601 State Road 35 | P.O. Box 459 |
          Centuria, Wisconsin 54824

Affordable Dentist For Dresser WI Residents

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Looking For A Dentist? Dentures, Emergency, Teeth Extraction
Can Be Done In A Day

We believe all of our patients deserve smiles that look fabulous and are built on solid foundations. Dr. Vargas, Dr. Kuntz, Dr. Hauge and our team provide preventive, reconstructive, cosmetic, and periodontal treatments. You don’t have to look any further than our Centuria dental office to find thorough, outstanding dental care.

Affordable Dentures – Financing And Insurance

If you have damaged or missing teeth, dentures is an excellent option. We can discuss your options that suit your budget and desires. Your new look with dentures can be done in a day! Leave our office with confidence. Be proud to smile big and enjoy the reactions from family and friends.

Emergency Dentist – Same Day Appointments

Do you have a dental emergency? Did you chip or crack a tooth? Or, you have a toothache that just won’t go away and it’s so painful it’s keeping you up at night? We will do our very best to get you in within 24 hours. We welcome all dental emergencies and will remove the pain you are experiencing so you can get on with your life.


Directions from Dresser

Dresser
Head north on Central Ave N toward E 1st St
223 ft
Turn left onto W 1st St
0.2 mi
Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto WI-35 N
3.1 mi
Turn right toward US-8 E
0.3 mi
Slight right onto US-8 E
2.3 mi
At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit and stay on US-8 E
1.5 mi
Turn left onto WI-35 N
Destination will be on the left
3.6 mi

About Dresser

The Village of Dresser sprang up in the 1880’s around the Soo Line Railroad junction after local farmer Sam Dresser donated land for that purpose. His vision of a farming community served by the railroad was realized soon afterwards as people began to home-stead here. For a spell, it was known as Valley Junction after incorporation papers were filed. A year later, the name was officially changed to Dresser Junction because, as the railroad noted, there was a Valley Junction, S.D. In 1940, the village shortened the name to Dresser.