Grinding gravel, sawing logs…if you are a frequent snorer, you know there’s no good way to put it. If your snoring has been affecting your or your family members’ sleep,.. read more
Best Dentists Madison WI
Welcome to Affiliated Dentists, where we’ve been making you proud to smile for nearly 20 years! Having two dentist offices in Madison, WI (East Clinic and West Clinic) with the latest in dental technology allows us to provide a visit that’s more convenient and comfortable! Our Madison dentists offer something for everyone: a pediatric dentist, general and cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and more! Read patient reviews & testimonies, ask a question or schedule an appointment.
Dental Services Provided by Exceptional Madison Dentists
From general dentistry to specialized periodontal procedures we offer a wide array of services tailored to meet your dental needs. As family dentists Madison, we also understand the importance of making children feel as comfortable as possible when they’re in our offices. Positive childhood experiences with the dentist can make a lifetime of strong dental health that much easier to achieve.
- Dental Implants Cosmetic Dentistry
- Cosmetic Family Dentistry
- General Dentistry
- Headache Therapy TMJ
- Invisalign Clear Braces
- Full Arch Reconstruction
- Children’s Pediatric Dentistry
- Periodontal Maintenance
- Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Most Insurances Accepted
Wisconsin State Employees have true freedom of choice with the decoupling of Medical and Dental Plans. Delta Dental is now the only Dental Insurance Plan for State Employees. Affiliated Dentists have a long history with Delta Dental and we are proud to be the Preferred Provider for Delta Dental PPO. We accept most Wisconsin Dental Insurances for our offices in Madison, WI. Our most common insurances being Delta Dental PPO and Delta Dental Premier, CIGNA, GEHA, Humana, Metlife, Principal, United Healthcare (UHC), WEA and Many More …
At Affiliated Dentists, we are doing our part to help protect our community from the spread of COVID-19. As such, we are following recommendations from the American Dental Association on how to help curb spreading.