No one should have to struggle to find quality dental care. Your family deserves the best regardless of the type of insurance you have. Our Dental Clinic is well staffed, offers extended hours, and we are here to provide you with the highest quality care you deserve. Wisconsin BadgerCare and Medicaid are welcome here and a sliding fee scale is available. No insurance? No problem
All staff members are highly qualified to provide you and your family the excellent care you deserve!
Northern Health Centers, Inc. is committed to caring for children in our service area by providing a Seal-A-Smile program in an effort to help prevent tooth decay in children through treatment with dental examinations, sealants, fluoride varnish and oral health education. Seal-A-Smile is provided in 29 school districts throughout NHC’s service area involving Langlade, Marinette and Oconto counties. The Seal-A-Smile program cares for students primarily in the second and sixth grades; it began in 2010 and continues to this day reaching 1,002 students a year in the schools participating in the program. One of the most positive effects of the program is the ability to uncover dental issues that have not been addressed and treat them. As a result of this, 29% of the students examined were found to have active dental concerns that were not being treated prior to enrolling in the program.
The American Dental Association recommends a child’s first dental examination within six months of the eruption of the first tooth and no later than the first year of life. The examination will check for tooth decay and any other problems as well as educate the parents on proper brushing techniques for the child. Good home care, a well-balanced diet and regular dental check-ups can help your child’s teeth remain healthy and strong.
You can learn more about Oral Health Care by accessing the American Dental Association's website at MouthHealthy.org by contacting or scheduling and appointment with one of the dental professionals at Northern Health Centers, Inc. To get more information about sealant programs available, contact your county’s health department.