Why choose Madison Family Dental?
At Madison Family Dental, we’re dentists… but we’re parents, too. We understand how chaotic
it can be to balance work and family obligations. We get how tough it is to find time for yourself.
We know that scheduling — and then dragging your kids — to a dentist appointment probably
isn’t at the top of the list of fun things to do with your family. The new year is a great opportunity
to get off on the right foot with the perfect dentist for your family, so we work hard to make it as
convenient as possible.
We’re proud to have the most convenient hours in the Madison area. We make sure we’re open
at a variety of different times to accommodate your busy schedule! With multiple professional
dentists at each location, you can schedule appointments for your family members at the same
time to make life even easier.
Our DeForest location is open:
Monday & Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 7am – 7pm
Friday: 8am – 4pm
Our Kids Club program rewards patients between the ages of 3 and 12 for maintaining excellent dental health. Every check-up, they will be rewarded with fun goodies for things like not having
cavities, being brave during an appointment, or demonstrating good dental hygiene habits. If kids are cavity free for an entire year, they will be entered to win a yearly drawing for a big prize!
Our Kids Club is designed to make kids excited for the dentist while teaching them how to take
good care of their teeth. Our dentists are skilled in working with children and their gentle,
comforting care is one of the reasons several of our dentists have been hailed as Madison
Magazine’s Top Dentists several years in a row!
To make your life as easy as possible, we file insurance for most dental plans. We are also
proud to now be part of both the Delta Dental PPO and Premier networks to better serve our
We are committed to offering you amazing care, and we are excited to maximize your benefits
and make your overall dental experience even better.
We also have a Dental Membership Plan to help you prioritize your oral health by allowing you
to continue preventative care even if you don’t have dental insurance.