Mequon dentist
Mequon Town Hall

We offer a wide range of dental services at our practice, including cosmetic treatments, dental implant restoration, and emergency dentistry. If you experience a dental emergency in Mequon, WI, contact Michael Kim DDS immediately so that we can treat you as quickly as possible. Our dentists provide urgent dental care to patients from the city and nearby communities. We look forward to being your partner in dental health.


If you are unsure whether your situation is considered a dental emergency, do not hesitate to contact us anyway. We quickly diagnose and determine the gravity of the problem and treat you according to your emergency needs promptly. Sometimes life happens, and there are just times when dental care is immediately needed. In these times, an emergency dentist is who you need to call.


Directions to Our Practice


If you aren’t familiar with our location in Mequon, we can help using a few notable starting points in town as a reference. For anyone coming to us from the southeast, somewhere like Bayside Middle School, get onto Fairy Chasm Rd heading west, then turn onto Port Washington Rd going north. After the overpass, you’ll need to do a U-turn at the sign for Sierra Ln, and we’re the first building on the right.


If you’re coming from the trampoline park in Brown Deer (hopefully not because of a trampoline-related dental emergency, but if so, we can help), get onto Brown Deer Rd heading east, then take a left onto Range Line Rd. Stay on that until Donges Bay Rd, then turn right. Take another right onto Port Washington Rd. Watch for us on the right. You’ll pass a couple of blocks of forest and underbrush before you reach our building, and there’s a funeral services place on the opposite side of the road.


Fun Fact About Mequon


One of the oldest surviving buildings in Mequon is the Isham Day House, constructed in 1839. Different parts of the old family home have served as a local post office, a harness shop, and a printing shop. It was condemned and purchased by the city in 1989. The plan was to demolish it and build a park on the site, but due to the building’s history, it was instead restored to its original condition by the Mequon Historical Society.


Enjoy Nature Right in Mequon

The Mequon Nature Preserve is a great place to visit if you want to see some beautiful wildlife right in town. It consists of 510 acres of wetlands, prairies, and hardwood forests, reconverted from farmland. Thousands of trees are planted there every year, and it’s a very popular local field trip destination for schools all around. Come walk the trails for free any time of the year! Make sure to check the view from the observation tower before you go.

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