Dr. Nathan is a pediatric dentist who is not only an expert in children’s oral health care but also a father to children of his own. Dr. Nathan applies a family atmosphere to his office, where children are treated as an extension of our dental family.
Taking your child to a pediatric dentist is important because we are specially trained in child development, oral health problems, treatments, prevention, child communication styles, and child psychology.
From the moment your child steps into our office, they’ll feel at home in a judgment-free zone. The office is equipped with child-friendly amenities, including a play area, video games, noise-canceling headphones, and TVs in our operatories.
We know children are often nervous when going to the dentist, which is why we take our time to carefully explain things to them at a level they can understand. Dr. Nathan is a compassionate and understanding dentist who will make your child feel comfortable before proceeding with the treatment.
Your child can listen to music during their appointment, sit on your lap, or watch Netflix and Disney+ as a distraction. Contact us at Campfire Pediatric Dentistry today to schedule an appointment.
As a pediatric dental office, we prioritize prevention and early detection over responding to problems once they appear. By routinely performing oral exams, oral cancer screenings, and taking x-rays, we can look for signs of oral health problems before they become worse. This better equips us to reverse them. Regular cleanings, fluoride treatments, the application of dental sealants
Dental anxiety is a common condition that many children have and it’s characterized as experiencing constant fear and stress in anticipation of or when going to the dentist. When it’s severe, it can be classified as a phobia and cause dental avoidance.
Because fear of the dentist is such a large barrier to seeking dental treatment and can form at a young age, we stress the importance of providing a relaxing and calming environment for children. This includes providing dental sedation ranging from mild to unconscious. We offer laughing gas, IV sedation, and general anesthesia.
Your child can be sedated for an invasive procedure or a simple routine cleaning. We want your child to feel relaxed and at ease instead of stressed. This will help improve their relationship with dental care for the rest of their life.
For directions to our office, you can plug our address into your GPS to get live directions: Campfire Pediatric Dentistry 8391 Greenway Blvd Suite 100, Middleton, WI 53562. If you’re heading our way from Madison Proper, head north on N Charter St toward Capitol Ct.
Then, turn left onto University Ave. In .2 miles, keep right to continue on Campus Dr. In 1.2 miles, continue onto University Ave. You’ll pass by Valvoline Instant Oil Change on the right in 2.4 miles. In 3.4 miles, continue straight. In 1.8 miles, turn left onto Deming Way.
In .3 miles, at the traffic circle, continue straight. In 207 ft, continue onto Deming Way for another .3 miles, then turn right. In 125 ft, take another right and you will find our office on the right in 69 ft.