Dear Patient,

In an effort to help control the spread of the coronavirus, our office will limit appointments to emergency procedures at this time.
This decision is in accordance with the recommendation released by the American Dental Association (ADA) to postpone all elective procedures until April 6.  
“Concentrating on emergency dental care will allow us to care for our emergency patients and alleviate the burden that dental emergencies would place on hospital emergency departments,” the ADA said in a statement Monday.
Our office will reopen for business as usual on April 6, 2020.
If you have an upcoming hygiene or non-urgent appointment:
We will be in contact with you soon to reschedule and we will notify you when we are fully prepared to resume business as usual for all of our patients.
Our phone lines will remain open for your questions and concerns. If you are experiencing pain or have any dental emergency, please call our office at (608)-837-4880.
If you are scheduled for urgent dental care:
If you are scheduled for a procedure such as a root canal, your appointment will remain unchanged, but we may also contact you to see if you would like to reschedule and have your treatment completed sooner.
At our office, we have always followed standard universal precautions issued by the CDC and ADA to help protect every one of our patients and team members from the many infectious diseases that we are potentially exposed to on a daily basis. For your peace of mind, these are the precautions we take EVERY time you sit in one of our patient chairs:
We wear single-use gloves and masks while treating patients.
We wear full length sleeves and launder all of our work clothing on site.
We place instruments after each use into an autoclave (a high-pressure steam oven) to kill every known infectious organism, including coronavirus.
We wipe down each dental operatory after each patient visit with a medical-grade surface disinfectant that kills all known infectious diseases, including coronavirus.
We either wash our hands thoroughly or apply an alcohol-based compound between each patient.
In addition to the above standard measures, we will be exercising a higher standard of infection-control in our waiting areas, including removing all magazines, toys, and other items that are difficult to disinfect. And while we love and value each of our patients, handshakes and hugs may be replaced with an “elbow bump” for the time being.
While we are doing everything in our power to protect you, we also ask for your cooperation in making our office environment a safe one when you visit us. If you have a cough, fever, or chills, please call our office to discuss whether or not you should reschedule. Also, to practice social distancing and minimize the number of people in our waiting room, please show up no earlier than 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment and come alone if possible.
We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, but our number one priority is keeping our patients, our team, and the public as healthy and safe as possible. We care about each of you and hope that you and your family will remain in good health during this difficult time. 
We continue to closely monitor the situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and will provide updates as they become available.
Dr. Anthony Butchert

Over 40 years of Dentistry in the Chippewa Valley

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3. Take the time to explain

4. Help prioritize solutions

5. Fit within your budget and insurance

6. Schedule within your busy life


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But, I Don’t Have Dental Insurance!

Paying out-of-pocket for routine procedures, like dental cleanings and fillings, can quickly become overwhelming, which can prevent you from receiving desired dental care. It even covers things that regular insurance does not cover like bleaching, veneers, guards, braces, tmj or sleep apnea.

Sign Up Today for Affordable Dental Treatment Dental Benefit Plan

To learn more or to sign up simply call us at 715-552-1000 stop by our office or make an appointment. Please note that even though the dental plan is similar to dental insurance, it is not insurance, but it is affordable.

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You Want Help NOW. Here’s The Answers To The Most Commonly Asked
Questions People Want To Know Before Receiving Dental Care:

Q. How much does it cost?

A. Everyone asks this first.

We can only answer: It Depends. It depends on what your issues are, which requires a proper and complete evaluation.

Once we perform an initial consultation/most complete examination you have ever experienced at a significant discount (only $93, regularly $247 for a $154 savings)…

We will then be able to prepare an immediate diagnosis, and be in a position to provide you a quote on the necessary treatments and procedures that you understand and agree to.

This is the only way we can offer you a professional and ethical fee assessment/treatment plan.

Q. Are your services affordable? Do you offer payments or other financing?

A. Many of our patients’ services are affordable at the time of service.

But, we also see patients who need dental care NOW, but are not able to pay at once. We try to be fair and accommodating to all patients’ medical and financial needs.

The only way we can know for sure what we can do to help you put, is after we have carefully evaluated your dental problems and prepare a customized treatment plan.

Q. When can someone see me? How long does it take?

A. We can normally see you the SAME DAY, CALL NOW AT:


Our Hours:

Monday  9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tuesday  8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 9-1- 1 immediately.

If you are in non-emergency pain, please call the office now, and our amazing staff will get you taken care of! They will get all the details of your problems, and get you the next available appointment!

Q. Do you take dental insurance?

A. YES. We do accept insurance. We work with all insurance and maximize your benefits.

And… We also have a helpful, low cost, Dental Benefit Plan that offers:

  • Affordable payments
  • Discounts off of our normal fees
  • Free preventive exams and x-rays
  • Free cleanings
  • Braces, whitening, and bite guards

When you come in for your initial evaluation, we can review your specific situation, and discuss how this plan could be useful or if it’s not right for you.

We also accept the following credit cards if you prefer:

  • Care Credit
  • VISA

Q. I’m in pain, when can you help me? how can you help?

A. If you are in pain, PLEASE CALL US NOW! 715-552-1000

We have a $25 coupon to reduce the cost of your emergency visit. You can come in same day, and you’ll get a thorough examination/evaluation, and we can tell you exactly:

  • What’s wrong
  • What options should be considered
  • What the costs are, and what options you have for payment

Q. How would a new patient get started with you, what’s your process?

A. Our process for new patients is as follows:

  1. Complete whiter, brighter cleaning
  2. Panoramic x-ray to check for root infections
  3. Cavity detection x-rays
  4. Most complete exam you have ever had
  5. Review of your concerns, situation, and prioritization
  6. Know the costs and fit within your budget
  7. Reserve a treatment time within your lifestyle

Anthony Butchert, DDS

Proud member of: ADA, AADSM, AACP, and AAPM

We invite you to contact our office today for more information and to set up your next appointment with Dr. Anthony Butchert.



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