Your child can be seen if they are on BadgerCare or Medical Assistance
Your child can be seen if they are uninsured but qualify for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program at their school
Your child can be seen if they are ages 0-19
Not at this time. Due to the safety of our patients and staff, one parent/guardian can bring the child to the appointment.
Yes. Patients and parents/guardians will be provided a mask to wear while inside the clinic. Patients will wash hands with sanitizer before being seen.
Strict infection control guidelines are always followed by OHP. Standards of the CDC, WDA, ADA, and OSHA guide our clinic operation. OHP will allow extra time for cleaning between appointments.
OHP provides a clean and sanitized wait area. All surfaces, furniture, door handles, bathrooms, reception, and common touch areas are sanitized throughout the day.
Temperatures of employees are taken daily. If employees have COVID-19 symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, body aches or chills they are asked to stay home and seek medical attention. OHP follows the guidelines recommended by the CDC. Dentists and dental assistants wear enhanced protection equipment to keep your child safe.
Your child can be seen at any of our four clinic locations, Monday – Friday, 8a-4p. Call 920.965-0831 for an appointment.
Toothaches are a priority. To schedule call 920-965-0831 early mornings to allow our staff to find an appointment time. If you are unable to reach OHP, please contact urgent care.
OHP requires 24-hours notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Missed appointments due to illness will not count against the patient. If a child misses 3 appointments in 12-months, the child is dismissed from the program for 1 year, unless a letter is written to OHP’s Executive director.