, and function of the teeth. From simple procedures such as fillings to more complex procedures such as root canals, we can repair a damaged and decayed tooth to prevent the need for extraction.
If you have already lost a tooth or teeth, we offer dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants to fill in gaps, prevent shifting teeth, and assist with speech and mastication.
Cosmetic Dentistry - Are you dreaming of a whiter, brighter, or more beautiful smile? Patients who are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth due to discoloration, dental trauma, crooked, or chipped teeth can improve the appearance of their smile with cosmetic treatments. We offer whitening treatments, veneers & lumineers, Invisalign, and cosmetic makeovers if multiple treatments are needed to achieve the desired smile.
Emergency Dentistry - We understand that emergencies can happen at any time. That’s why we offer same-day appointments for emergencies so you can be treated as soon as possible. Our number one priority will be to relieve your pain, stop any bleeding, and repair a severely damaged tooth so it doesn’t cut you or become infected. Some examples of emergency treatments include root canals, extractions, deep cleaning, or tooth replacement.