Dental Care

Scenic Bluffs Dental Department provides patients with the high-quality care and services they deserve. Services include preventative, restorative and urgent care. Scenic Bluffs is one of the few dental providers in the area that accepts Medicaid insurance for dental services. We serve Vernon, Crawford, Monroe and La Crosse counties with priority services going to children. Call today to inquire about how you can become a patient.

Providers

James Sueppel, DDS

Julie Domeyer, DDS

Brent Parker, DMD

Alisha Koxlien, DDS

William Blocki, DDS

Joni Mellem, RDH

Tricia Kramer, RDH

Terri Komay, RDH

Danielle Dale, RDH

 

             

          

Dental Patient Portal:

Your Patient Portal allows you to:

-send and receive messages from the Dental team

-view visit summaries

Department Hours

Monday: 7:30am–6:00pm 

Tuesday: 7:30am–6:00pm 

Wednesday: 7:30-5:00pm

Thursday: 7:30am–6:00pm 

Friday: 7:30am–6:00pm

 

 

School Sealant Program

Scenic Bluffs works with several area public schools to provide free dental sealants and fluoride varnishes to all 2nd and 7th graders in need of these services. Education information is sent home to parents who have the option of enrolling their children in this program for no cost. For more information on the program, contact Colleen Daines- dental department manager at (608)654-5100, extension 525 or email cdaines@scenicbluffs.org

 

 

 

FAQs

What will my insurance cover and how much will my dental work cost?

Every insurance policy is different on how much they will cover; and each patient's dental work is different. However, the billing department at Scenic Bluffs is able to make a price estimation based on what insurance you have and what the dentist believes will need to be done. We are able to make that estimation after your first appointment.

What will happen at my first appointment?

Your first dental appointment is called a comprehensive exam. During this appointment the dental team will gather information about your teeth and mouth by taking x-rays, examining each tooth, evaluating your periodontal (gum) condition, and completing an oral cancer screening. This information is then used to setup the proper cleaning appointment or treatment plan that best fits your needs. The first appointment is not a cleaning, but is essential in giving you the best possible care for your mouth and teeth.